If you’ve read all about our DIY adventure to Lapland, you might be interested in how we did it.
While an all-inclusive package is attractive to some, we were more interested in a cheaper, more tailored option. I’m also not at my best a 5am in the morning and most charters leave early!
Here’s how we did it: Continue reading Getting to Lapland – costs and tips
I am sitting here typing this review for you while slathered in my new favourite face mask from Dublin Herbalists. It smells good enough to eat, feels fantastic and leaves my face as soft as a newborn’s bum. I just gave myself a little stroke there to confirm. I am delighted with myself.
Claire Gardiner, creator of Dublin Herbalists skincare, got in touch with me a while ago to ask me if I’d like to try out some of her new products. Sure didn’t I nearly bite the hand off her. Continue reading Review: Skincare deliciousness from Dublin Herbalists
I don’t know about you, but I fairly got a pain in my face from reading Julia Donaldson over and over again. I love her, like. But there’s only so many cute rhyming couplets a parent can take, particularly when repeated ad nauseum.
Once the small boy turned four, it really felt like he was ready for a longer story instead of the start-to-finish bedtime tale. I struggled though to find age-appropriate chapter books for the 4+ age group to read out loud. Most of the books in the shops seemed to be geared at an older self-reading age group and oftentimes the stories were too scary or too complex to hold a smallie’s attention. Continue reading Chapter books for reading out loud at bedtime
You may remember the infamous toilet scene from Trainspotting where our hero Renton finds himself so desperate for a hit that he resorts to some opium suppositories. What follows is three minutes of every germaphobe’s worst public toilet nightmare. Sure take a look:
Continue reading IVF Diary: Pavlov’s Dog