Very Intelligent Princess

Thought of the Week

It’s not like I called her Coffee Table, says Holly Madison, mother of Rainbow

VIP Blog

This is where we like to share ideas for games and activities that VIPs will enjoy.

The blog is also going to be where we can invite like-minded organisations and individuals to send in their own suggestions.  We also comment on other like minded organisations the world only, who are involved in similar messages as VIP.

If we can inspire youngsters to play simply yet creatively, we can stimulate hobbies and interests in each and every one, that stay with them, as they grow and enter into the big commercial world.

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11 Jun

Thought of the Week

The sky is the daily bread of the eyes.

05 Jun

Guest Post:

International Day of the Child

International Day of the Child   The date of the International Day of the Child varies over the world.   The 1st of June is celebrated in 50 countries, whilst others celebrate the Universal Children’s Day on the 20th November. … Read more »

04 Jun

Thought of the Week

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.

29 May

Guest Post:


Set up by Barnardos, Paths Plus programme seeks to empower children to develop the fundamental social & emotional learning skills to make positive choices throughout life.   Realising Ambition funded Paths Plus, which is a UK wide initiative founded to … Read more »

28 May

Thought of the Week

Opportunities don’t happen, you create them.

20 May

Guest Post:

Modern Women Education

Allow Your Inner Girl Become Intelligent Princess Today in this busy world it is easy to forget being happy and concentrate on being safe and stable. Why not let your dreams come true? Modern education can help. Modern Women Education … Read more »

15 May

Guest Post:

Hiring Snowflakes!

Generation Snowflake, or Snowflake Generation, is a neologistic term used to characterize the young adults of the 2010s as being more prone to taking offense and less resilient than previous generations, or as being too emotionally vulnerable to cope with views that … Read more »

14 May

Thought of the Week

This recession won’t be over until we raise a generation that knows how to live on what they’ve got.

There are so many clothing brands out there in the UK and beyond offering great styles for the modern child, why not start early by not influencing your child with very feminine or masculine biased brands?   The trend for … Read more »

07 May

Thought of the Week

It is not about gender, it is about experience, leadership and vision.

01 May

Guest Post:


Is YouTube collecting data on children?   A complaint has been filed by a group of 23 child advocacy, consumer and privacy groups, against the US Federal Trade Commission, saying that Google is breaking child protection laws by collecting and … Read more »

30 Apr

Thought of the Week

Television has proved that people will look at anything rather than each other.

24 Apr

Guest Post:

Reading trends have recently completed research analysing 2018 data from YouGov to find out which children’s classic books are still being read and which modern 21st century titles are replacing them.   Children in the UK still enjoy reading, 76% of … Read more »

23 Apr

Thought of the Week

A child who reads will be an adult who thinks.

  The Gap in life expectancy between poorest and most advantaged females reaches record high, prompting concerns that the worst off in society are being ‘left behind’   The life expectancy of the poorest girls in the UK has for the first time … Read more »

16 Apr

Thought of the Week

Life is a dream for the wise, a game for the fool, a comedy for the rich, a tragedy for the poor.

We have watched the progress of the Lammily doll over the years.   The Lammily doll was invented by Nickolay Lamm who modelled her doll on the proportions of an average 19-year-old American woman.   Standing her new dolls against … Read more »

09 Apr

Thought of the Week

Your body hears everything your mind says.

02 Apr

Thought of the Week

Be Humble, Be Hungry and always be the hardest worker in the room.

02 Apr

Guest Post:

Hungry Pupils in the UK

Head teachers from all over the UK, have described their poorest pupils as thin, with bad teeth and grey skin.   The National Education Union conference in Brighton this year, highlighted the issues facing many children growing up in poverty … Read more »

27 Mar

Guest Post:


Alternatives For Girls helps homeless and high-risk girls and young women avoid violence, teen pregnancy and exploitation, and helps them to explore and access the support, resources and opportunities necessary to be safe, to grow strong and to make positive … Read more »

26 Mar

Thought of the Week

It’s not what you are that is holding you back, It’s what you think you are not.

21 Mar

Guest Post:


WOW – WOMEN OF THE WORLD FESTIVAL   WOW – Women of the World festival celebrates women and girls and looks at the obstacles that stop them from achieving their potential. Around the world, individuals and communities are insisting on the … Read more »

19 Mar

Thought of the Week

I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.

13 Mar

Guest Post:

Gender Neutral Mother’s Day

    Waitrose has dropped the Mother from their Mother’s Day Cards and replaced with a Happy You Day greeting, in a bid to become more “transgender inclusive”.   The supermarket said it was expanding the range to whom the … Read more »

12 Mar

Thought of the Week

Kind words can be short and easy to speak but their echoes are truly endless. Careful what you say.

06 Mar

Guest Post:

Toddlers in Bikinis?

Once again, there is outrage in the papers with a large UK store selling bikini tops for 1-2-year olds.   Back Pre-1980’s, children roamed free, without frilly bikini tops if they wished and just like the boys. Slowly we began … Read more »

05 Mar

Thought of the Week

I am learning to love the sound of my feet walking away from things not meant for me.

27 Feb

Guest Post:

Millennials and their Diet

Announced today was the sad fact that Millennials are set to be the fattest generation ever on record in the UK, stating the ¾ will be overweight or obese by the time they are 40!   Cancer Research UK reported … Read more »

26 Feb

Thought of the Week

Eating well is a form of self-respect. If you like yourself, you will look after yourself.