• Minecraft Party!

    Minecraft has really kicked off in our house this year, my two sons are obsessed with the pixelated game (as am I!), so it came as no surprise when my ...

Combat the Itch with YuMega Itchy Dog #VetMyPetsItch

Summer = allergies for many dogs and much like humans they can react in many different ways, but most commonly you’ll find that they get itchy skin and as a human I can think of nothing worse than being itchy the whole time….but put yourself in your dogs paws and imagine how irritating it could […]

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Pet Parasites – What you need to know

Having a pet can you bring you so much joy and the company they provide is second to none,  and as a responsible pet owner there are a couple of things you need to be on top of to give them the best possible care.  Annual health-checks with yearly vaccinations is one thing, preventative treatment […]

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3 of the Best Family Picnic Destinations in the UK

Spring is finally here, which means warmer temperatures! If you’re planning a picnic, there are plenty of places in the UK to explore. Here are three of the best. 1. The Lake District Famous for its miles of open green spaces and rugged landscapes, the Lake District is a great place to visit with your […]

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Child Friendly Things to do in Rome

Rome is a fascinating city and can be enjoyed as an adult with the architecture and history of the Roman Empire but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t consider taking children to Rome also.  You’ll probably end up doing slightly different things to suit the younger ones but you won’t leave feeling short-changed.  With the […]

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Alternative River Cruises To Try

When you think of river cruises you’ll probably think of the usual suspects like the River Nile in Egypt or the River Seine in France and whilst these are amazing cruises to go on, sometimes it’s good to break away from the traditional and find some alternative places to see by river.  With some help […]

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Testing the New Range of Buffs from Kitshack

I’ve mentioned a few times over different bog posts about how I always tend to wear a buff when out hiking, I feel they give good all-year round weather protection whether it’s shielding your face from the bitter wind to keeping your head covered over in the sunshine (or simply used as a headband to […]

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Trespass Qikpac Waterproof Jacket – Review

One of the main things when packing up my rucksack for a hiking trip is to try to keep items minimal, to have everything I need without taking up too much room and ultimately to keep the pack light.  I’ve tried many waterproof jackets over the years and they have all stood well in the […]

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