At this time of year we all want to be eating out but I always seem to go to the same old places. When I am looking for somewhere new I search for an enticing yet well priced menu (as I usually have the kids in tow). At this time of year it is
I had one of those penny drop moments on Tuesday. On a swelteringly hot day, I was sitting at a talk hosted by Wellbeing of Women. They are a charity that dedicates itsself to funding research that will improve the lives of us, our daughters,
I am going to be honest as my readers wouldn't expect anything less:
Many years ago, the very first time I 'went' to Brent Cross I got so lost that I spent over an hour circling the surrounding roads and ended up on the North Circular, not able to
It has been a while since I have written a review – a combination of a fascinating but challenging new role at work coupled with a busy home life. However my recent visit to Clarette roused me out of my writing slumber and I left itching to share
I am famed for my dreadful cooking.
I don't know why, as my mother cooked for all six of us kids when we were little. I have managed to get through to today without dealing with this 'big black hole' in my education, mainly due to the fact that
I was honoured to be asked to work with Miele as I have used their machines for years. I am not going to pretend to be a domestic goddess, my friends read my blog and would be the first to comment if I suddenly purported to be an expert on washing machines.
I have written about Marbella before, check out my older post if you missed it. We are lucky to come here regularly and I want to share my latest finds.
Starting with exercise, El Rosario Pilates is the best place I have tried in Marbella,