As much as I love our current house if I could change one thing about it, it would be the location, so that we could be nearer to the sea. I know that my husband feels the same, as he grew up near the sea when his family lived in Denmark. We don’t get to go to the seaside as often as i would like, as we are in the Midlands. So when we were staying at Bluestone we made sure to visit the beach at Tenby even though it was the end of November.
The Christmas period can be such a busy time, with lots of shopping to do and all kinds of festive events and activities to enjoy throughout December, and when it comes to the home there are a few areas that will require some key preparation to ensure you’re ready for the big day. Whether you’re having the family round for Christmas day, or you have friends coming to your New Years party, there are always going to be friends and family coming and going throughout the festive period so it’s important that the house is ready for them. As the heart of the home, the kitchen is by far the most important room of the house throughout the Christmas period, and these key tips will help you to prepare the kitchen and achieve a cracking Christmas!
We spend so much time outside these days, with puddles to be stomped in (and snowmen to be made) we also have balance bikes and scooters to be zooming on as well. My daughter loves her balance bike, though she is excited to get a bike with pedals when she is a little bigger. So when I was asked if we would like to try out the Mini Hornet I knew it would be a hit.
There are so many great toys out there right now, and I have had a bit of trouble choosing which ones to get my daughter for her birthday and Christmas. I want toys that last and I want toys that are good value for money too. I always want a range of different toys so she can practice lots of different skills and learn in different ways. But most importantly so she can have lots of fun, and find out what she enjoys doing.
Ok so it’s probably not something we all like to talk about (or think about) but it is a very common problem, which affects millions of Brits each year. Not only can it be embarrassing but it can become a cause of anxiety for suffers too. There is hope though! There are lots of lifestyle changes and treatments available depending on which type of incontinence you are suffering with.