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How Can I Feel More Confident About My Child’s Future?

With the state of the world constantly changing, you may have concerns about different aspects of your child’s future. While you may not be able to directly control the world or even your child, you might be able to put things into place that can help to remove some of these anxieties. This way, you can at least know that you did as much as you could to give them a positive future. The rest may be up to them to achieve.

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Playmobil City Life Rubbish Truck – Review

Just before last week’s half term break L got a rather large parcel arrive. He was very excited to open it and find some new Playmobil. We really like the Playmobil sets we already own. They are always easy to set up, so the play can start quickly and really nice and sturdy. This time round L has been sent the City Life Rubbish Truck and the first thing he wanted me to write was ‘tell them all I love it!!’

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Too Much

Some of you may have wondered where I’ve been. Many of you won’t have noticed and that’s fine too, it’s not like I stick to a specific timetable when I write. But I don’t like to leave work that I’ve started unfinished and recently I have.

As it stands at the moment I have a book review to get live, a book to finish reading and two I haven’t even started. That’s just the book reviews. I have a competition to launch. Two Halloween recipes to get scheduled. Four product reviews to deal with as well.

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A Little Help from Tutorful

I have made no secret of the fact L struggles at school. He gets so upset and it’s starting to dawn on him the holidays will be ending soon, so that upset is coming to the forefront of his mind. He worries that he’s not good enough and he finds the work so hard, he’s even more worried about a new teacher and a new school year. It’s hard to watch and I don’t know how to help. So we turned to Tutorful.

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Goal power Flapjack Snacks

Goal Power is a new kid’s healthy flapjack snack and game that promotes children reaching their goals and enjoying a healthy active lifestyle. The idea is the children enjoy the healthy, fibre and nutrition-packed snack and then they can collect cards or set goals online to achieve.

The aim is to help kids to get outdoors, be active and take some time out from their screen time.

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