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how i’m continuing my child’s education during school closures

we all sort of knew it was coming but we weren’t sure when. we are now realistically facing school closures for the forseeable future. my daughter might not be going back to school now until september, when she starts year 5. thankfully being in year 4 her education can be pretty flexible. however i am not planning on home education …

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my real fears about COVID-19

i don’t know what to believe anymore. i don’t trust our prime minister and i don’t think he cares at all about public health when so many other countries are taking harsher measures to enforce this. it seems like they’re going down the route of herd immunity which means around 60% of the population need to catch and recover from …

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illumicrate ‘sparks fly’ unboxing

opening up the illumicrate sparks fly february box and the items have been worth the slightly delayed wait. i am thrilled with the contents and have an unboxing video below. if you want to sign up to illumicrate you might find my first unboxing blog post helpful as it’s full of all the info you need. what’s inside the illumicrate …

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Book Review: house of earth and blood

house of earth and blood is the first in a new book series, crescent city, by sarah j maas aimed at more adult audiences than her previous ya fiction work. the book was published and released on march 3rd 2020. i received it late in that evening and finished the book yesterday. it’s just over 795 pages long so it’s …

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fairyloot ‘rulebreakers’ unboxing

the fairyloot february box followed the theme of rulebreakers. you can watch my unboxing video below. if you’re interested in subscribing to fairyloot you can read more information about how much it costs etc in my first unboxing blog post. i am loving my collection of bookish merchandise and exclusive editions! what’s inside the fairyloot rulebreakers box serpent and dove …