Books

Book Review: The Library Of Lost And Found By Phaedra Patrick

The last few months have been pretty manic which unfortunately has meant I'm a little behind on my reading - something I'm trying to remedy as we speak. A book that has been patiently waiting on my TBR trolley is The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick which the lovely folks at HQ… Continue reading Book Review: The Library Of Lost And Found By Phaedra Patrick

Kids · Parenting

Blanket Fort Building With Time4Sleep

Regardless of your age there's nothing better than creating a special cosy space in which  to hide away from the world for a while, Be it a den built from sofa cushions, a fort built using foraged branches or a ready made pop up tent, creating a fort and personalising the space is an activity… Continue reading Blanket Fort Building With Time4Sleep

Parenting

How To Help Your Child Make New Friends

AD | The fear of not knowing anyone when they first start school or making new friends can be an emotional experience for both children and their parents.  Here are a few tips from Wetherby-Pembridge School on how you can help your child to successfully develop their social skills and form happy friendships… Talking to… Continue reading How To Help Your Child Make New Friends

Blogging

Meet The Blogger: Hayley From Wldxhrt

Happy Thursday everyone and welcome back to another instalment of my ever popular Blog Series; Meet The Blogger. Designed especially to help you discover new blogs to follow I interview a different blogger each week and today I'm sharing my chat with Hayley from Wldxhrt. I hope you enjoy learning more about her blog as… Continue reading Meet The Blogger: Hayley From Wldxhrt

Parenting

How To Help Your Child Make The Most Of Their Education

AD | By taking an interest in school and class work, parents can help their children to make the most of their education and enhance their abilities. It is important to show that you care about your child’s school life and encourage a love of learning at home. The more supported a child feels at… Continue reading How To Help Your Child Make The Most Of Their Education

Books

Book Review: The Children Of Lir By Marion Grace Woolley

I'm thrilled to be hosting the Blog Tour for newly released novel The Children of Lir by Marion Grace Woolley and today it's finally my turn to share my own thoughts! Check out all the must-know info about this new release along with my full review below - enjoy! About The Book A curse that… Continue reading Book Review: The Children Of Lir By Marion Grace Woolley

Kids · Parenting

Parenting: Should My Child Learn An Instrument?

AD | Lots of parents are torn when it comes to their kids having music lessons. While we all love the idea of having a child prodigy – the next Beethoven - it’s often more expensive than we first expected and doesn’t always come naturally to every child. For those of you who are on… Continue reading Parenting: Should My Child Learn An Instrument?

Blogging

Meet The Blogger: Dennis From Psychreg

Welcome back to another instalment of my Meet The Blogger series. designed especially to help you discover new blogs to read and enjoy! This week I'm chatting to Dennis who is a long-term seasoned blogger, about his site Psychreg. Check out his interview and be sure to head over to take a look at his… Continue reading Meet The Blogger: Dennis From Psychreg

Books

Blog Tour: The Children of Lir By Marion Grace Woolley

I'm thrilled to be able to present to you a brand new Publication Blog Tour starting tomorrow for Marion Grace Woolley's  novel The Children of Lir. This post gives you all the must-know details about tomorrows new release as well as all the links to the stops on the tour. I hope you will follow… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Children of Lir By Marion Grace Woolley

Books

Guest Post- Exploring Wonderland: Why is Reading in Childhood Important?

Lewis Carroll is a household name, famous for his children’s novels. Most famously, Alice in Wonderland is a hallmark of many people’s childhood, a nostalgic momentum to our pasts. You can name him to almost anyone and most people will recognise him. If you read as a child, it’s likely you still read now, as an… Continue reading Guest Post- Exploring Wonderland: Why is Reading in Childhood Important?