Autumn colour walk in Ashdown Forest

Since the start of the second lockdown in the UK we have been increasingly on the lookout for nature spots and living in the countryside has definitely more options than living in big cities. We are incredibly lucky that right on the doorstep we have the outstanding natural beauty of the Ashdown Forest. Although it…

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Sompting Pumpkin Picking Patch

In the case of October festivities the first thing that comes to mind is Halloween and the various ‘spooktacular’ events filling our diaries. These could be children’s activities or charity events such as the All Dogs Matter Halloween Walk, a popular annual event in London. Another must-do October activity is pumpkin picking. Living in West…

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Why Worthing is worth it!

Worthing is one of the most sought-after seaside towns in the southern English county of West Sussex, for its spectacular combination of traditional historic elements and contemporary architecture. Its history will touch you via the Victorian pleasure pier which is surrounded by beautiful coast with long stony beaches. Worthing is located approximately 20 minutes by…

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Paul Mitchell: A touch of Hawaii in a cruelty-free brand

If you are lucky enough to have lived in Hawaii or even to have enjoyed a holiday there, no doubt you will have wonderful memories from these tropical islands full of intoxicating scents, a landscape of natural beauty surrounded by a magical underwater world. Maybe you use a hair care brand perfumed with tropical scents…

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Funfair is in Our Town!

It has been a long time since the lockdown started and everything in our daily lives changed. For mums who are not used to staying at home with the kids all day, it has been very challenging. Especially if you have to work from home. Others will have found this period to be a precious…

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Why I Fell in Love with the ‘Faith in Nature’ Brand

From a young age I grew up surrounded by the magical nature of the Bohemian Forest, where my parents and I often went on holidays with our dogs. From this foundation I built a strong relationship with nature and animals. In my teenage years, I became a vegetarian, rescuing fallen birds from their nests, taking…

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In the Daisy Field

It has been a long time since my husband Jacob lived in the county of Hertfordshire, in the small town of Ware, surrounded by lovely English countryside. When I moved with Jacob to start our new life in London, I brought my very old Labrador, Orion, with me so we would frequently escape from the…

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Must-have Kids´ Hats

Are you also one of those mommies who can’t wait for sunny summer days spent somewhere on the beach by the sea or in a nature? If so, you probably also enjoy packing for your trip, preparing your and your baby’s outfits, and dressing your little bundle of joy in tiny shorts and T-shirt, and…

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Giving Birth at UCL Hospital

Natural birth into water? Leo is not Cancer! At long last I was about to give birth! (Article is continuation of previous one.) Although my first regular contractions started at around eight that evening and were six to eight minutes apart, I wasn’t sure if they were ‘Braxton Hicks’ contractions (false labour) or the real…

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Being Pregnant in London: Part 3

Late-term pregnancy: Man proposes, but God disposes I can honestly say that my entire pregnancy was easy and happy, without any serious complications. There was nothing to suggest to me that I would not give birth around the day of my due date. The plan was simple: around 19 July I would deliver my baby…

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