WALKING WITH CHILDREN – TOP TIPS TO ENJOY THE HIKE
Walking with children can be hard work, but it doesn’t have to be.
Before we became parents, my husband and I walked all over the UK. We have always loved the great outdoors and walking offered us both great exercise and an enjoyable and relaxing way to spend our free time together.
It doesn’t cost a penny and we have seen some amazing places on foot that we never would have seen. There are some beautiful and interesting places tucked away that you don’t even know exist until you go on a hike and stumble upon them.
When my son was born, it was always our hope that one day he would be able to join us on our adventures, so over the last 18 months we have slowly started to introduce him to the world of walking.
He has enjoyed it from day one. Just like any other child he moans about walking around the shops or walking somewhere if he’s bored but our hikes have never been a problem. I believe that this has been down to the way we introduced him to it and what we do on our walks.
Today I will share with you our secrets in the hope that you can get your children to enjoy walking too!
Want to look and feel great but not got the money to spend on yourself? Then you’ve come to the right place. I know how you feel!
Like many women, if I feel like I look good, then I feel great. Does that make sense?
It would be fantastic to be able to go shopping for new, great quality clothes and beauty products all the time. However, the reality for most of us is that by the time we’ve spent money on the house and the kids, there just isn’t enough money left at the end of the month to do that.
But what if you could have the clothes, shoes and beauty products you love at a much lower price. Would that information be useful?
Read on and i’ll share with you the ways I try to look and feel great on a budget!
Oh my goodness, I’m scared to say it, but I think I’ve actually cured my Menieres Disease!
For the past few years I have been suffering from this awful disease which has been absolutely debilitating at times. Until I was diagnosed, I had never actually heard of it. What was to follow was days of being in bed, not being able to drive, not being able to leave the house. Basically, not being able to do anything for 48-72 hours at a time.
I couldn’t plan anything in advance because I never knew when I was going to be ill. My husband had to take time off work to care for my son because I just couldn’t do it.