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Feelin’ Fresh: Updating Your Outdoor Space, Even Though It’s Chilly

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You might be thinking that being outside and updating your garden in the winter is the last thing you want to be doing, however, each season brings plenty of reasons to get out and enjoy this space you have, no matter how many layers you need to wear to stay warm. The change in the leaves, scenery and wildlife can all bring the perfect opportunity for beautiful photos and provide you with an environment where you can clear your head with plenty of fresh air. It’s currently the festive season and with New Year’s Eve just around the corner, it’s a great excuse for a winter BBQ and to get your besties over for an evening of frolics. It’s time to stockpile the blankets, gloves, and scarves, and begin planning how you’re going to make more of your outdoor space and updating your garden, whatever the weather. Continue reading “Feelin’ Fresh: Updating Your Outdoor Space, Even Though It’s Chilly”

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10 Outdoor Activities To Do With Your Kids In The Winter

After the popularity of my post 10 Activities To Do With Your Kids In The Winter, I thought I would follow it up with some ideas for activities that you can still do outside with your kids during these colder months.

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10 Activities To Do With Your Kids In The Winter

As the days grow shorter, colder and wetter it’s easy to feel as though all you want to do is sit on the sofa, drink lots of hot chocolate and hide away until the summer makes a comeback. Then you remember that you now own a tiny person and this is far from their idea of how a day should go!

The beautiful sunny day’s out to country parks, the beach, going for picnics or playing in the garden are now not always possible in the winter months and you have to try and come up with new activities to fill your week. This change in weather can also really affect our moods and having less to do and feeling trapped inside the house can add to this low feeling. I have decided to put together a helpful list to help you re-discover the fun activities that you can still do with your little one(s) during the winter months.

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