Navigating Legoland Windsor with a Special Needs Child

What is Legoland Windsor? Now, if you are from the UK. Most of us have at least heard of Legoland Windsor. It is a Merlin Attractions owned theme park in the Berkshire countryside, within an hours drive of London (traffic permitting). It is influenced by Lego and is ideal for children under the age of 13. Rides range from pre-school to primary school. If you … Continue reading Navigating Legoland Windsor with a Special Needs Child

My Weight Loss Battle Update 1

*All opinions are my own, I have not been sponsored, paid or gifted any items in respect of my views and opinions.* So it’s been three months! Three long months of counting calories, watching every little crumb and I’ve pretty much lost 5lbs. Okay, can’t complain an awful lot as lost but still! Unfortunately, I like to see results! Getting on those scales, I want … Continue reading My Weight Loss Battle Update 1

Juggling Work with a Special Needs Child

I came across an article recently where a parent/Mum spoke about her constant juggle with her home and work life balance. It got me thinking about my own work/life juggle. If you would like to check out the article written by Tania Tirraoro please check it out here at Special Needs Jungle. I’m not going to lie, I wanted a career! It was important to … Continue reading Juggling Work with a Special Needs Child

The Pros and Cons of Flexible Working

I’m now officially in my mid to late ’30s. I was struck to realise that I have been left school for 20 years this year! I was born in the ’80s but grew up in the ’90s. My parents divorced in the part of the ’90s which saw my ‘homemaker’ Mum suddenly find herself a single parent, with bills, two children under 10 and no … Continue reading The Pros and Cons of Flexible Working

What I Learnt Having a Son with Epilepsy

On Tuesday 26th March 2019 it was Purple Day! For those of you who are unaware of what ‘Purple Day’ is, it is the international day for epilepsy. It is a day where people around the world come together to raise awareness of the condition and make a difference to those affected by epilepsy. Finding out you have epilepsy is scary at any age. Finding … Continue reading What I Learnt Having a Son with Epilepsy