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How To Make Fairy Dough

Kids are pretty hard to entertain all the time and so I find I am always looking for something for us to do at home. I wanted to learn how to make a quick and easy play dough for my daughter now that we have more time together and I’m working at home. A scroll through Facebook brought me to …

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New Forest Wildlife Park

We recently visited the New Forest Wildlife Park as a family. It was a fantastic day out and full of lots of animals in well designed, spacious enclosures and a unique way of allowing guests to get up close to the animals whilst letting them roam free. For just under £30 for two adults and 1 child under 13 we …

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Happy Anniversary to Me: Then and Now…2 years later…

I’ve already re blogged my first post on this blog so today, perhaps it’s time to see if much has really changed. In two years I have moved into my flat, and made it a home with my daughter and boyfriend. I’ve changed jobs quite a lot…started in Asda in September 2013 and quickly moved into an office role October …

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Bath Spa – things for families…

So we said goodbye to January in style with a little family trip to Bath, just the three of us and had a lovely time. Bath is a great place for families to visit and as we hand not been before we thought it would make a change to do something a little different. We stayed at the Holiday Inn …

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Video Games and Violence: Who is to blame?

Video Games and Violence: Who is to blame? I think this is a really interesting idea to discuss as it’s something I do feel quite strongly about. In short, no, I don’t think Video Games are to blame for real life violence. I think, whilst the media, film companies and video game producers are how a lot of people become …