Active Family Checklist

Getting out and about is great isn’t it? And we’ve all done it. We all leave the house without a worry in the world to find later that we’ve forgotten this and forgotten that and…. DOH! – forgotten that too. […]

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1 April 2015

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Top 10 things to do at Easter

It depends on whether you follow the astronomical or meteorological seasonal calendar as to when you believe spring begins (click here for more information). According to the astronomical timetable it was March 20 this year, while for the meteorologists it […]

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1 April 2015

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The Doggy Life

Entering ‘dog-hood’ early in my 20’s seemed like a fantastic idea, I loved dogs, I had a family dog and mentally, I was ready to own my dog. I couldn’t have been less prepared for the coming months of ‘dog-hood’. […]

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19 March 2015

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ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK

Orange is tipped to be on of the hottest shades this Spring and incorporating it into your wardrobe has never been easier. Just because nothing in the dictionary rhymes with orange, doesn’t mean it’s a one-shade-fits-all colour – pick from […]

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17 March 2015

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Top 10 Easter Camping Spots

Camping is growing in popularity thanks to cheaper and easier-to-use camping equipment. Many families also like the idea of a budget-friendly holiday that includes spending quality time outdoors together. Here are 10 great camping spots for families during the Easter […]

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9 March 2015

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Mini Me Mother’s Day Style

Are you and your little one the next Victoria and Harper? Kim and Nori? Or how about Katie and Suri? Styling your little one just like you can be cute or cringe, getting it right isn’t hard, there a just […]

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27 February 2015

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Taking on Kilimanjaro…Part 2

The Summit The days before this meant nothing, if I didn’t make it up the mountain it had all been in vain. Failure was not an option. The alarm went off at 11.15pm then a quick breakfast before setting off […]

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24 February 2015

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A Fairy Tale Trail

Imagine a typical family walk. Mum or Dad lead the way, surprised they can still remember how to read a map – it’s been years. At the same time, the little ones dawdle along, distracted by a sheep here and […]

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18 February 2015

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Taking on Kilimanjaro…Part 1

The Planning Planning a trip to climb Kilimanjaro isn’t like booking an all-inclusive holiday; it takes weeks of preparation (this isn’t a whinge, purely an insight for anyone hoping to reach The Top of Africa). It’s quite a lengthy list: […]

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16 February 2015

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