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As a confirmed country boy, I do love a farm visit. It runs in my blood, the older generations of my family having had strong connections to the National Farmers’ Union. Despite my rural upbringing and love of the countryside, I had never visited a berry farm until I was recently asked along to Hugh […]

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May I introduce you to the sunflower my youngest daughter, Izzy, has been growing for several months. It’s tiny compared to many other sunflower plants I have seen this season and it’s late flowering, but it’s brilliant yellow petals caught my attention. It may be an imperfect sunflower, but it was calling out to have […]

The post My daughter’s perfectly imperfect sunflower appeared first on Dad Blog UK.

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I think Euan Lawson is a fascinating character. He’s one of those people who has lived 100 lives. The dad of three served as a doctor in the army for a number of years before becoming a GP and latterly, he has worked as Director of Primary Care Academic Teaching at Lancaster Medical School (in […]

The post Men’s health Q&A with Dr Euan Lawson appeared first on Dad Blog UK.

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With holiday season upon us, some of you may be thinking of taking a short break or a staycation. Last week I wrote a blog post looking at options to have a wild holiday in the Cotswolds. This time I am focusing on historical attractions in Kent and Sussex and where you may want to […]

The post Historical attractions in Kent and Sussex with Bramley and Teal (ad) appeared first on Dad Blog UK.

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Dad Blog UK by John Adams - 1w ago

There are many ways to work flexibly. Asked to describe her organisation’s approach to ensuring employees have a good work / life balance, Hero Brown, publisher of the Muddy Stilettos website, said: “No assembly is ever missed.” Brown’s staff generally work from home on Fridays and are rarely in the office after school run ‘o […]

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The end of this working week did not go to plan. To quote Malcolm Tucker from The Thick of It, I had a to do list “longer than a Leonard Cohen song.” Alas, I also had child No1 home from school because she was a bit poorly and so my to do list was quickly […]

The post Further adventures with reflections appeared first on Dad Blog UK.

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Boiler cover is not the most captivating or scintillating of topics to discuss. That said, if you don’t have boiler cover, life can get very complicated, not to mention expensive. I can think of not one but two occasions in my life when I wish I’d had cover. On the first occasion, we have to […]

The post The benefits of comprehensive boiler cover #ad appeared first on Dad Blog UK.

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How much do you know about men’s nutrition? I don’t know as much as I should, but as I have now left the phase of fatherhood where I would ram whatever I could find into my mouth because I was busy looking after two pre-schoolers, it’s an area I am increasingly interested in. I have […]

The post Discussing men’s nutritional needs: Q&A with leading NUTRITIONIST Jenna Hope appeared first on Dad Blog UK.

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The Cotswolds have a reputation for being quiet and quaint. Having grown up in the area, I’d have to agree the Cotswolds can be quiet and they’re certainly very quaint and charming but under the surface there is potential to organise many wild days out that will appeal to the entire family. Top of the […]

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Dad Blog UK by John Adams - 2w ago

“It’s not fair that Helen gets to stay up later than me,” said Izzy, for what seemed like the 150,000th time. “I should go to bed at the same time.” This is a classic example of the issues Mrs Adams and I have to deal with as we perform the parenting balancing act and try […]

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