Singapore is a central hub for travelers, with countless routes to Australia and Thailand making stops here. Whether you’re just stopping by or visiting for a while, you will never run out of things to see in Singapore. They have it all, from picturesque scenery to delicious cuisine to suit anyone’s appetite. If you’re thinking of traveling to Singapore with children, you are likely feeling apprehensive, but you should know that it’s completely family friendly. You will find a wealth of activities to explore including shopping malls, restaurants, and museums. No matter what your reason for visiting Singapore, we’ve got you covered with this essential guide.
Cooler than the rest – The Kids’ Helmet they won’t want to take off. Hornit Helmets take the stress out of family bike ridesAug 18 2022
Hornit helmets are designed to offer great all-around protection whilst being full of colour, and style and undoubtedly cooler than other kids’ bike helmets.
No more arguments, tantrums, or sulks when you ask your child to put on their helmet before a bike ride, these helmets are so awesome kids will rush to put them on.
It can be simple to lose your sense of personal style when you become a mother because of all the changes your body and lifestyle go through. Former fashionistas may even realise that their look has fallen down the list of priorities or is becoming drastically less sustainable. If you’re not interested, it makes no difference at all, but if you discover that losing your sense of personal style impacts your self-esteem and confidence, it’s time to have some fun. Small changes can have a big impact on how you feel and look.
Amidst lasting disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and increasingly frequent rail strikes in the UK, it can seem as though we’re subjected to more delays and long train journeys than ever before. Despite this, it’s not all doom and gloom for rail users and those of us who have to commute by train; in June 2022 in Germany, the introduction of cheap rail tickets saw the number of 100km – 300km train journeys rise to 46% above pre-pandemic levels, while UK operators investigate similar incentives to get the national network back up to speed. If you’re facing a particularly long trip on the train this year, never fear – travelling by train enables you to socialise, have fun and spend time doing the things you enjoy. Check out some fun things to do when travelling by train:
London Mums Magazine is excited to attend BrickLive in August running from 20th – 24th at Battersea Park. BrickLive is an event for Lego enthusiasts it’s an educational fun day out for the family.
This summer, BRICKLIVE is dropping into London’s Battersea Park and bringing ‘real world’ kids play to the last days of the school holidays. BRICKLIVE opens its doors to primary and pre-schoolers, using amazing brick sculptures, brick-building and play to help young minds enjoy the close of the school holidays, and prepare for the classroom.