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#9: Re-read all the Harry Potter books

“The stories we love best do live in us forever, so whether you come back by page or by the big screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home” ~ JK Rowling It’s rumoured that there are people in this world who haven’t read Harry Potter (or even seen the films).  I can’t…

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Barefoot Adventures

I remember the summers of my childhood with unwavering joy and fondness – they were a swirling, intoxicating blend of school days and playing in the garden and visiting grandparents & cousins and summer holiday activity weeks.  There were seemingly endless days of sunshine, full to the brim with handstands on the field at school;…

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Little Loves: June 2018

June has been an absolutely beautiful month – full of sunshine and hot weather and fun adventures.  We’re very much on the countdown towards the summer holidays now with just three weeks of school left before the six week break.  We’re all looking forward to having no fixed schedule; going on day trips; enjoying slow,…

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Adventures In The Sun

What a beautiful month May was!  The weather throughout has been absolutely fantastic, even over both Bank Holiday weekends, which is pretty much unheard of here in the UK.  We’ve had almost constant clear blue skies, the most glorious sunshine AND it’s mostly been really warm – I can’t even begin to describe how good…

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Little Loves: May 2018

May has been the most gorgeous month!  It’s my favourite month of the year (along with September).  With two bank holidays, half term, copious amounts of beautiful blossom bursting into bloom and two family birthdays to celebrate, how can it not be?  And this year it has been full to the brim of the most…

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40 Things Before I’m 40: Annual Update (2018)

On my birthday two years ago I posted a list of 40 things I want to do, achieve and experience before I turn 40 years old in 2023. I’d originally started the list when I turned thirty but I hadn’t launched my blog at that point so it existed solely in the relative privacy of…

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