A Few things to See and Do in Cornwall

Cornwall is popular all year round with visitors young and old but in the summer people flock to the county to visit its beaches, fishing villages, countryside and much more. It’s somewhere I’ve never been but intend to visit in the future.

If you’re planning a trip to Cornwall chances are you’ve already looked into places to stay, attractions to visit and how you are going to get there. But if you’re stuck for ideas why not consider some of my suggestions below.

Amtico Brings the Edge to Your Home

You may have heard people rage all about Amtico, but it’s important to understand just why people have this love for a luxury vinyl flooring product in particular.

Amtico has become synonymous with luxury wood effect vinyl flooring - and it's not just wood effect that is all the rage as they also cover stone, slate, marble and many other replicated designs for flooring.


Easy Chicken Kebab Fakeaway Recipe

I decided a long time ago that I wasn’t going to make new year’s resolutions as they always ended up broken early in the year, which then left me feeling disappointed and unhappy. This year like many people I decided that 2022 would finally be the year that I focused on losing a little weight and becoming healthier.


How to Whiz Through Home Improvements


Even the simplest-sounding jobs can cause chaos when it comes to home improvements. Taking a logical, structured approach to organising any DIY task will help you get the job done quicker and with a lot less stress.


6 Smart, Safe Trips to Take This Year

Many families take annual vacations to access various physical, mental and emotional benefits. Taking breaks from work and school to travel lowers one’s stress levels, decreasing their risk of heart disease and high blood pressure. Vacationing in foreign locations also exposes children to different cultures and climates, enhancing their education and awareness.

Annual family vacations can additionally improve relationships, enhancing individuals’ connections through unique experiences. The COVID-19 pandemic and the new Omicron variant are limiting the safety of conventional vacations this year. Fortunately, there are six smart ways families can vacation, decreasing their exposure to the virus.


How You Can Help To Improve Your Child’s Swimming Skills

Starting your child in swimming lessons is one of the best ways for them to learn swim techniques, about water safety and also water confidence but their new skills can still be improved upon by you, the parent, in some really simple yet effective ways.


How to Build a Versatile Travel Wardrobe

Do you have travel plans in the works for 2022? Are you anxious to get out there and start exploring? Maybe your travel plans are more about taking it easy and relaxing on a secluded tropical beach. Whatever your version of the holiday is, part of what will make it a huge success is packing the right clothing. You want to be sure you feel comfortable no matter the weather or activity, plus it’s nice to feel stylish and trendy. With all these factors in mind, we’ve got some tips on how you can build a versatile travel wardrobe.


Teaching Your Child To Respect The Environment

With constant talk about the climate crisis it’s more important than ever to teach our children to respect and protect the natural world; they’re part of a future generation that will continue current climate action and perhaps find new ways to preserve the environment for generations to come. You can help foster a positive relationship between your child and the natural world from a young age and nurture it throughout their childhood. To help you, here’s some advice from a private school in Hertfordshire.

Top Tips For Decorating Your Home

The prospect of decorating your home can be daunting and exciting at the same time. The decisions you make can have a big impact on your enjoyment of your home, but it’s equally important to have some fun in the process and let your creative side come out. Read on for some clever decorating tips to help you freshen up your home in a stress-free way.


How To Raise A Compassionate Child

If you want to raise a child who cares about the world and the people in it, it’s important to impart these values from an early age so they grow up to be a kind and caring adult. This includes helping them feel empathy for others going through a challenging situation, and helping them out where they can, as well as being considerate of other people’s feelings. Here an independent school in Surrey explores some things you can do as a parent to ensure you raise a compassionate child.

Helping Your Child Develop Their Social Skills

We all want our children to have lots of friends and social opportunities, but some children struggle more than others with making conversation and maintaining relationships. This can impact on their wellbeing and academic progression, so it’s important as parents that we help our children develop good social skills. Read on for some advice from a reception in Lincoln on how you can support your child socially.