No one wants to deal with the rollercoaster that is their divorce, but sometimes it’s the least bad outcome for everyone involved. One of the things that people worry about most when they’re going through divorce proceedings is the impact it’ll have on their family and their ability to be a good parent. It’s an… Read More Parenting Through a Divorce: What You Should Know
It’s a genuine tragedy that many older people, even in the developed world, aren’t being cared for the way that they should. People who have worked their entire lives, who should be able to spend their retirement relaxing and enjoying themselves are often left without adequate care or worse. Of course, if there are older… Read More Are Your Elderly Relatives Getting The Help They Need?
Last week me, my mum and kiddies decided to go to Surrey Docks farm, but instead of going the usual way, by taking the bus, we decided to walk along the Thames bank and talked about the history. I have become very interested in history the last few years and didn’t notice all the history… Read More History of Thames walk London
At this time of year, we’re all pretty much looking ahead to the summer. Because it’s wet and cold, and nothing quite beats planning ahead to a summer of fun. Yet, a lot of the time, you might find yourself just thinking about it. Wishing for it. And not really doing much about it.… Read More What Does The Summer Have In Store For Your Teen?
Finding a way to travel with your teenage children can be tricky. They’re much easier to accommodate and keep happy when they’re younger. By the time they’re teenagers, they have different interests, and lots of things that they like to complain about. However, it’s not impossible to find a unique travel experience that your young… Read More Unique Travel Experiences for Young Teens
Well it has been a while since writing a post due to problems with my hosting provider. Thankfully it is all sorted and I have never been more ready to start from where I left off. so I’m just giving everyone a update of what has gone on in my life since July. On the… Read More Blog update
After having my 3rd child, I thought that was it. Alfie was in his final year or nursery and the enthusiasm ran through me, I could finally get a job and make something of myself. My ideal job would be working with animals. London Zoo would have been a dream for me.
It is always a fun and exciting time when your child starts school, but with this comes the dreaded case of unwanted visitors. After a few weeks of my daughter starting nursery she had come home with the little critters having a party on her head.
This is my Nan and she was diagnosed with vascular dementia in 2006 at the age of 66. Vascular dementia is the 2nd most common form of dementia. Its effecting around 150,000 people in the uk. Vascular dementia is caused by the reduce of the blood supply to the brain, due to diseased blood vessels.… Read More My nan and dementia
If there was an award for the most talkative person my son would win it hands down. So I thought it I would be fun to have an interview with him. He actually didn’t want one at first he was to busy playing, his exact words. After 20 minutes he actually gave me the time of day and… Read More An interview with a 5 year old