Silent Sunday 28.2.21
Feb28

Silent Sunday 28.2.21

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Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell
Feb26

Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell

I’ve been waiting to read Invisible Girl by Lisa Jewell for a while now, as I absolutely love Lisa Jewell’s thrillers. Invisible Girl came out in paperback earlier this month and I snapped it up straightaway. There is something addictive about Lisa Jewell’s books. It is the characters and the settings, as well as the stories, that make me unable to put them down. While sometimes I struggle to find as much time to...

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Becoming the sandwich generation
Feb23

Becoming the sandwich generation

Most of us who are lucky enough to have parents still alive will, at some point, become part of the sandwich generation. The sandwich generation are usually people in their 40s or 50s who still have dependent children at home and are starting to care for their own parents. Sometimes they even have grandchildren thrown into the equation too. There was a meme out just before the first lockdown which I found far too funny. It summed up...

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Silent Sunday 21.2.21
Feb21

Silent Sunday 21.2.21

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The importance of sport for kids
Feb16

The importance of sport for kids

Many, many years ago, before we even had kids, my husband said: ‘When we have kids, we will make sure they do lots of sport’. And I thought yeah right, whatever… His thinking was that sport would keep them out of trouble as teenagers. Teenage trouble hasn’t been an issue for us, but then again, my kids do a lot of sport… It turns out my husband was absolutely right all those years ago. Sport has been the...

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