When I had my first child I couldn’t understand how I would ever leave the house before midday again. Then I had my second child and wondered what the bloody hell we were playing at. Now we have to stop ourselves from getting to places before they’re open.
A few of my friends have had babies recently and I’ve seen the same bewildered expression on their faces that I used to have on mine – usually when I suggest we meet somewhere at 10am. They *literally* can’t compute how that would be possible.
These aren’t time saving tips for dealing with your child more efficiently like some kind of Wonder Parent, these are time-saving tips for helping you to function as a human whilst caring for people who don’t even have enough self-discipline to put their shoes on without stopping 10 times to faff about.Google+
The Hour of Code (UK site here) was introduced in December 2013 to give kids and people who weren’t so hot on coding a window into its process. Code.org, the non-profit running the Hour, wants to introduce coding to schools in particular and highlight the changes set to take place in the UK... Read More »
London and Paris Fashion Weeks have been showcasing the new direction for clothing trends for the autumn/winter 2014 season, and while we might be hoping to pull on some more sun-friendly gear in coming months, our gadgets can quite happily rock the cold weather looks all year round. Bold florals were... Read More »
This half-season,The Walking Dead has been favouring small groups of characters filling large expanses of time with comparatively thin storylines. Until now, their least populated effort was the first one with just Rick, Carl and Michonne, but they’re going for broke this week, with a two-hander... Read More »
If you’re a fan of hopping on a bike and exploring the city, then I sympathize with you – the grim and wet weather haven’t exactly been ideal biking conditions. Visibility and safety for cyclists is a pretty important point, especially in a city like London, where biking is a bit more... Read More »
If you’re a fan of both fashionable gadgets and portable speakers, then the new Bongo Drop by XSories is definitely worth checking out. Because aside from being so very pretty (I would very much like an orange one, thank you) it’s also compact, handy and entirely ready for you to take with... Read More »
50 Shades of Grey (also known as “That Book” in my circles) came out two years ago, quickly followed by its two sequels and a slew of worldwide attention. And a film, which is currently in production, to be released next year. We all know just how popular the 50 Shades phenomenon is –... Read More »
I thought the slow, multi-strand pacing of the last two The Walking Dead episodes were a gimmick for the first two episodes before drawing everyone together, but no, it appears that’s the approach going forward. Well, fair enough. So, this week’s cast are Rick, Carl and Michonne on one hand, and... Read More »
“Hey, let’s re-enact Groundhog Dog in the woods with zombies! It’ll be fun!” The Walking Dead S4E10 – Dork Review
The Walking Dead has cast aside the shackles of prison and sent its poor, lonely characters out into the forest. With only their wits and an impressive array of knives, will they ever find their way back to each other? And where will their next long-term shelter be? More to the point, last week’s episode... Read More »
Chris Pratt (Andy in Parks and Recreation) continues his ascent through Hollywood’s ranks of awesome (“awesome” being a very appropriate word in the case of this film) as he trades in Pawnee for the blocky streets of Bricksburg… The LEGO Movie – rather good, or bricking... Read More »