Hi folks! So pleased today to be sharing an extract from the Secret Life of Albert Entwistle as one of #AlbertsPals Enjoy!! *** He weaved his way through a jumble of steel carts stuffed with sacks of mail. Some of the younger staff were sifting through the letters and parcels, dropping … [Read more...] about The secret life of Albert Entwistle #AlbertsPals
The following post contains affiliate links and is my entry into the Etsy affiliate competition. We're past the buying window for UK based Mothering Sunday, but it's always a good time to buy someone a handmade present, no? Check out the Etsy mother's day gift guide here I've … [Read more...] about Etsy gift guide (because every day should be a handmade gift day)
When you're scrolling through twitter, and you come across a discussion on education and creativity and you hear... "we can't think creatively in the abstract, it's a seductive proposition, but it just doesn't work that way..[some stuff about needing to have a deep understanding of science to … [Read more...] about what do you need to know to appreciate beauty?
It's not the same as home education outside of a pandemic. Which is only to be expected. But things I've learnt over the years of home educating 4 children are still coming in handy. Things like if something doesn't work, change it. So we're flexing a lot, dropping things that don't work for … [Read more...] about Home education in a pandemic – where we’re at.
I don't know how easy other people find it to get into habits. With me there's a constant balancing act of trying to build a pattern of behaviour without getting trapped into that pattern. So if I get back into daily blogging, that will become a challenge that won't make life easier, so it's almost … [Read more...] about Habits and patterns