Signs You Need To Take A Break!

So, how do you know when you seriously NEED a break?

We all know how important it is when you have a cold or flu to just take a day off to recover and get yourself back to your usual self. So why is it so unnatural to take a break when you’re mentally-fatigued and your stress levels are shooting through the roof?

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Glamping In Dorset At Longthorns Farm

With the amount of snow pictures clogging my Facebook feed, am guessing that not many of you are thinking ahead to summer yet!  In case you are feeling organised, Jetlag & Mayhem has a brilliant report from Peta, following a glamping trip she took with several families at the end of the summer. Did you know that lists more than 850 campsites and glamping sites around England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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London & Newcastle With Kids

We all know I love and adore my hometown of London.  I’m also rather fond of Newcastle, a city in the Northeast of England. I spent some time there working in my 20s and it always had an up & coming feel to it, with a lively restaurant, bar and culture scene. Plus a rather dodgy disco boat moored on the Tyne with a revolving dance floor.  

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A Trip To Butlin’s Skegness

Move over Center Parcs, Butlin’s is where it’s at! Following a successful trip to the UK’s Butlin’s in Bognor Regis last October, my sister took her 3 and 5 year old to Butlin’s Skegness over February half term.

As February half-term approached, we decided to give Butlin’s another try. We had absolutely loved it at Butlin’s Bognor Regis last October, and thought we would visit a different resort this time.

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Moonfleet Manor Hotel – a 2 night midweek break with kids

Thinking about a family friendly minibreak in a beautiful old manor house? My sister recently tested out Moonfleet Manor Hotel with her 3 and 5 year old.  Over to you Georgina….

We’ve eschewed hotels this year in favour of self-catering options. This has generally given us more bedrooms, more chillout space for the evenings, and more flexibility with meals.

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