Could You Live In A Hotel?

Sat looking at the destruction my new juicing obsession had created in my kitchen I began to wonder what life would be like with staff. Would I be able to embrace the whole upstairs/downstairs way, relaxing over breakfast as I contemplated my day ahead, or would the whole concept of being waited on be uncomfortably weird? I’m not really sure […]

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Exploring Kos By Car In A Day

Exploring Kos by car is the easiest way to ensure you see all this that small, yet perfectly formed, island has to offer. At only 26 miles long exploring Kos by car can be a one day affair. Taking just 50 minutes to drive  from east to west and 20 minutes to travel north to south you […]

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Summer 2015 Bucket List

Summer 2015 Bucket List

We worked out this morning there were only 12 days of school left this year, how the summer holidays have arrive so quickly I’ll never know, it feels only yesterday we were buying new lunch boxes and retrieving ties from the back of the wardrobe. Yet here we are, on the cusp of six blissful […]

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Nickelodeon Land Blackpool – Best Bits

Nickelodeon Land Blackpool – Best Bits

During our visit to the Lake District we took a day trip to the world famous Blackpool Pleasure Beach to find out what Nickelodeon Land Blackpool was all about! Set within the six acre site of Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Nickelodeon Land Blackpool is jam packed with fab rides for all the family. Spacious, so as not to overwhelm the little ones, but small […]

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A Taste Of Greece: Feta Saganaki Recipe

Feta Saganaki Recipe

Whenever I come home from holiday there is always one dish from my time away I miss the most. From our recent trip to Kos it has certainly been the Feta Saganaki I had up in the mountains in Zia. Saganaki isn’t usually made with Feta, normally a cheese called Kefalotyri is used, however once I had […]

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I Want To Be A Writer, But I’m Just A Girl Who Writes.

I Want To Be A Writer

I want to be a writer. I want my zest for life to jump off the page and grab people’s attention.  I want my words to inspire others. But I’m not a writer, I’m just a girl who writes. I am constantly comparing my words to those of others. Why can’t I be as descriptive […]

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Things To Do Near Lake Windermere

Things To Do Near Lake Windermere

One of the trips on my ‘Things To Do Near Lake Windermere’ list from day one was a ride on the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Steam Railway. Departing from Haverthwaite station we took the train to Lakeside, the most southern tip of Lake Windermere, for a visit to The Lakes Aquarium. The train, costing only £18 for a family, was […]

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Sisters: June 2015

Sisters: June 2015

These little ladies that share my heart are growing up so ridiculously fast. In a blink of an eye I’ve gone from having a newborn and toddler to a young lady about to end her second year of school and a little girl heading into her last year of nursery. I have just one more until both my children are […]

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The Science Museum London – Exhibition Top Picks

The Science Museum London – Exhibition Top Picks

It’s hard to ‘do’ all of the Science Museum London in one day, in fact one of my top tops for visiting the Science Museum London is to look at the map online before your visit and pick three/four areas to concentrate on each time to help fully appreciate the wealth of knowledge and artefacts each exhibition […]

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Booking My First Triathlon: Is This A Midlife Crisis?

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There has been a lot of discussion at Wanderlust HQ this week over what age is ‘middle age’ as I’m pretty convinced I’m in the early throes of a mid-life crisis! After rejoining the canoe club, taking up golf lessons and booking an American road trip for 2016 all the signs are there – Is This […]

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