There’s no golden rule for getting over a breakup, once that love has gone. If there were, then there would be many an unwritten song, and we wouldn’t all have to give our commiserations as soon as we learn that our good friends have decided to call it a day. In fact, breaking up can cause so much stress, it almost feels like our heart is actually breaking a little bit (aw!). I seem to see a lot of people around me going through this, more and more as I get older. And while there might be not a magic bullet, there are tips you can take to make it as smooth as possible. Here are a few to get your started:
If there is one board game to get this Christmas, it’s Disney’s “Guess the film”. We are huge Disney fans, so it is perfect for us. This is THE game for a Disney fan, whether you grab it to play when the family are together on Christmas Day or buy it for someone. I think Jumbo Games have done a fabulous job with this game, it’s lots of fun.
Sometimes I struggle with Christmas present ideas for family, namely because they have everything they want these days. You can buy things so easily and conveniently online that people just grab what they want, when they want it. The idea of something personalised, is not only more thoughtful but it is something that they won’t have already! I jumped for joy when GiftsOnline4U sent me 2 products to review. Here are my top choices of personalised gifts this Christmas:
Buying products which are destined for the garden is never an easy job. You can’t use the normal goods you buy for the inside, as the items outside will have to be much stronger to deal with bad weather and other elements. Along with this, though, you also want your garden goods to be as beautiful as possible. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the best ways to find the balance between good looks and a long lasting nature in the options you choose for your outdoor spaces. With this in mind, it should be ways easier to make some improvements.
One of the biggest juggling acts we have to deal with in life as a woman is having children and work. While it’s certainly possible for women to ‘have it all’ and there are lots of very successful mothers out there, often the practicalities mean that we are forced to choose between the two. Thankfully, these days the internet provides endless opportunities to earn money from home in a flexible way. That means if you’re a mum or have other commitments you can still make a living in a way that works for you and your family. Here are some things to bear in mind if you plan on taking the plunge:
Christmas can be a wonderful time, but for many of us it’s a day that we edge closer to with a mounting sense of dread and sadness. For many of us, the inevitable expense and logistics that come with negotiating a successful family Christmas. For yet more of us, Christmas brings with it a series of emotions related to traumatic experiences that are only exacerbated by the relentless enforced joviality of the season. Those of us who have lost someone around Christmas time or have spent their childhoods with little to look forward to over the festive season can find it extremely difficult to muster the goodwill and enthusiasm that go into every cup of Christmas cheer. It’s an emotional ordeal that would tax anyone but for those of us with children the problem is compounded. Image Credit Kids make Christmas, that much is a self evident truth. Their smiles as they behold the glimmering tree, their excitement as they tear through their gaudily wrapped gifts and their unbridled joy shine brighter than any tinsel or fairy lights devised by human hands. However, there are some of us for whom even this is not enough to undo the pain or […]
It might be winter, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have lots of gardening-based fun with the kids. In fact, winter is a great time to get a few vital jobs done and to work on some garden crafts – just make sure you all wrap up warm! Looking for ideas? Here are a few good ways to have gardening fun with the kids this winter:
There will come a time in the year, most likely after Christmas, where you will want to start thinking about having a clear out at home. We did this last weekend and I asked the children to choose some fabulous toys to take to charity, to help make another child’s Christmas a happy one. You will want to get rid of your old possessions and pieces of furniture, ready to make room for all the new things you received during the festive season. However, when it comes to clearing out your home, you will also want to get the kids involved and get rid of their old toys.
In many ways, having a sleepover is really one of the first rites of passage that your children will ever have. It is an important kind of socialising for many children, and it can be useful for them in terms of gaining and developing friendships. It is also important for you as a parent; events such as the first sleepover are very often tests which seem designed to enable you to begin to let your child go out into the world. In all likelihood, you will be a little worried first time around. That is perfectly natural, but it’s healthy to try and let it happen too. In this post, we are going to look into some of the things to consider if your child is going on their first sleepover.
Christmas is that one time of year where we can all sit back and enjoy ourselves. You may find that you eat one too many pigs in blankets and you may also feel your belt tightening around your waist as the days go by. The problem with Christmas however, is finding what to buy people. Sometimes you may have no idea what to do, and other times you may have an idea but you just can’t seem to find something that is exactly what you’re looking for. If you want to get some gift ideas just in time for Christmas then take a look below.