Camping late in the season always has its risks but not wanting to give in to the blatantly obvious signs of autumn nor the televised flood warnings, we continued to squeeze every last piece of equipment into the car. Read more..
Back to school, back to work and already our holiday seems like a distant memory. More..
So the kids had no sooner finished school this year when a stationery list for the next year was thrust in my hand. More..
I don’t want to sound ungrateful but I find holidaying and travel in general, quite stressful. More..
Dads come in all shapes and sizes; some are clean shaven, others have whiskers which leave an uninvited rash on your face, particularly after a rather overwhelming tickling session. More..
The text sent to my husband from my eldest daughter read,
“Mum and Charlotte are in the pet shop looking at hamsters!” More..
Yesterday, as I was walking through our local shopping mall, I noticed two friends who appeared to be out shopping together, nothing strange about that I hear you say. More..
Ni4kids columnist Lyn Magill reveals the dangers behind hosting a sleepover. More..
Well that’s Christmas over for another year, and a strange one it was this year as I seem to have spent a lot of the holidays in work. More..
By Lyn Magill More..
Stop, I’ve had enough, I don’t want to be caught up in this commercial panic we call Christmas any longer. More..
Many years ago I experienced 12 hours of sheer terror and fear and this is my story of survival.
WARNING- This month’s column contains toilet humour which may offend some readers.
This month, Lyn is hoping to find Nick Knowles on her doorstep... More..
I am in love and I don’t care who knows, in fact I want the world to know! More..
Chicken goujons, chicken on a stick, chicken burger, chicken fajitas, chicken popcorn, and on a really bad day, chicken stir fried in tomato ketchup. Where did it all go wrong? I ask myself. More..
Lyn Magill reflects on childhood memories. More..