The Summer holidays are here. The weather is hot and sunny and the days long. If you are thinking of taking advantage of these hot days and taking a driving holiday, whether it be in the UK or driving across the channel abroad your car needs to be in tip top condition. Did you know that in the Summer, the heat can cause extra stress on your car? In fact you can be so busy packing for the holiday that care for your car may be taken for granted. Having a regular MOT on your car can prevent unnecessary costs and give you a piece of mind as well of course it being the law!
Here are a few MOT and Summer car check tips to keep you and your family safe this Summer as well as other road users:
Everyone needs a Summer holiday. After the extremely cold snowy Winter we have had this year we are all looking for the sun. Nowadays most of us are living on a budget and saving can be hard. Nevertheless if you have a good look around online you can find cheap holiday destinations to go this Summer.
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Now the Summer holidays are in full swing it’s time to think about what women’s holiday clothes and accessories to take away. I have made up my own checklist, it’s a weather depending list! Most Cornish Summers are destined to have rain showers at some point, in fact as I’m writing this the heavens have opened. Mind you it’s great for my newly turfed lawn!
I’m always someone who needs a list to check off when I’m going away or even the day-to-day jobs. It makes me feel prepared for anything. I’m hoping this checklist will be very helpful as you prepare for the holiday season.
Summer vacation can be rough if you’re a parent who also has to work while keeping your kids out of trouble and entertained. However, there’s no need to sweat it out, you can have help right at hand on your mobile device. Here are some simple strategies and apps to help make each day special, because the school buses will start rolling before you know it.
Here are some parenting survival tips to get you through the long summer holidays.
- Join forces: Team up with other parents in your neighborhood so that you can take turns keeping an eye on the kids while juggling work hours.