The ordinary moments #54

| Diary

Lucas outside with one hand up, mouth open and eyes closed. Wearing a jumper and 5 badge

Last Saturday was Lucas’ birthday. He had asked for a new Xbox remote for his present so he can play 2 player with D. We asked him if he wanted to go anywhere or out for lunch but he wanted to stay in so we bought lots of treats from the shop for the weekend, […] Read more…

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Top 3 family shows venturing up north

| Travel & Days Out, UK

Top 3 family shows venturing up north

  A family day out that your children will never forget, the theatre is a fun-filled and educational experience which captures children’s imaginations and opens their minds in new, innovative ways. While London is bursting with exciting family shows, there is also a variety of family shows visiting Northern cities, such as Liverpool and Manchester, […] Read more…

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Save £100’s on your summer holiday

| Money

Save £100’s on your summer holiday

Booking a holiday on your credit card this year? Did you know that booking a £3,000 holiday using a credit card with a 21.9% APR could cost you more than £600 in interest over two years? Shopping around for credit options before booking your holiday is a savvy way to manage your money. And it […] Read more…

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How to keep on top of your social media

| Lifestyle, Projects

How to keep on top of your social media

  Everyone is on social media these days, from my younger cousins to my Grandma, it’s rare for someone to not be on at least one social media platform. Time has progressed from the days of MySpace and Facebook. People are using Twitter on a daily basis, for socialising, not just for work. As well […] Read more…

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Budgeting Basics for Busy, Active Families

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Budgeting Basics for Busy, Active Families

  You want what’s best for your family and you’re probably ready to make financial changes to secure a more stable future. Unfortunately, many families live from one paycheck to another and if an emergency occurs, this often entails maxing out credit cards or taking out personal loans. Budgeting can be a lot easier than […] Read more…

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Birthday party ideas for children

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Birthday party ideas for children

Planning a birthday party around a main idea can make the organising of the party simpler and enhance the excitement of the event for the birthday child and their guests. There are many choices of themes for party celebrations. Sometimes a child’s interest changes quickly, so find out what is most interesting and ask about […] Read more…

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The ordinary moments #53

| Diary

Lucas stood on a road holding the black bin bag wearing a green stripy coat

Yesterday we spent the morning doing some jobs together around the house. In France, where we live anyway, you don’t have big bins at your house that are collected like in the UK. There are various industrial sized bins in central places like at the end of a hamlet in particularly rural places or in […] Read more…

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Getting Valentines ready with Femme Luxe

| Fashion, Lifestyle

I’m wearing a black Tshirt with white writing on saying Love Yaself. I have black jeans on with grey boots. Fields are behind me

  If you are a regular visitor, you will know that I have previously featured Femme Luxe which you can read here and here. This time, I ordered clothes with Valentines in mind. Whether you are with someone and going out for a romantic date, staying in relaxing at home or you are single and […] Read more…

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