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Mar 28 2017
by Ella |
Comments Off on 7 Essential Car Care Checks for Family Road Trips

Road trips can be a great way of spending a family break together but they can also turn into a nightmare if your car becomes faulty or – worse still – you suffer an accident. Therefore, it is essential to carry out some car care procedures before embarking. Often, these simple measures will be enough to ensure that your family road trip is a success from start to finish. ...

Aug 18 2016
by Ella |
Comments Off on 5 Year Old Birthday – What Food Can Be Served?

Now it’s a party time for your five-year-old kid and he is well aware of how important is the day. The situation is completely changed and not like his previous birthday at all. Now he knows what his friends do and what he will also like to have demands! You know from your five-year-old. Be prepared to fulfill them as you would not like to disappoint him on his special day. For food, you can have Catering hire London alternative and that is the best if you have a budget. If...

Nov 16 2015
by Ella |
Comments Off on Ensuring Tyre Safety On A Family Road Trip

Image Source When heading out on the open road with the family in the car, a few safety checks should be done beforehand, like making sure you have adequate oil and water on board. However, many drivers fail to do even the simplest tyre check before a road trip. This is a mistake which can lead to problems down the road, so make sure you avoid difficulties with your trip by paying attention to this area. ...

Nov 03 2015
by Ella |
Comments Off on 5 Tips for Planning a Successful Family Vacation

There are two broad categories of family vacations – ones that are generally successful, and then ones that are utter disasters. Often, the only difference between having one type of vacation vs. the other is how well you did planning and organizing before your vacation start date hit on the calendar. ...

Oct 06 2015
by Ella |
Comments Off on Top 5 Eco Tours to Do in Sydney

Sydney is the most populous city in Australia and is home to the largest natural harbor in the world. Known for its cultural diversity, Sydney is also the most visited tourist attraction in Oceania and for good reason too. The scenic Bondi Beach, the mesmerizing Royal National Park, and the transcendence of the Sydney Harbor all combine to make it a great city for tourists. If you’re in Sydney and are looking for some fun eco tours, you will be delighted to know that you have...

Sep 25 2015
by Ella |
Comments Off on 5 Fantastic Places to Visit in Europe (On a Budget)

There are many destinations offering fantastic cultural experiences dotted around Europe and many of us would like to visit as many as possible, for a weekend trip or longer. The problem is that by the time you add up the cost of getting there and factor in accommodation costs and eating out, even a quick trip can stretch the budget beyond your limit. Rather than simply decide to stay at home because you think the cost of your holiday adventure might be too much to pay, the smart...

Feb 26 2015
by Ella |
Comments Off on How to pick the right men’s ski jacket

Finding the right men’s ski jacket can be a little tricky and if you’ve spent any time on the slopes recently then you’ll know exactly how important fashion has become in the world of snow sports. ...

Dec 19 2014
by Ella |
Comments Off on The Best UK Locations for a Family Staycation

Taking a staycation has become increasingly popular over the last few years and the trend is set to continue for 2015. A staycation can also save your family money, with many family-friendly destinations offering camping and caravanning options that the kids will love. You can read more about family staycations on the Park Resorts blog. Staycations are a lot easier with little ones. There’s no early morning flights, delays in terminals, or waiting at baggage claim. Instead...

Dec 02 2014
by Ella |
Comments Off on Christmas Crackers: 6 of The Best Novelty Gifts For Him

It’s that time of year again! Christmas is just around the corner and the shops are full of harassed looking people scurrying to get all their presents ahead of the big day. Whether you’re one of them (me!) or one of the smug ones who had it all wrapped up weeks ago, a little novelty factor always put’s the finishing touches on Christmas. Here’s a quick run-down of my favourite funny stocking fillers for the men in your life. Image Source: Mike Fleming Phone Charging...

Nov 25 2014
by Ella |
Comments Off on How Early Should You Ship Holiday Gifts And Cards To Avoid The Rush?

The holidays are quickly approaching. Do you know the recommended deadlines for shipping your holiday packages? It’s already the middle of November, and once Thanksgiving is over, the holiday chaos really begins from hectic Christmas shopping to frantically writing holiday cards and standing in long lines at the post office to send packages and cards to out-of town loved ones.  Different continents, including the UK, Europe, and North America have recommended ship dates...

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