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A Nation of Shopkeepers

May 21, 2020

Napolean Bonaparte once said that we were a nation of shopkeepers. It was meant in a derisory way, naturally. But, many true words said in jest? That we are a nation of shopkeepers and we are also a p...

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Holiday Planning

May 11, 2020

As Boris’s latest instruction sinks in, we adjust to our new normal (again!)More now than ever, we find our minds wandering and imagining our next break, and as the ‘stay at home’ message lifts, we ma...

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Coping Mechanisms

April 24, 2020

In times of crisis what do you turn to? Having spoken to several friends and family, I have realised personally that we all cope with things differently. Likewise, what worked in the first couple of w...

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Education for the whole community

April 22, 2020

When we have asked our friends and family, and read in and around the home schooling landscape of today, we see a varying situation.Whilst some children are thriving in their homes with both parents a...

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April 15, 2020

Since globalisation happened and technology came on leaps and bounds, we have enjoyed fleeing our homes to enrich our lives with all things new and novel.But why do we love to travel so? The reasons a...

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Easter at Home

April 09, 2020

With Easter arriving this weekend, our thoughts turn to egg hunts, Easter bunnies and eating chocolate! A different holiday this year, we are in the safety of our own homes.For those of you with child...

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