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Rachel was born on a stormy night in Bristol in the south west of England, and grew into a quirky child who used to clean the bottoms of her shoes and hold her breath until she fainted. Aged three, she said she wanted to be a cow when she grew up (which, hopefully, did not come true!), but later settled for a career in journalism and has since worked for a variety of publications. Rachel loves travelling (which is strange, considering her extreme fear of flying) and has managed to pack a two-and-a-half year backpacking stint, nearly five years of expat living in Hong Kong, and as many holidays as practicable into her life so far. Married with two children, Rachel spends her spare time drinking too many lattes and planning her next escape.

Santa Paws

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One very special Christmas morning a few years ago, Kelly Thompson’s two girls were opening their presents when they heard a dog barking outside in...

Screen Saviours: How Technology Can Help Kids

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Children of the 21st century are digital natives who comfortably inhabit a world of technologically assisted entertainment, education and communication. Candy Crush, Facebook, Instagram,...

Parental advisory

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Picture the scene. You’ve settled into your cinema seats, popcorn in hand, all set to enjoy a relaxing couple of hours watching a feel-good...

When the apple falls far from the tree

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When we stare into the eyes of our newborn babies, we might fondly imagine that they will grow up vaguely like us – minus...

Sick & tired

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A few weeks into her second pregnancy, Cathy Davison started to feel sick every morning. Within a couple of days, she was feeling sick –...

Putting the ho ho ho in Hong Kong

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As you rip open the cards that have started clogging up your mailbox, you’ll find the usual Christmas scenes – snow-covered landscapes, stockings hanging...