If you’re planning a trip to Europe soon, you need to put Krakow at the very top of your list. Not only is is an up and coming hotspot for tourists, but it’s also one of the most beautiful and welcoming cities in the world. Even though Krakow is large, you can still feel a sense of warmth and community there, which is perfect if you’re looking for a family holiday location. Bursting with charm and culture, there are so many different sights to explore during your visit to Krakow. Here is a little more information on what you need to know and what you will definitely want to see! Read more
Ever since the news broke of Caroline Flack’s suicide yesterday, I’ve been feeling sombre, and more emotional than I have been the last few days.Only more than the last few days because – I started the week off emotionally exhausted after feeling really low and persistently crying. And then it was like a switch flipped and I was feeling marginally better again.
That’s the thing with mental health issues – sometimes you can’t see when that switch will go, other times it’s a slow burn. Read more
If there is one thing on my new year “must purchase” list it’s a family calendar. Because we’re a family of four I find it visually easier to have one column for each family member rather than trying to squeeze everything in the same square with different names! There are the boys school activities, all of the appointments I attend surrounding Jacob especially, and because The Husband sometimes doesn’t have the same day off each week, it’s easier to keep track. So, I was super happy when the Boxclever Press Family Planner Calendar dropped on my doormat. (Well it didn’t actually because it’s too big for the letterbox, but that sounded better. And I don’t have a doormat).
Living out in the sticks means that life moves a little slower, but the benefits of country living are endless for both your physical and your mental health. If you’re considering moving out into the country, but you’re not sure, then take a look at this list of 6 reasons why the country might be for you. Read more
The festive season is the time to really splurge on food & drink with no regrets. The time that we always make time for spending with friends and family when we’re not able to throughout the rest of the year.