S01E04: Quick fire questions and a Victorian Village Following a brief hiatus, the podcast returns for episode four where Jess begins by answering a series of questions from a listener (a Mrs Trellace of North Wales). Jess and Jon then regale their recent visit to Blists Hill Victorian village in sunny Telford in the UK, … More PODCAST | Episode 4: Quick fire questions and a Victorian Village
Hands up if you are bored of being in lockdown and need some entertainment. *puts hand up* There came a point in May where we became so creatively dried up that we needed a boost. Something to spark the imagination, bring joy and passion back to the every day, so we created the Lockdown Photo … More Lockdown Photo Challenge
If you are familiar with some of my other posts you will be aware that I enjoy trying new things and challenging myself. If not, (shameless plug) go and check them out… So I thought origami, yea how hard can that be? Answer: INCREDIBLY, it is so hard, well it is for a heavy handed … More Origami: it’s folding some paper, how hard can it be?
We have been in lockdown in the UK for about 3 weeks now. Aside from live sessions and filming videos for the children I work with, I have been using my two weeks of Easter holiday to try and be creative. This has also given me a chance to work my way through the anxiety … More What I have been doing during lockdown (UK)
Yes, I am actually doing it, I am taking to the streets, forests, rivers wherever my feet will take me and I am giving bird watching a go. However, before I even step out of the door there are a few things that I need to know first. So I went off in search for … More Before I start bird watching…
I know I am late but I guess it is still women’s history month right? I feel like I have not celebrated International Women’s Day enough over the years and I want to do something to change that. So I took some time out to educate myself about a few inspirational women that have helped … More How I celebrated International Women’s Day
Happy International Women’s day! For International’s Women’s Day I want to appreciate the women around me, and therefore, below is a letter for all of the influencial women that have come and gone in my life.
World Book day is a very important day for me as I am a massive geek when it comes to literature. I have art in my house that is connected with my favourite book, I studied English literature as an MA just for fun, and the reason why I am with my partner all stems … More Why world book day is not just for kids…
A trip that was two years in the making, magic that lasts a lifetime.. This was our first visit to Harry Potter World and it was simply incredible. I loved the entire experience; from the moment we arrived in the car park to dancing around in the gift shop. I just had to squee with … More Go and visit Harry Potter World!
Well they do call it a weight loss journey right? I’ve been doing this for years and I am right back where I started, getting into the car ready to start this journey all over again. I have made this my first goal of the year and I want to keep an online diary of … More Week 1: Here we go again