How to Afford Organic Food for a Family on a Budget.

I really enjoy honest conversations with people and usually get emails asking me different questions from random to personal things, a lot of the times though, the emails are in relation to house management especially where expenditure/budgets are concerned…. So I decided to write down some thoughts and tips that I hope will be helpful to you and your family. These are some honest thoughts and tips to … Continue reading How to Afford Organic Food for a Family on a Budget.

Tesco Are “Apparently” On A Mission To Tackle Child Obesity

Tesco To Axe Ribena, Capri-Sun And Rubicon In An Attempt To Tackle Child Obesity Yes, apparently they are axing Ribena, Capri-Sun and Rubicon among many, in a bid to tackle childhood obesity. When I came across this article I chuckled and sneered because I couldn’t help but wonder if this is really just an agenda to push their own brand. So to any people who shop … Continue reading Tesco Are “Apparently” On A Mission To Tackle Child Obesity

Ikea recalls 27 million chests, dressers after two toddler deaths

Ikea is recalling about 27 million chests and dressers because they can tip over and crush children if they aren’t anchored to the wall, the retailer and the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Wednesday. Two children died after Ikea’s Malm chests fell on them in 2014. Ikea says it knows of reports of three additional deaths since 1989 from tip-overs involving other models of Ikea … Continue reading Ikea recalls 27 million chests, dressers after two toddler deaths

MOMMY DIARIES TOP 10 TIPS FOR TRAVELLING ABROAD WITH A TODDLER – PART 2

Okay. So I thought I should carry on where I last left off with my top 10 tips for travelling abroad with a toddler. Last time I stopped off at number 5, so lets check out what #Mummydiaries tips 6-10 will be. #Mummydiaries tip 6:Jet Lag can be horrible, therefore always try and schedule your fly time understanding the different time zones. (see more tip … Continue reading MOMMY DIARIES TOP 10 TIPS FOR TRAVELLING ABROAD WITH A TODDLER – PART 2

Gluten Free – King Soba Noodles Review

Due to my gluten intolerance, we avoid gluten at all costs in our house. For a very long time I remember being limited to what I could consume as there wasn’t much on offer in stores for people like myself. Then came these buckwheat noodles and boy have they worked really well for me and my family. The noodles are good either in soups or … Continue reading Gluten Free – King Soba Noodles Review

Get Creative With Your Recycle Bin-Week 1 Jelly

Originally posted on Hey Ali:
It always seems to surprise me the amount of recycling that piles up in our house on a weekly basis. Empty toilet rolls, cereal boxes, milk cartons, egg cartons..the list goes on. We keep a separate recycling bin in the kitchen, hidden away behind the door as it’s normally overflowing. I always set aside anything from the recycling bin that I think we could… Continue reading Get Creative With Your Recycle Bin-Week 1 Jelly

Simple Sticking Activity For An Almost Two Year Old

Originally posted on Hey Ali:
My favourite craft activities for toddlers are always the most simple ones. We are on holidays at the moment so we have limited craft supplies with us here. My little girl is so full of energy and she never stops all day long so I try and do one activity with her most mornings especially when it’s raining as we… Continue reading Simple Sticking Activity For An Almost Two Year Old

Mommy Diaries top 10 Tips for travelling Abroad with a Toddler – Part 1

#Mummydiaries tip 1: The first thing is to make your list of to-do things in advance, organised by subject area and type of activity, but also keep your days flexible (this is especially important because as long as your life involves a toddler, plans can change at any second). Toddler’s are always on the go with limited attention span, boundless energy, and need for naps, … Continue reading Mommy Diaries top 10 Tips for travelling Abroad with a Toddler – Part 1

My Love & Hate relationship with the Terrible Twos

Just a few thoughts, collections and observations I have noted and wanted to share with you all. I was sat here watching Didi play and began reminiscing about that sweet little baby of mine who knew nothing about tantrums and wondering where on earth did she disappear to. I am finding that dealing with the terrible twos is such a task and a half. Didi … Continue reading My Love & Hate relationship with the Terrible Twos

Brussels Travel Review – Part 1

Most of the times when you hear the name Brussels, you automatically tend to associate it with Presidents, Business people and Dignitaries amongst many other important titles; after all, it is Europe’s Capital. I was shocked to find out that only a quarter of the six million people who visit Belgium’s capital each year come for pleasure, and of the many tourists who do visit … Continue reading Brussels Travel Review – Part 1

Exciting Family Summer Plans

Today I was sat here looking at my calendar as I took a pause and starred outside as the sunshine was visible through my window and couldn’t help but feel that; the sunshine is making the summer holidays feel extremely close wouldn’t you agree? In our house, we’re on a total summer countdown – We have quite a few things we would like to accomplish … Continue reading Exciting Family Summer Plans

Ouija Boards for Kids??? I think NOT!!

PLEASE Read and share… So where do i even begin with this one? I came close to choking when I saw this. I am not sure what this world is coming to but, this is not just a game and certainly not harmless fun. No matter how much they or anyone tries to make this “CUTE”, This is very dangerous and certainly initiation at a young … Continue reading Ouija Boards for Kids??? I think NOT!!