With the lock down we have, like many others, had to forfeit some exciting trips but we are grateful to both have our health and some quality time together! That being said my Crohns disease took a turn a few months ago and I haven't been 100% since. So when I was recently asked to … Continue reading Synerva CBD Oils – Review
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It’s no surprise that in this day and age we have such technology as ‘What 3 Words’, a brand-spanking new way to talk about location. ‘What 3 Words’ has divided the entire globe in 3m squares, and each 3m square has a unique 3-word address that is as accurate as a GPS coordinate. For example … Continue reading What is ‘What 3 Words’?
I have never talked about my faith publicly, partly because I'm not sure how to explain it to others. I have always considered myself a Christian and a member of the Church of England. I grew up with a mix of denominations; my father was a Protestant and my mother a Catholic. I absolutely and … Continue reading Sanctuary of San Romedio, Italy
I recently had the offer to be a tourist in my own home county, and I’m so pleased that I agreed. I’ve said before how easy it is to overlook the place we live in and opt for trips around the world instead. I’m ashamed to say that I only visited Stonehenge a few years … Continue reading 48 Hours In Southampton
Have you ever been anywhere that makes you stop, look around and just take a breath, absorbing everything around you? Standing in the middle of the Piazza Duomo I felt like I was frozen in time whilst I watched everyone else buzzing around me. The sound of the Fountain of Neptune, the smells of tomato … Continue reading Family Fun in Trentino, Italy
Travel itself can always be a little daunting, but doing it solo with your child can almost seem impossible. However, the only thing that people truly worry about is the ‘unknown’ and that’s exactly what we face when we travel somewhere knew or travel as a single parent for the first time. As soon as … Continue reading Travelling As A Single Parent: The Guide
It’s no secret from the title of this article that the weather in the Lake District this half term was less than desirable. We spent 5 nights wild camping in what has to be one of the most beautiful spots in England, a stone’s throw from famous Scafell Pike, we were nestled in amongst the … Continue reading Drenched in The Lake District
For us Southerners I think sometimes it’s easy to forget the quaint underrated towns that lie North of the capital, it’s easy to get waylaid flitting between the Cornish coast and the big smoke. I can’t believe that this was my first visit to this medieval city. The dreaded drive wasn’t even as bad as … Continue reading York: A Cultural Adventure
The Definition – Crohn’s Disease: Crohn’s Disease is a condition that causes inflammation of the digestive system. Inflammation is the body’s reaction to injury or irritation, and can cause Ulcers, redness, swelling and pain. It’s actually named after a doctor who suddenly reported a few cases back in 1932. Crohn’s Disease to me – a big fat pain in … Continue reading Travelling With Crohns Disease
MALAYSIA VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jllTNFIu8Fo&t=3s We bounced our way north of Kuala Lumpur in what is commonly known as a coach but would have been better described as an oversized space hopper. After 3 hours on this contraption and 30 minutes in a taxi we arrived at Kuala Tembeling. Right on the river it’s described as the … Continue reading Malaysian Jungle