We’ve had our National Trust cards for a few years now but I have to admit we don’t use them anywhere near as much as we should.
I’ve had a bit of a lucky streak the past few weeks, so when It’s In Nottingham posted a competition to win tickets to a spoon carving workshop, I fancied my chances. I didn’t win.
So after all the promises of doing a better job updating the blog, parenthood got in the way. I’m pretty sure that those of you with kids already were secretly laughing at my naïve optimism. Like sure I’ll do it; when she’s asleep, which is like… oh yeah never, unless, of course, there’s an appointment to keep or I’ve paid for some expensive baby group somewhere.
Margot’s first proper outing was to visit her daddy’s new restaurant Kushi-ya. Here’s what we thought…
What a roller coaster few months it’s been in our household!
It’s that time of the year again where you might get roped into taking part in the office Secret Santa. It’s all ok if you end up with a good gift but let’s face it you probably need to start practicing your fake laugh/smile for when you get gifted several items of unicorn themed stationary that you can’t possibly take to your quarterly forecasting meeting!
Hidden gems… I literally hate it when articles label anything as a hidden gem when it really isn’t. I read so many articles on social media nowadays that claim to list the ‘5 best hidden gems in Nottingham’ and then go on to list a load of places that sure ain’t hidden. Continue reading “Nottingham’s Hidden Gems: White Rabbit Teahouse”