One of the most important parts of a home is the ability to keep you and your family safe. Interior comfort, recreation and many other priorities come after this one in terms of significance. If your family is not safe, your family is not happy. If they are, happiness can build. People often purchase a home or begin a mortgage and thing that simply because four walls are around them that they are safe. This might be true to a degree, but there are always measures you can take to ensure the home is more secure and protective of the people you love inside. Continue reading “4 Home Security Tips For The New Family”
Most of us have a fairly good understanding of what we need to do to keep our homes secure. Make sure we’re always keeping the front door locked, install a security alarm, and keep nothing on display that might inspire passersby to try their luck at breaking and entering, and job done, right? Perhaps not. Most burglaries don’t happen by chance; they’re targeting. And most don’t occur through the front of the house – criminal target the garden, which is often better hidden and laxer when it comes to security. To ensure you’re not targeting this way, we’ve put together a few useful tips that’ll up the security levels of your garden. Continue reading “Living in Peace: Tips For Making Your Garden More Secure”
Better safe than sorry. These days, that phrase could easily relate to one’s travel plans and the care that should be taken while travelling. The more precautions you take, the safer you will be. And as a result, you will enjoy your travels that much more.
The following list of essential travel safety tips will help guide you on your journeys: Continue reading “7 Tips for Travelling Safely”
A family holiday isn’t always smooth sailing. When you’ve got little ones or two, there’s always the potential for things to go awry, even when it’s out of your control. With that being said, there are plenty of tried and tested tips to ensure a perfect getaway. Here are just some of them. Continue reading “The must know tips and tricks for a perfect family holiday”
As I walked my lovely old girl today in the drizzle I started to reminisce about all the places we have been together, how many walks there have been and wondering how many will be left. I got Molly when I was 19 and she was 7 months old. She already had her name Continue reading “Children and Dogs”