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Having had such a good experience camping in Cornwall I decided that maybe we could squeeze in another mad outdoor mini break. 1 extra week pregnant (34 weeks by this point) wasn’t going to make any difference was it? Oh how I could be so wrong. We headed to the Brecon Beacons in South Wales, […]

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I decided, by some stretch of the imagination, that it would be a great idea to go camping at 33 weeks pregnant. I don’t mean a nice caravan trip, glamping experience or VW retro vacation – I mean real camping. A teeny, tiny tent, a couple of gas stoves, a dodgy airbed and a 7 […]

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If someone had told me 30 weeks ago I’d be at the top of Snowdon in North Wales, with a baby bump the size of a watermelon clinging onto my partner in blistering winds I’d have probably laughed in their faces! But life has a funny way of throwing surprises your way, so there I […]

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Staying at Bloomfield Campsite was like being dropped out of a plane in the middle of Dorset countryside with nothing around but luscious green vegetation. The surroundings were all beautifully carved out into secret paths giving way to four idyllic, hidden spots. Such spots include a luxury Yurt, private kitchen with covered dining area and […]

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Arriving at Common People this year was worlds away from my previous experiences, two kids in tow, a baby bump on my front and emergency snacks in my backpack – this was the first time I had arrived at a festival before midday. Luckily, what with this being such a family friendly festival, the atmosphere […]

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I am absolutely buzzing for this year’s Common People Festival, with just under 2 weeks to go we are praying for some blue skies and sunshine! This year is going to be hugely different for me, in previous years I’ve partied the night away to Fatboy Slim and Duran Duran, with two drinks in hand, but this year I will be 5 […]

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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 […]

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So often I see and hear friends moaning about how they have kids now and they can’t do anything. I’m starting to wonder whether it’s just an excuse to avoid the small hassels of organising a trip away with children. I always knew that I would have children one day and can’t wait to be […]

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In less than a week I head to the beautiful city of York; according to BING the ‘Most’ beautiful city in the whole of the UK. Having never been I’ve only got my imagination and pictures from endless travel guides to paint some kind of picture of what I am to expect. There’s something I find so […]

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I had the pleasure of testing out some of Herbal Papaya’s delicious products and I am so excited to share it with you all! Herbal Papaya, founded in 2011, is the #1 manufacturer of Papaya Health and Wellness products all aimed at supporting a healthy living and having a positive impact on the world. I was […]

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I’m so excited to be spending my weekend at Southampton’s Common People Festival. Spread across the May bank holiday and for the second year running, Common People takes over Southampton Common and brings with it stars such as Craig David, Jamie Lawson and Duran Duran. The Common is the perfect space to host this non-camping […]

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Landing in Athens was like landing in a movie set or TV series such as Spartacus. The history that steeps the rolling hills can’t hide what this grand city was like all those years ago. Anyone who doesn’t visit the obvious historic sites is a fool, these wonders of the world won’t last forever and […]