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A Mum-friendly place to treat ourselves

A Mum-friendly place to treat ourselves

Being a mum is hands down the most beautiful thing in the world, but of course it can get a bit tough sometimes! Although their lovely faces and a mother’s love makes it all worth it, it does not take away the fact that it all can get very exhausting. According to Psychologist Dr. Nava R. Silton, taking a momcation or indulging in self-care is not just be good for your physical, psychological, and socio-emotional health, it will benefit your family members too. You will go back refreshed, a better wife, and a more patient mother. VIEW the POST

A Little Explorers city break at 100 Queen’s Gate London

A Little Explorers city break at 100 Queen’s Gate London

We were asked by the fabulous 100 Queen's Gate hotel in Kensington, London, to try out their new Little Explorers package as a family. Think "hotel stay that's all about the children" and you are close. It was a beautiful hotel and we had a fabulous weekend. If you are looking for a city break with the kids, then you must check out this fabulous family deal at 100 Queen's Gate hotel. VIEW the POST

Make the most of your family trip to amazing Sheffield

You’ve heard of “Staycation”, well new for Summer 2020, I bring you the “Famcation“. The act of stay-cationing with family, somewhere to explore and have adventures. Well, that’s my take on it anyway and that’s exactly what we did up in Sheffield this week at the ibis Budget Sheffield Centre – St Mary’s Gate hotel. Family included the dogs here too, which was amazing. Here’s what we thought of the hotel and some fab family travel tips for your visit.

Three places you need to visit in the UK

Three places you need to visit in the UK

The summer is finally here, and that means your holidays are too! All year you’ve been excited to take your family somewhere new and exciting, where memories can be made, and fun can be had. When planning the big getaway, it can be easy to go for package deal holidays, where the hotels and swimming pools will be chaotic with other families. Why don’t you consider staying on home soil and exploring what the British Isles have to offer instead? Many people might not consider the UK as their holiday destination, but there are so many fantastic places you need to visit, things to do, and people to meet.VIEW the POST

Four reasons why a cruise is the best way to see Europe

Four reasons why a cruise is the best way to see Europe

I have so many adventures planned this year already; with a European break and somewhere a little further afield on the horizon, I have officially caught the wanderlust bug. Recently, whilst thinking of all the places I’d like to visit over the next few years, one style of trip that really appeals to me is a cruise after the fun we had last August. Depending on the package, you have the option to see a selection of cities, and when it comes to seeing more of Europe, I think this is a better way than booking individual trips. We loved doing this when we did our cruise. If you’re not convinced, here are my top reasons why: VIEW the POST