On Day 3 of #100DaysNoTV I took ordinary cork boards and used a simple technique to brighten them up. Having previously done this for our boys’ playroom to display their artwork, I thought it would be lovely to make a couple more – this time for the grown-ups. Continue reading
On Day 2 of #100DaysNoTV I joined other bloggers from across East Anglia for an event in central Cambridge. It was the first event of its kind in Cambridge for local bloggers.
When Rob and I were planning our #100DaysNoTV project, I can honestly say I never expected to be invited to attend a blogger event, and certainly not this early on my blogging journey. I felt very fortunate to receive an invitation to this special occasion and didn’t hesitate to accept.
For Day 1 of #100DaysNoTV we chose an activity that we could do together with our boys. We’re a bread loving family and the boys adore putting on their aprons and getting involved in the kitchen.
Flatbreads in their simplest, unleavened, form have been a food staple for at least 10,000 years. Techniques gradually grew more sophisticated and it’s believed that the Egyptians were the first people to understand how to incorporate yeast, around 5,000 years ago. Bread was incredibly important to ancient civilisations. It was often used as currency and even accompanied the dead as grave goods for the afterlife.