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Mother’s Day. The rules around here are pretty simple. It’s the one day of the year that mum doesn’t have to do anything …. unless of course she wants to. I get to relax, watch TV, read my book or simply snooze on the couch all day – if I want to. For that one day a year there is no such thing as housework or cooking and definitely no cleaning up after little people. Oh my lordybe it’s blissful and I look forward to and savour every minute of it.
On a scale of one to completely freakin’ awesome, my latest RedBalloon adventure was right at the top!
As a RedBalloon Blogger, I have experienced some pretty cool things with my family. But when I was asked to review an experience from one of the many RedBalloon Mothers Day gift ideas, I knew exactly what I wanted to do… escape!
“RUN!” he shouted. I hesitated for a second – if someone told you to jump off a cliff, would you do it? – so he yelled it again. “RUN!” I did it. I ran.
I decided to indulge in two, of the dozens, of scrumptious gourmet gift experiences RedBalloon has to choose from. The arrival and timing was perfect because I’ve had a tough week or two…
When I spotted the 1 Day Photography Course on RedBalloon, I snapped up the opportunity to learn more about photography in practical setting. This is how the day went…
Whilst I love the gorgeous handmade Mother’s Day gifts that my children make for me, and appreciate those that they purchase with their Dad, as of next year I’m going to save up and make THIS my Mother’s Day gift to myself.
I have always wanted to go Skydiving. I have been trying to go since I was 18 years old. Every time I would book myself in, rock up to suit up, the wind would change and it would be cancelled… not today!
On Sunday my good friend Jenny and I went along to a RedBalloon cooking class. We’ve always been huge fans of Yum Cha, a regular dining experience that brings our families together.
As I scoured over the thousands of different experiences the RedBalloon website offers I was mesmerised about seeing the world I live in from a different angle. That changing my external perspective would help shift my internal one. I had to go gliding.