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My Top Home-Learning Resources [AD]

When the schools closed this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, my immediate worry – after working out how we’re going to manage schooling and work – was how, as people who are aren’t qualified teachers (!) or that hot on phonics, we were going to continue T’s learning. By the time the schools closed,

A Night Out at the Drive In: Secret Cinema at Goodwood Racetrack [AD – Press Trip]

Before T was even born, Sharon and I were big movie buffs. We had cinema passes, which allowed us to see even the rubbish films, and our Friday, Saturday, and maybe even Wednesday nights were generally occupied by sneaking in supermarket-bought snacks and enjoying a movie or two. Fast forward to parenthood, and nothing has

The Smart Cube by Wickey [AD – Review]

We live in a small terraced house. It’s a lovely little house, however what it offers in space inside, it’s not so generous when it comes to green space. We have a small raised lawn and A LOT of concrete. It’s not ideal for a growing child who likes to run around at 100 miles

The History of Gay Marriage: from the Ancients to Gen Z! [AD]

*This is a Collaborative Post Gay marriage has only just become a lawful enterprise, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t always around. For the history of gay marriage, you came to the right place. Despite the recent history of the LGBTQ+ community being one of prejudice and discrimination, things weren’t always like this. Our current

The Importance of Playing Outside [AD]

This is a collaborative post with Fatmoose Climbing Frames It goes without saying that playing outside is an important part of childhood development. It encourages children to explore and remain curious, and it offers opportunities to experience new things such as different smells and textures. Not only that, but an hour outside – even if

My Top 4 Blogging Tips & Tools That Help Me Blog as a Hobby

*This is a Collaborative Post. If you didn’t know already, blogging is a hobby and is not my main source of income. It’s not my “main” job and I don’t rely on it to pay the bills or put food on the table. With this, it means I have the luxury of being able to