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Healing Words – How Expressive Writing can help you

Healing Words – How Expressive Writing can help you

If you know me, you know that being able to write about my journey into my new life with MS is helping me hugely. It’s the reason why I keep this blog going. Because even when I haven’t written anything for a while, as soon […]

The Half Moon Pub, Kirdford

The Half Moon Pub, Kirdford

Last week, to blow away the January blues, I was invited to the Half Moon Pub in Kirdford, near Billingshurst. January seems to just go on for ages (are we still not done with it??) so a date night was just perfect. Although it was […]

30DaysWild: Wildlife Watch with Sussex Wildlife Trust

30DaysWild: Wildlife Watch with Sussex Wildlife Trust

When we moved out-of-town a couple of years ago, before Noodle started school, we discovered Woodsmill: the HQ of Sussex Wildlife Trust and a stunning nature reserve with lovely woodland, a big lake, a perfect stream, big sumptuous meadows and the incredible wildlife that comes […]

Total Chill-out Weekend at Sumners Ponds, West Sussex

Total Chill-out Weekend at Sumners Ponds, West Sussex

Last weekend we got away from it all. Roo had been working away on freelance contracts in Bristol for a few weeks and we felt we needed to have a proper family catch-up. Just us three, a couple of fishing lakes, a good book for […]

Our visit to Port Lympne Wild Animal Park

Our visit to Port Lympne Wild Animal Park

A couple of weekends ago we decided to cease a gorgeous September day and go to a Zoo. Roo has family near Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and it’s not too far away from us anyway. So we combined a trip to the zoo with visiting his […]

Take back the kitchen campaign

Take back the kitchen campaign

Recently I was contacted by Wren Kitchens as part of their campaign to get families back into the kitchen together. As part of this ‘Take back the kitchen’ campaign they conducted a study on 2,000 parents with children aged 0-16. The study showed that nearly 3 […]



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