I wrote recently about finding some great educational resources on the Twinkl website. I’m really pleased that, despite not following the National Curriculum, there are so many resources that are useful to us as a home educating family. I found the site when I was desperately searching for resources to[…]

Last week’s What Am I? was an easy one, I think. It was a Phillips head screwdriver, and the first right answer came from Ai Sakura from Sakura Hakura, with Cathi from Simple Sojourns being the first to name it as a Phillips screwdriver specifically. Leave your guesses[…]

Where do you write? I’ve been asked quite a few times how I fit in blogging every day with parenting and home educating three children, running a small business and a household. Where does the time come from? And, from those who’ve seen my tiny house – where do[…]

I spent yesterday in Summertown, Oxford at the Barefoot Books studio, taking part in an Ambassador workshop. I was there to connect with team members, get inspired, and share some wisdom of my own. It was great and now I’m fired up! So, I’ve got a great deal[…]

Excuse me a moment, I’ve just going to suit up, because I’m aware that I’m about to enter a minefield. Child discipline. Enough of a minefield on its own, but I’m not even talking about disciplining your own child. I’m talking about disciplining someone else’s child. Oh, the horror![…]

Udi’s Gluten Free asked me to try some of their products. What did I think? The Blueberry muffins were to die for. Soft, moist, with lots of fruit which had not sunk to the bottom!