'from you to me' Blog

The insider’s guide to an imperfect Christmas

Given that the average Mum spends 51 hours preparing all the loveliness for Christmas Day, major building work in the lead up to Christmas was always going to end in heartache. But nothing prepared me for the challenge ahead…   I started off with a positive attitude. A romantic image of the family huddling up together with colourful scarves, red noses and hearty laughs. How could I be so naïve?…

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Let your kids go wild this half-term!

Halloween is creeping round the corner, but at from you to me there are no nasty tricks, just a lovely treat for you and your children. Read on to find out more... Just as we say a proper goodbye to summer and get used to the slightly shorter autumn days, it's a shock to discover that half term has appeared on the calendar already. The weather this year certainly feels milder than…

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Journals of a Lifetime travel to Spain

We are thrilled to announce our first foreign language rights partnership with Cuentame Tu Vida, a Barcelona-based publishing company. Cuentame Tu Vida have signed a licence agreement to translate, print and market our Journals of a Lifetime within Spain in both Spanish and Catalan languages. We have been working closely together over the last few months to both translate and re-design the journals to suit the local culture and the finished copies…

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An emoji can’t replace a hug

We got quite excited when we were asked to be a National Unplugging Day partner. We were keen to help parents encourage their children to switch off their gadgets and see the benefits of spending more time engaging with their families, friends and nature, in the way ourJournals of a Lifetime do. Little did we realise that it’s us parents that are in need of the mostencouragement to unplug. MyFamilyClub.co.uk,…

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Our Lives Are Better When They’re A Little Bit Wild

We are very excited at From You To Me because we have just sent a new journal off to be printed, ready to be launched at the end of August 2015. However, what makes this very different is that we have created this journal in collaboration with the lovely people at Dorset Wildlife Trust who are an independent charity under the umbrella of the ‘The Wildlife Trusts’. About 12 months…

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