August's challenge is an easy one - they are asking to be told about your great summer moments. Surely we've all had some of those, in between the moans of 'I'm bored', 'it's too hot', 'do I have to have suncream?' and 'it's too cold!'?!
Steph Tilley, the Center Parcs Community Manager, has made some great suggestions on their blog about ways of recording your fun instead of just the usual diary style entries. My favourite tip of hers was:
'Write down your memories and pop them in an empty jar. Hang onto the jar until next summer, and you can open it and reminisce, or even get some inspiration!'
Funnily enough, we've been doing this jar since the start of this year, not just for summer, so I'd feel a bit as if I'd cheated by just sharing that one with you.
Another tip was capturing a special moment with video, and as I seem to have a computer full of those, the only difficult bit is deciding which one to share with you! This is a very quick clip of the time we went to feed the fish in a local store; always makes me smile at the memory of it:
As I haven't got around to my post-holiday round-up blog post yet, now seems like the perfect time to bombard you with all (well OK, just some) of those photos of our holiday in Tenby this year.
Photos are my favourite way of keeping the memories alive. As soon as the children are back at school, I'll be creating a new photo book to add to my pile of memories from previous years' holidays.
I’m a Center Parcs Family Blogger and will be visiting Elveden Forest village with my family. If you want to enter to win a place as a wildcard winner just go to the challenge page to find out how: