My name is Claire and this corner of our site contains reviews, help guides, and articles about subjects that I’m personally interested in:
Dan and I really enjoyed creating our guide to keeping children safe online, we tested lots of software and looked at online courses and other guides for material and suggestions. Go check it out.
Stuck for things to do during the coronavirus lockdown? Try exploring our 15 science experiments for children to try at home – a perfect mixture of fun and education for both children and parents.
This page contains a lot of information about how to attract bees to your garden and why it’s so important that you do.
Explore what we feel is the ultimate guide to British butterflies which contains dozens of ways you can encourage more to your garden. Our beginners guide to birding was created out of a love we both have for nature and the outdoors.
The newly disabled guide offers advice to those that have found themselves recently disabled. It contains lots of helpful resources to explore.
Our comprehensive guide to benefits, entitlements and financial aid for ex-forces personal is a great read for either forces, ex-forces or even partners or relatives of forces persons.
Our pensioner guide is designed for those who need more information about their financial entitlements in the United Kingdom.
The new parent’s guide to keeping young children safe in the home is a great resource with product reviews and suggestions.
Get started with genealogy with my introductory guide. Take the first steps to find out more about your family history.
Is Calpol safe? See what ingredients are included in this popular children’s medicine – explore our detailed look at Calpol.
Explore our guide to helping the environment – 101 ways to reduce to reduce your carbon footprint.
A guide to getting better sleep – for shift and night workers as well as insomniacs.
It’s been five years since I moved back to the UK from Baltimore but it was a pleasure to research and publish this detailed guide to disability entitlements and benefits in the United States.
My guide to getting started with astronomy while keeping to a shoestring budget is a great read. You’ll find plenty of hints and tips on how to find the nearby planets and star systems.