Menopause and Me

Menopause and Me

I thought I’d start to share my experiences of menopause and me. Not all the time, but every once in a while as symptoms change and I guess as the whole thing ramps up over the coming years.  My best friend and I compare symptoms whenever we get together, its nice… Continue reading »

Foxy Pants – review and giveaway

Foxy Pants

We’ve needed some light entertainment here lately and when we received Foxy Pants from Drumond Park, I knew we could have a bit of fun.  The game is aimed at players aged 4 years and over and can be played with 2-4 players. Foxy Pants comes with a fox, 21… Continue reading »

Bringing books to life with BookTrust Time to Read #TimetoRead

Bringing books to life with BookTrust Time to Read

I’ve been an avid bookworm for as long as I can remember.  I just can’t imagine a world without books playing a dominant role.  It’s a passion that I’ve been trying to pass on to my son since he was a baby.  He’s always been surrounded by books and I’ve… Continue reading »

Down at the Watering Hole – My Sunday Photo 160918

Down at the Watering Hole - My Sunday Photo 160918

Down at the Watering Hole – My Sunday Photo 160918

Project 365 2018 Week 37

Project 365 2018 Week 37

Project 365 2018 Week 37 Days 252 – 258 Sunday 9th September – Day 252 I’m going to be working on a campaign next week which is trying to stimulate children to read. I’ll be talking about a series of books we’ve been reading about steam trains and to tie… Continue reading »

Ways to Keep Your Home Secure

Ways to Keep Your Home Secure

The world is changing fast, often too fast for us to keep up and so, unfortunately, is crime. One old-fashioned criminal activity that’s changed a lot is burglary. We still see burglars as masked men, sneaking through the night bearing swag-bags, but this image needs to be updated, especially if… Continue reading »