One constant in our lives since the children were born has been driving. They’re used to going on adventures, trips to the shop and going to school sometimes by car too but how would the children feel about learning to drive themselves? When Admiral’s Young Driver got in touch, and asked if LP would like to try driving for herself it was an opportunity not to be missed.
The Young Driver classes let children get behind the wheel. Over elevens get to drive a real car and those aged five to ten get to drive a specially designed electric car – complete with pedals and steering wheel.
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I’ve started off this year trying to get into a new health and fitness regime. It’s a good time to make steps to a healthier lifestyle and to help me on my way I have been using the TomTom Touch fitness tracker.
The TomTom Touch is really nice and streamlined compared to other bulkier activity trackers I’ve used in the past. It also comes in a range of colours and two strap sizes making it perfect for both men and women. I went for the smaller strap and it’s adjustable and really comfortable to wear.
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It’s that time of year when you might be looking for a little extra cash after the big expense of Christmas but also, you may have received Christmas presents that you don’t need and among them gift cards that you don’t think you will ever use. So why not sell them with Zapper?
I have been using Zapper for years to sell our old books, DVDs and computer games but now they have added gift cards to their service, meaning that you can simply swap the dead weight of a gift card you will never use for cash that you can then spend on anything you need – even groceries, rent or utility bills.
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LP absolutely loves Lego and other construction kits. Something clicked about six months ago and since then she has sat happily, following instructions and building Lego kits like there is no tomorrow. So when Brick Box got in touch to see if we would like to try out their subscription box LP couldn’t wait for the delivery to arrive.
Brick Box is a monthly Lego subscription, delivering a box full of Lego treats each month with each box having a specific theme. Our box arrived – delivered by a reputable courier – and contained a Mixels themed Lego.
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As a family we love a subscription box and the latest one we’ve been trying out is Fred’s Box. It is a subscription service that delivers mini figures direct to your door each month. The figures are compatible with Lego and other building bricks and each delivery has a theme to it – ours was Star Wars.
The Fred’s Box delivery has a choice of three sizes containing two, six or ten figures. Our box of ten Star Wars figures is pretty much what childhood dreams are made of – Little Man couldn’t wait to start playing!
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