Half term beckoned and discussions over where to go were underway. I fancied a few days in Paris; my husband was keen on exploring Amsterdam and our son wanted to be by a pool (with no sightseeing!) No prizes for guessing who won!
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 hate skiing but my husband loves it, as do my kids now! We have been going to a resort in Italy for years but this half term we decided to try somewhere new. It was a tip from my friend Tanya who is one of those people who has always been kind enough
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.