Last week of the Easter holidays here this week, so we’ve eased off on the formal work and learning and opted to spend as much time outside as possible.
We’ve collected tons of board games over the years. We always take a couple when we go away, but generally speaking ‘real life’ is so manic that there is rarely any time to just sit down and play a game.
The Coronavirus pandemic has affected us all in a massive way, putting businesses on hold in many different areas and shutting them down entirely in others. The most important thing is staying safe with our families, making sure that we’re doing what we can to social distance and stop the spread of the virus, but what if we want to secure our finances in preparation for the future?
Caring for elderly parents is something that many people take on as their parents’ grow older. Our parents give us so much while we’re growing up, and there comes a time when that ‘debt’ must be repaid. Ensuring your parents have access to suitable care is a priority for many people, but it can be difficult to know where and when to start.
During this difficult time we would like to support people around the UK and encourage them to be responsible and stay at home.
Whilst working from home with four children here is a challenge, there are currently no school runs and no club runs, so there is much less running around than a normal week. This means lounge wear is perfectly reasonable!
National Stationary Week is later this month, beginning on 20th April. A national lock down is actually the ideal time to be celebrating something like this, with everyone looking for activities to keep children busy and learning at the same time.
If you’re thinking of getting a family dog, it’s really important that you put lots of thought into it to make sure that you choose a dog that’s perfect for your family.