5 reasons I would return to Florida in a heartbeat

This time last year the U.S.A. was somewhere I’d only visited via the movies and TV shows of my childhood. Despite it being firmly on my bucket list, it just hadn’t ever made its way up the agenda to become a reality. more “5 reasons I would return to Florida in a heartbeat”

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Choosing a Motability car

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Let’s face it finding a new car can be a challenge. It’s a big purchase, so it’s important to make sure you get it right for you and your family. For those looking for a car through the Motability scheme, the search can be even harder.

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6 Ways to Prepare for Your Family Holiday Abroad

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Going on holiday should be a time where you can relax, unwind, and forget about the daily grind. Whether you’re going on your first trip as a family, or you’re an experienced traveller, there are always new tips and tricks to learn to help make your holiday go accordingly to plan.

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Family friendly New York City

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I don’t know about you, but there are some destinations that I’ve always wanted to travel to. Of course, New York, the city that never sleeps is one of them. It’s high up there on my bucket list and I have big concrete jungle dreams of the day I make it there (I’ll make it anywhere).

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How to make your home the perfect staycation resort

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If you lead a hectic schedule and you can’t find the time for a vacation away, there are various things that you can do to transform your home, giving your abode that relaxing resort feel. If you’ve got some time off, and want total relaxation, here are a few tips that can help you can turn your home into a perfect staycation resort.

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4 trips all kids should experience at least once

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We all have our bucket lists. We all have destinations around the world that we’d love to visit, sights we want to see, and experiences we want to try while we can. Yet, as comprehensive as these lists may be, there’s one thing that we can never experience again… our childhood.

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Paris; A love affair

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When I recently heard the news about the Notre Dame fire in Paris, I felt as though a little piece of my history had been destroyed. I’m sure anyone who has a link to the stunning architecture of Paris, or shared happy memories there can relate. For me? It’s the place that Dad Muddling Through got down on one knee (blink and you’d have missed it), retrieved a ring (box and all) from his sock and asked me to be his wife.

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Muddling in America

Last summer as we collapsed in a heap after a long journey home from Greece, slightly (alot) hungover with two tired kids, we discussed the benefits of holidaying on the homeland in 2019, and declared we were kinda glad to not have to face a flight with kids for a few years. more “Muddling in America”

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European Travel Tips with Insidr

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Today I am teaming up with the guys from Insidr. They have all sorts of cool tips for travelling around Europe, and seriously, you should check them out while planning your next European travel destination. I made a small selection of my favourite articles, but you should definitely take a look at their guides if you’re planning a holiday in Europe . While they’re based in Paris and have written a lot about the city, they also give a lot of tips about travelling other european destinations like Madrid, Amsterdam, Nice and London. more “European Travel Tips with Insidr”

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