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It takes a village to raise a child

I have been pondering about many things, especially the need and importance of a strong community. I don’t think it can be like the olden days where everyone knew everyone’s business and extended families lived together or close by. Community cohesion need not to be location bound thanks to technology....

Interview with a second Generation Homeschooler

Tell me about yourself Hm, what to say?! I’m a thirty-four year old who is very much a work-in-progress; an extrovert who loves to read with a particular love of history, and literature that has stood the test of time. In Jane Austen speak, I wish I was a Lizzy...

Tips to get things done like a boss lady

I constantly have an endless to do list #lifeofawoman! I have found some tips and tricks to help me stay focus on the task at hand. You almost have to have tunnel vision to get anything done properly, for example when I am doing the laundry, I aim to wash,...

Time to Unplug

Guys I appreciate technology, but I also know when it’s time to unplug. The month of August is full on for our family. It is filled with different activities and events and I want to thrust myself in it and be fully engage with whatever I am doing. I do...

Hot and feisty summer

I am like a caterpillar in the colder months and I transform into a butterfly in summer. It is time to pick up the pace and full speed ahead. Summer is my favourite time here in the UK, I usually don’t like travelling outside the country when it’s lovely here....

3 reasons why we don’t compare with the Joneses

It is human nature to compare. We can’t help ourselves. The neighbour’s (the Jones) grass always seems greener and social media reinforces that lie. Don’t get sucked in, I try not to. I am here trying to do me, most of us can see through fakism (my made-up word for...

3 Benefits of Simplifying your Life

It can be hard work hard to simplify your life, for me it is still work in progress to ensure that it stays that way. I like a simple life that does not equate to a boring life. Simple living is harder than you think, it is a lifestyle choice....

The pros and cons of home education on our lifestyle

I can’t believe it has almost been a year since we started home educating our children. I think we might be enjoying it a little too much. The novelty hasn’t worn off yet, and we are still settling into this lifestyle. Speaking of which, home educating our children has had...

What is Your Hobby?

I remember when I moved to Colchester after living in London for many years, I started working part-time which was a shock to my system because I was used to working full time in London. My new work schedule gave me time to think, because now I had free time...

Adapt or get stuck in a rut: ways to widen your prospect

You are never too old to learn something new or try something new. I have met some proactive women who learnt a new skill or hobby during their maternity leave or any opportunity they find. At present, learning and acquiring new skills is a little simpler with technology. This allows...