Whether you’re setting off from your house or renting a car in a far-flung land, road trips are often the best way of exploring new countries at your own pace, taking in the surroundings from comfortable familiarity and enjoying the non-touristed, authentic destinations en route. It also works out far… View Post

Bio Sculpture invited me to the Mondrian, London last week for an afternoon of pampering and to learn about their technician training opportunities. Bio Sculpture like me is celebrating their 30th birthday this year and were the first to offer gel manicures in the UK; developing their collection over the… View Post

In a week of love hearts and quite frankly some weird looking cuddly toys I prefer to focus on celebrating the friendships that raise you and nurture you 52 weeks of the year. AO agree and challenged both me and Heledd from Running in Lavender to take part in their… View Post

As winter will soon be turning into spring, your garden will start to wake up and come back to life. However, that also means all the little jobs you were going to do over the winter in your garden will become more urgent. Kids love to play in the garden… View Post

We’re often told that our kids need to be more active. We’re given shocking statistics of child obesity rates and the health risks that tomorrow’s adults will face if they don’t amend their lifestyles. As much as we may worry about the health risks our inactive kids may face, it’s… View Post