Bear Grylls

22 May 19
ADHD_and_us

When you have a baby you think it’s MENTAL, the sleepless nights, the sterilising and the general looking after someone who is not yourself…..bit baffling that. Before Beau….. I used to bounce into the weekend thinking I was rushed off my feet as i had to get a blowdry and collect my outfit from the […]

22 May 19
Warwickshire Libraries

Wondering I wonder how many of you listen to audio books again and again like I re-read my favourite series? In my household, the voice of Stephen Fry has been integrated almost seamlessly into everyday life –  my son listens to the Harry Potter series on rotation almost constantly! We do, of course, remonstrate with […]

21 May 19
The Avocado

After Professor Jake’s death, the remaining contestants walked back to camp four abreast, no one wanting anyone else behind them. Though saddened by the death of his ally (who didn’t even say goodbye, but only nodded at him in a very narratively unfulfilling way), Ghost cheered up immeasurably when they arrived at camp and he […]

21 May 19
TODAY NEWS

AS Dracula unleashes terror across Transylvania and beyond, the vampire is…

21 May 19
Plain Water and Trail Mix

I chickened out on my first trip to the water. The stink of polyvinyl hung heavy in the minivan, thanks to the inflatable kayak crammed into it, with the vessel’s nose squeezed between the two front bucket seats and blocking much of my view. I had bought the blow-up kayak on sale after learning that […]

20 May 19
News Directory

Redef CEO Jason Hirschhorn has watched HBO's The Sopranos all the way through 13 times. Reboot, video, video. "I watch a tremendous" "I watch and tremendous" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" i watch a tremendous m watching things, I don't mean to watch, ”Hirschhorn said on the […]

20 May 19
Esperanto Magazine

Words by Sarah Hillman Art by Serena Ang Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimised by peak hour traffic. I mean, let’s face it guys…she’s a bitch. Growing up, a lot of us dream of the day when we are free to commandeer a vehicle on our own. You grab the keys and […]

20 May 19
#VidonTour

AND SO. Brendan and I finally got around to completing the National Three Peaks. Most people aim to complete this challenge in less than 24 hours. We were ecstatic to be attempting to complete it in less than 12 months. A sodden Scafell Pike was clambered in May 2018. A gloomy Snowdon was topped in […]

20 May 19
Icicle climb | trek | ski | run

Sorry for the photo if you were eating! Better to see it, than experience it, and with that in mind, and the summer Alpine climbing season around the corner, here’s our top 10 tips on avoiding blisters. Dry feet 👣 If your feet are dry, they can’t blister. Sources of wetness are snow getting into the tops […]

20 May 19
Probus Parish Church

For those children and young people wishing to channel their inner Bear Grylls, Forest Church could be the opportunity for you.  Hosted by the Probus Team of Churches and Truro Methodist Circuit  Forest Church is open to all primary and early secondary school age children. Forest Church will involve fire making, scavenger hunts, nature trails […]

20 May 19
BubblesCuddlesandGin Hits 50

Welcome to the Blog of a Menopausal Mother (aged 48 1/2). Thank you for joining me! So, today is 20th May 2019. Which means that in precisely 18 months time it will be my 50th birthday. Which is either pretty depressing, pretty terrifying or pretty bloody awesome – it depends which way you look at […]

20 May 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

Welcome to Capital Confidential — a weekly diary column featuring the best tidbits from around the U.K.’s business and political landscape from MarketWatch sister publication Financial News. This week: Salma Hayek: hedge fund manager, Goldman rounds up bankers to abseil for charity and more Brexit-induced boredom… Hayek’s hedge The Hummingbird Project, a new movie about […]

20 May 19
Our big OE

We journeyed to Mongolia via a 32 hour train from Beijing. Over the course of the first day we saw the Chinese cityscapes and smogs give way to mountains and finally late in the afternoon we began to reach outer Mongolia, which is just a vast expanse of dust and sky. The border crossing was […]

20 May 19
I VALUE MY LIFE

NETFLIX recently released its interactive content where viewers become a part of the series they are watching. It is a fun new way of experiencing the streaming platform’s services where you make choices for the characters. These choices lead to you shaping the end of the story. Netflix takes advantage of being one of the […]

20 May 19
Murder By Text

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20 May 19
News Archives Uk

Cub and scout groups struggling to survive due to the lack of adult volunteers are a familiar story. Thousands of young people across the country have to wait for a seat. A Cumbrian group suffers from another problem – many volunteers but not enough children. The first Hesket in the Forest Cub Scouts has existed […]