If you’re the sort who likes to celebrate every occasion with a high calorie pudding option, this baked cheesecake might be a goodie for Mothers’ Day.
A good book can do a frazzled mind a lot of good, I find. Here are some non-taxing reads for those times you need some easy distraction.
Working on the premise that anything containing oats MUST do you an awful lot of good, here is a recipe for lemon flapjacks that is so easy they could be on the cooling rack within half an hour. Bon appetit!
I’ve just turned 40 and am not finding that my cosmetic usage is showing any signs of slowing down. Imagine.
Here are some of the products I’ve been using recently that won’t break the bank but are particularly pleasing in their own little way.
These Black Forest cupcakes went down a treat at my party recently and were easy to make – here’s the recipe if you fancy giving them a whirl.
Learning spellings can be a drag. Here are a few ways that might help.
With my big girl turning ten this week, I’ve thought about some of the things it might have been useful to know a decade ago, in the hope it might be useful to a newer mum.
Life’s hectic – here’s an oven baked risotto recipe to help.
Being rather wimpy, I’m a big fan of outerwear and decided that there are 5 sorts that deserve a place in every mum’s wardrobe. In honour of the recent cold snap, here I am sharing some fabulous faux fur finery – and fun facts. Have a read and let me know what you think!
Brilliant books do brilliant things for little people. Here are some good choices for your 7-9 year olds.
I realised, last weekend, that I have thrown 15 children’s parties, making me experienced, if far from expert. Since it’s a proposition that seems to throw a number of my friends into the pits of despair, I have written a post with some different types of celebrations that have been tried and tested.
The venues and services listed are local to me, in Cheshire and thereabouts, but there will be equivalents, whereever you are.
Some recommendations for brilliant chapter book reads for Key Stage 2 children to entertain your little treasures and make them cleverer than ever.
As the summer holidays wind up, here are a few thoughts about the return to school from a teacherly perspective.
I’ve always been a bookworm – you might say ‘spoddy’. In recognition of this, one of my dearest friends put in a request – rather like at a school disco – but for a blogpost about some good books to read over the summer, rather than for a second spin of Gangnam Style. I really…
This is just going to be a quick post – but after struggling to find much information about The Clowance Estate before our holiday there last week, it struck me that a review might be of use to other holidaymakers. (Just to be clear, we paid in full for our holiday and I have received…
I really must stress, like so much of what I write on this blog, all advice offered in this post is entirely unsolicited. Nobody has ever approached me in the street, asking for tips on how to create this type of physique, and I rather think that if it hasn’t happened yet, it’s not going…