20 brilliant ideas for teens’ post-GCSE holidays

Mark Frary is a travel writer and editor as well as a music festival organiser and father of three. Here, he tackles the issue of post-GCSE holidays – pertinent issues as well as great inspiration.  Over to Mark… While teens this year haven’t had the usual GCSE experience, and it’s an unusual time to be…

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How I raise a biracial child in the UK

After Ashleigh, a black British Jamaican woman, married a white British (born in Wales) man, they had a glorious beautiful daughter called Alleppey. Ash is a blogger at The Constant Wonderer and recently vlogged about being in an interracial relationship and the challenges that come with marrying two cultures. Here she talks about the responsibility…

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How to talk to your child about racism

When the alarming killing of George Floyd occurred on 25th May, and the subsequent fury that enveloped thousands of people around the world, you must have had questions yourself about how or why this has all happened. What if you have a child who was also asking you questions? What could you possibly say to…

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Our favourite picnic lunch for a journey

The Lunch Box Lady otherwise known as Caroline Job shares some of her favourite tips making sure that parents can serve super picnics. No matter how long your journey, packing your own picnic lunch can be delicious, economical and fun. When getting ready for a journey, it’s easy to forget the picnic lunch and just…

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21 healthy family picnic recipes & ideas

I am a big fan of making picnics as healthy as possible and shared a few tips on my own blog of how to make your picnic Slimming World friendly. Whether you have toddlers or teenagers, a picnic is always fun. You can eat lovely picnic food in your own garden, in a local park…

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