#MySundaySnapshot – Echo Bridge 15/52 (2021)

Welcome to this week’s #MySundaySnapshot post, which is part of a snap-sharing-blog-linky series that you are very welcome to join. Click here for further information and guidelines upon this linky should you wish to take part. So here we are, it’s the weekend again! We enjoyed a rather lazy but well-deserved lay-in followed by a quick tidy and clean before my Mum popped over for a brew and some banter. This afternoon we’ve been for another walk through the fields and past the ponds with not just one but two dogs, followed by the obligatory burgers (from the van in the square) and a few… View Post

The A-Z of Parenthood (Five Years Later) – The Preteen Edition

Having spent the past twenty-four hours moving my website from one host to another I was forced to check back upon a few of my past posts to ensure that everything still worked and that the transfer had been successful. Whilst doing this, I couldn’t help but indulge in a little nostalgia by reading some of my earlier, much less-refined, waffly but rather amusing blog posts from the past, one of which I felt I ought to update. It’s been five years since I first wrote ‘The A-Z of Parenthood – The Toddler Years Edition‘ and so much has changed… View Post

Learning at Home

Even though mainstream schools have once again resumed, you may want to plan ahead in case of more periods where your children cannot attend their regular means of education. Alternatively, you may have opted to home-school indefinitely, or simply want to give your younger child more of a head start before they go to school. To accomplish this, you may want to set up a home learning plan and get some helpful resources at your disposal. Using Online Resources Parents and teachers alike can gain access to both paid and free educational resources online. This means that, with the help… View Post

#LivingArrows – Spring Sunshine 15/52 (2021)

I’ll openly admit that I’m very much a creature of habit, I like to stick to a schedule and I don’t often tend to go off-plan but there are times when living spontaneously suits me. Just the other day we had planned to nip through to my Mum’s for a flying visit to place flowers on Dad’s grave and to exchange Easter gifts. However, our ‘quick visit’ soon became a sunny, spring stroll through the graveyard followed by a lengthy dog walk through the park, over the hillside, under Echo Bridge, and past the ponds (where we fed the ducks)… View Post

A Flip Through The White Numen – A Sacred Animal Tarot

Inspired by ancient rituals and stories of sacred animal spirits, White Numen Tarot is a stunning and original tarot deck designed and created by Alba Ballesta Gonzalez. Alba Ballesta Gonzalez Born and raised in Spain, Alba is a  2D artist who co-founded Weba! Studio (animation and indie-games) whilst finishing her major in Fine Arts, where she continues to work as an Art Director. For the past few years, Alba has been working upon animation, videogames and illustration for various companies including Magic the Gathering and Nickelodeon. Alongside her career, Alba also enjoys developing personal projects such as her latest Tarot… View Post