As the world emerges from the grips of a global pandemic, so too do the travel dreams of a locked-down population. Holiday bookings surge from holiday-makers and backpackers like, as both short- and long-haul flights find themselves in high demand. For some, the return of global travel means an opportunity – a window to the often-shared dream of exploring the world. However, the pandemic has been an expensive time for many, and the money to sustain such a life-affirming trip may simply not be there.
Given that I know lots of my readers start their Christmas shopping in October, I have put together a list of a few ideas for this Christmas. I know that lots of people have high hopes for this Christmas, after not being able to spend time with loved ones last year. Whilst we are yet to know if COVID-19 will place any restrictions on celebrations this Christmas, it should be a significant improvement on last year.
I had a conversation with a mum this week about how difficult she is finding her baby not sleeping and her toddler not listening. It got me thinking about how the behaviours that challenge us so much when our children are young can actually help to shape them into incredible people later on in life.
I have one of these fun balls to give away to one lucky Mummy Fever reader. All you need to do is enter the easy widget below. Why not give it a go? It will be one less Christmas gift to buy if you do win!
It’s time to get spooky! The leaves are changing, pumpkins are in season and Halloween is almost here. If you’re looking for an easy way to celebrate with your little monsters this year then look no further: we’ve got some ideas below that will have them begging for more when they see how adorable their baked treats are for this years Halloween celebrations.
Whether you are looking to impress your friends, have an impending wine tour, or would like to become an expert on wines, you need to be able to tell the difference between sparkling vs. fizzy wine.
What are your current favourite autumn looks for the changeable weather? Do let me know in a comment below. Also, do let me know if you’ve bought from Femme Luxe before and what you thought.
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