We are big fans of the Harry Potter books and movies and when we were sent the Wow Stuff Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak to try out, we instantly knew it would be on a lot of Christmas lists this year!
We finished our half term break in Devon with a visit to The Big Sheep, an all weather family attraction near Bideford in North Devon. It’s somewhere we had never been before and couldn’t wait to see what it had on offer.
Have you ever sent something to someone living in another country? If so, you’ll know how expensive shipping can be and how you have to make the parcel as light and small as possible to make postage affordable. There’s so much that you can’t send through the postal system now. And most of the time
During our half term in Devon we were invited to spend a day at The Milky Way Adventure Park. The children were so excited and I honestly had no idea what to expect but we were looking forward to a lovely day out in the Devon countryside.
Throughout the year I seem to be on a constant fitness and weight loss journey rollercoaster where I’m on a mission to be as fit and healthy as I can be for our summer holiday and after that I have six months of indulgence before the spiral starts again. Last month Slim and Save got
I love getting new clothes, especially as the seasons change. Over the last year or so I’ve loved updating my wardrobe regularly with affordable fashion pieces from Femme Luxe, somewhere that has clothes for both day and night, evening wear and clothes to relax in during the day.
The children and I love going on adventures during the school holidays and for half term we were invited to stay in a Safari Lodge at Hedley Wood Holiday Park on the Devon Cornwall border. It was well situated for a break away and we couldn’t wait for some time out and relaxation.
All children love personalised books, ones where they feature in the story and get right in on the action. My latest discovery where personalised books are concerned is WatAdventure‘s eco adventure book From the Sewer to the Stars: The Rise of the WatAdventurers.
When we were planning our trip to Mauritius we realised that as we would be outside of the EU we wouldn’t have ‘Roam Like You’re At Home’ data, allowing us to use our phones for the internet when out and about. This meant we couldn’t use Google Maps for sat nav and hiring a local