Who doesn’t love a little picnic in the sunshine? We’ve had a National Trust membership for about 6 or 7 months now and we’ve been loving exploring new places. It’s the perfect way to get out and about basically for free (after you’ve paid your monthly membership) and all of the sites are amazing. We pay £9 a month for both of us and that includes unlimited access to most National Trust sites including parking. Some of the places that we’ve visited have been priced at around £10 an adult to get in plus parking so we always feel like we get our money’s worth. Plus, even if you don’t manage to get to one a month, by paying the membership fee you’re helping to preserve amazing places like Lacock Abbey.
Growing up is hard for many reasons. One day you’re young and carefree, the next you could swear blind you’re getting wrinkles! It happens sooner than most of us would like. But, the good news is that growing older isn’t all doom and gloom. Instead of focusing on the negative implications of lost youth, we’re going to look at the positive factors of the years passing by!
Maybe it’s a last-minute invitation to a weekend away by the sea. Maybe you and the girls have just finished up a hard day at the office and have decided on an impromptu night on the town. Whatever the situation, the chance of fun can arise at any minute. Let’s be honest, spontaneous days and nights out are often the most fun. Because you haven’t had time to build up your expectations, any fun is simply appreciated, not analysed. And let’s be honest, sometimes it feels kinda reckless in doing something last-minute. There is a lot of fun in that too.
Getting fit and healthy doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom. Really, it doesn’t! You can get fit and healthy in no time at all, simply by having fun. If you’re not having fun while you’re getting fit, you’re doing it wrong. You really need to do something you enjoy so that you can stick to it. Here are some seriously fun activities to up your fitness!
With the warmer months just around the corner, now is the ideal time to start thinking about the festival season. From the venue to the entertainment, there is a lot to think about when it comes to organising an event like this. So that you can get your preparations underway, here are four simple steps to help you plan the perfect summer festival.
Some people dread the thought of having children at their wedding, while others welcome it but aren’t sure how to incorporate them into the ceremony and reception. If you’re currently dealing with this dilemma, I’ve got some great suggestions on how you can include children on your special day while making them a part of the whole day.
As much as we all look forward to the weekend, sometimes we can fall into a rut of doing the same thing every time. I know I’m guilty of just thinking the weekends are for cleaning the house, getting washing done and going food shopping. We’ve been trying to make our weekends a bit more exciting recently by trying some new things! Here’s 8 things you can do to mix up your weekend.