It’s quite hard to believe that we are only two months off a year from when the UK first went into lockdown and schools and business closed. When the bulk of the UK, or world even started to work from home, whilst simultaneously trying to educate children…almost a year!
Experts have warned that lockdown could lead to children having a skewed perception of gender roles in the home – as almost seven in 10 mums juggle more household chores than ever before. Does this sounds familiar?
Although not many of these have taken place in a while due to COVID and all the restrictions, class reunions are a big and a regular thing for some people.
Although winter may feel like a time to spend as much time as possible cosied up indoors with a hot chocolate, getting outside for regular fresh air is hugely important – especially at a time when most of us are stuck at home. Wrapping up warm and heading into the garden is a great way to fill the time, burn off some energy and help your garden to look its best all at the same time.
In the time of smartphones and social media, the topic of internet addiction among young children and adults has become a raging issue. There are debates and discussions regarding the impact of internet addiction on young minds.
Buying, selling and renting is not always straight forward is it. There is a reason that moving house is considered to be one of the most stressful life events a person can go through…it’s tough, complicated, often unpredictable, and involves some complex decisions and processes.
Many of us grew up without our parents constantly following us with these cameras to document our birthdays and various other family get-togethers. These old home movies are a great way to take a trip down memory lane and remember the past. Unfortunately, over time, these old home movies can deteriorate and make it impossible to enjoy and view them any longer.
You can’t beat a bit of Christmas craft with the children. Towards the end of of term the children always bring back some wonderful creations from school. With school closing early this year due to COVID, I decided we’d bring the Christmas craft into our last week of ‘term’ at home.