Rejuvenation for the Spring Equinox

With the start of spring on the horizon, I thought I’d write a post about rejuvenation and self-care today. As the winter ends and life starts to burst around us, just like the bulbs underground that have sprouted and now are beginning to surface, peaking their heads above the soil, I am reminded of theContinue reading “Rejuvenation for the Spring Equinox”

Exploring the coast at Marsden Rock

Yesterday I had the most wonderful day out with my daughter at Marsden Rock, South Shields, and visited a little seafood restaurant called the Grotto. It sits on the beach and over looks the gorgeous pastel backdrop of amber and blue hues. It was just stunning. My daughter excited to be out and about, contentlyContinue reading “Exploring the coast at Marsden Rock”

London calling, a City Break

Some thoughts on Arriving… Busy street hustlers and city slick talkers with an adorable cockney charm, everywhere, surrounding me like a thick smog. That’s right, I went to London, on a budget. Was I going to be pickpocketed like my foreboding auntie had warned? It had been that long since my last visit to London,Continue reading “London calling, a City Break”

Young Creative Fun for Kids

I’ve always been a lover of Art. There’s something so humbling about walking around galleries looking at what people have created. I love the space and the quietness, often taking time out from the city if I’ve been shopping, away from the hustle and bustle of the high street to find some peace and serenity.Continue reading “Young Creative Fun for Kids”

Snowy Days and Time to Play

Wow guys, so I don’t know what it’s like where you are but it’s snowing here. I live by the sea so it rarely snows here (I think it’s because of the salty sea air and the wind), but at the minute it’s deeper than I’ve ever seen it… Of course my toddler is overContinue reading “Snowy Days and Time to Play”