My love of the mountains began when I was was five years old. My dad, an adrenaline junkie, booked a family skiing holiday, because he thought it was something we should try as a family. My mum, a total heights and speed-phobic, wasn’t so keen, but she went along with it.
Yes, I know we are in the middle of a pandemic, but that doesn’t mean EVERYTHING is cancelled! You can still enjoy Halloween at home, you just need to be a bit creative.
A car is an indispensable tool in helping to ease the chaos and stress of family life. With a car, you can drop one child off at football practice, the other at their ballet class, before filling your boot up with the weekly supermarket shop, all in the same journey. Additionally, owning a car could prove to be a huge investment as the 2020 coronavirus pandemic continues, as you and your family avoid relying on inconsistent and often overcrowded public transport. Read on for a guide to finding the best car for your family.
The weather has most certainly turned cooler over the last week. After that initial couple of weeks of glorious September sunshine, it’s feeling a little nippy this week. It is certainly feeling more like Autumn now, that’s for sure!
We are living through a pandemic. We have never done this before. We are learning new things everyday about not only COVID-19, but also about the pattern of pandemics in the past. This is all new, this is not a time for resistance, it is a time for listening and responding and considering others in a way you may have never done before.
Whilst it’s lovely to feel a thick, plush carpet under your feet at home, there are tons of benefits to having a wooden floor. I accept you might not want wooden floors throughout your home but they absolutely have their place.
The Expecting Entrepreneur, by first time author and Mindset Transformation Coach Lauren Malone, will be available to buy from 16th October.
Do you worry that your teenager lacks important life skills? Personally, I think that one of the positives to come out of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdown period, has been a chance to build on a range of life skills with children of all ages.