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Friday, 23 June 2017

Dog Danger: Keeping Your Dog Safe in the Garden




With summer having arrived – enjoy it while you can! - a lot of us will be spending time in the garden.  It might mean watching the kids play, or doing essential summer gardening jobs, welcoming the grand children with a paddling pool and other fun activities.  And by your side will be your faithful friend or friends – dogs love the garden too but it can present many dangers to them.
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Cwm-Yr-Eglwys Beach, Pembrokeshire, Father's day 2017,



On Father's Day we visited a new (to us) beach in Pembrokeshire, Cwm-Yr-Eglwys (Valley of the Church).  The great thing about living here is that even though we go to new beaches all the time (and keep visiting our old favourites, of course) there is still a vast amount of Pembrokeshire Coastline that we have yet to explore.  We love this challenge!  Here's what we got up to and all the information you need to visit here too:
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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Travel: The Best places to visit on a Yacht Charter in Italy



With a mixture of culture, cuisine, medieval architecture and religious monuments it is far from a surprise that Italy is one of the top three most visited countries in Europe alongside France and Spain. The major cities of Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan and Naples tend to attract the majority of their tourists, while the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the vast number UNESCO Heritage Sites dotted throughout the Mediterranean nation also help bring in people from far and wide. However, as recent data released by yacht charter company Sailogy has shown, almost 40% of UK holidaymakers have stated that they would be interested in yacht charter around Italy there is certainly plenty more to see from off the coasts of this experience filled nation during your summer holidays. We’re highlighting the top spots to visit on your luxury sailboat.


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Style: Five Ways to Wear a Brooch


Did anyone else used to love going through their grandmother's brooch collection as a child?  I did- it was such a treasure chest!  My Nanny had a drawer dedicated to scarves and jewellery that we loved to rifle through trying everything on.  She would pass on pieces to us too, which is why I once went to infants school with a (costume jewellery!) diamond necklace, brooch and tiara much to the amusement of the other children.  As I grew up I loved my earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings, but started wearing them less often as I had my babies (they do love to pull on them, don't they?).  Now they're older I can start enjoying my jewellery collection again.  Brooches are ideal to collect- they're beautiful (take a look at the brooches from Boho), they don't take up much room, can't tangle and can complete an outfit.  How do you wear them, you ask?  Here are five ways to wear a brooch:
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Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Essential Tips for Planning a Family Holiday Abroad



The long, sunny days are already here and with  the school holidays starting soon I thought I would offer some advice for taking your family on holiday abroad. Now, we all know family holidays – especially when small children are involved – can go terribly wrong before you know it and cause us a lot of stress.  Hopefully, the tips in this article will help you plan a trip that is stress-free, as cheap as can be, and one that will be the perfect getaway for you and your family.  

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