Living Arrows

Living Arrows 2019 – 15/52

Last week was a big one for Rhys. He went on his first overnight trip with school.  They didn't go far, just to a place out on the Gower, so we all knew that if it came to it we could go and pick our children up if they really got upset about being awa ...

A job help child gain independence

How a job can teach your child to be independent

We do everything for our children. We protect them, provide for them, and support them. As our kids grow into teenagers, they need to find some independence in order to learn to care for themselves. In fact, it’s a natural part of child development. Kids ...

Energy-saving tips for this spring and summer

Energy-saving tips for this spring and summer

Your home heating usage and energy bills can be significantly reduced at this time of year. Read on for energy-saving tips for the coming months! Spring and summer have to be the nation’s favourite times of the year. The leaves are beginning to grow on ...

What to do after a bump in your car

What to do if you have a bump in your car

Having a bump or an accident in your car can be a frightening experience, especially if you are unsure about what to do next. Do you stay in your vehicle or get out? Do you need to call the police if it’s only a minor bump? What details should you exchang ...

Living arrows

Living Arrows 2019 – 14/52

I have a feeling I'll be finding bits of glitter everywhere for the next week. Nerys went to her friend's birthday party yesterday and had glitter tattoos on both her arms and glitter all over both cheeks.  So by the time we got home she had dots of th ...

A month of photos of me

A month of photos 2019 (#ShowYouWereThere)

This year is the fifth year in a row that I've completed a little personal photography project in the month of March. I started back in 2015 calling it the 'mummy was there' project.  I felt so strongly about making sure that I actually existed in phot ...