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3 Simple Ways To Protect Your Family Dynamic

If you’ve recently experienced the joy of welcoming your first little bundle of joy, you may be thinking that your life is complete. The family that you’ve always dreamed of is now a reality, and you feel an overwhelming sense of unconditional love towards your firstborn and your partner. You would do everything within your power to protect your family dynamic.



With one or two more little cherubs in the future, you may find that you have achieved your goal of a family, a home and contentment. Fast forward ten or fifteen years, and you may have rebellious adolescents, ageing relatives and all sorts of external factors threatening your family dynamic.

Mysteries That Still Leave the World in Wonder.

Each and every one of us has some level of curiosity about ourselves – it’s natural, it is part of what makes us human. It is that curiosity that leaves us pondering some of the world’s greatest mysteries that, in all likelihood, we will never have a definitive answer for.


From unsolved crimes to government cover-up conspiracy theories, there are hundreds and thousands of cases that remain open. While, of course, not all mysteries are suitable for a youngster to delve into, that doesn’t mean that we can’t at least feed their curiosity by introducing some of history’s most notable anonymities if they hear about them from their peers.

Restyling and Revamping Your Home Could Never Be More Easier!

Renovating your home can be one of the most stressful and expensive periods of adulthood, whether it’s building an extension or just updating the fixtures and features of your home. Along with it being a stressful and financial heavy time, it can also be time costly, well unless you’re a millionaire, but if you’re not, then the chances are these things are going to take a rather long time as well as it being stressful and costly. 


With this day and age though, we’re fortunate enough to have a company around for basically anything and everything, a point proven to myself the other day when I fancied warm, fresh out of the oven, homemade brownies, sadly I  just didn’t have the time to bake. However, my tummy was soon satisfied when a quick search online introduced me to a local baker, living just two miles away from me. After a quick telephone call, my brownies were ready to be collected still warm only an hour later. 

Five Relaxing Weekend Break Ideas For The Capital.

London, what goes through your head when you hear, see or say the word London? To me its chaos - lots of people, black cabs, buses and trains, people, crowds of people everywhere, it's rushing, it's shopping, it's fast, it's loud, its even another world and that's coming from someone who lives only 30 minutes away from London via a fast train from Paddington. 


However, what if I told you London can be relaxing, as relaxing as can be? Would you believe me? Well, I most probably wouldn't have believed you either if you were writing this post, however back in April, as part of my birthday celebrations, I spent a weekend in the capital relaxing - yes relaxing, and I'd do it all over again every week given the opportunity! I thought I'd put my tips into a post to show you how you can have a relaxing weekend in the capital.

My Favourite Road Trip - #RoadTripsOfEurope

Passing my driving test last July was without a doubt one of the best things I've done, I didn't realise at the time how much more freedom it would give me and Spud, and even the dog benefits too, considering he gets driven to luxury parks to walk or should I say sprint around. From going food shopping without worrying about carrying heavy bags, to driving down the road in the pouring rain, it's been a saviour and something I'm so glad to of achieved. 


It's also been a pleasure when we've planned family holidays, there is no more squishing an adult in between car seats, and packing the bare minimum because you're travelling in someone else's car with their belongings too. Now our holidays and short breaks are a doodle, just the two or three of us in the car, with plenty of space and empty laps - whereas before our laps would no doubt be a holding ground for a bag or two, and let's not mention the space by our feet!