A Green Life Is Great For You And The Planet

You might think that going green is just about helping the planet. But actually, it could help you too and greatly improve your life. One of the obvious ways going green could help is through saving money. By using less energy, you’ll also be spending less money on your bills which is fantastic. It certainly makes life easier when you’re…

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Become The Master Of Your Anxiety Beast

Anxiety is a horrendous condition. Rational or not, it’s all too real to the person experiencing it. Symptoms include sweating palms, increased heart rate, and panic attacks. And the worst part? Many people misinterpret the severity of anxiety. The strangest thing is, we all experience it in some form or another. It may not always go to the levels described…

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Lee Stafford Lighten Up Mirror Review & Giveaway

I have always been a fan of Lee Stafford products, so when I was asked to review the Lighten Up Mirror, I was very excited! Not only is it in one of my favourite colours, but it’s a very useful product that will stand out on my bathroom shelf. I will keep it in here for use in the very…

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Ideas For A Proper Pig Out Session

If you’re single: fear not. Even though you might not have a man in your life, there’s still plenty of room for delicious food. Invite your bestie over and pig out on something delicious. There’s so much to choose from. Chocolate Brownies Pixabay Chocolate brownies are one of the most decadent and delicious foods on the planet. And thanks to…

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Tips on Greener Living Using Eco-Friendly Lighting

Did you know that new homes built today have to confine to UK building regulations? Of course we all know that they have lots of rules and regulations that they have to abide to. But recently there are sustainable code practices added conforming to energy and CO2 emissions, and these include lighting. The building developers have to make houses as…

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Happy 2nd Blogiversary To Meeee!

This month marks 2 years since I started blogging. Happy 2nd blogiversary to me! I started off on blogger, writing about my competition wins, books I loved to read and gardening tips. I didn’t know what self-hosted meant, I didn’t have a clue about DA, follow links, linky’s, coding and so many other terms it would take me an age…

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How To Find Inner Peace

In this increasingly busy world that we live in, it can be hard to find spiritual peace. I know in my life finding 2 minutes peace is tough! But when I can I find my inner peace by reading a great book. Here are some tips to help you find yours… Start Eating Healthily There’s no better way to feel…

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Top Tips to Safe Proof Your Pool Area

The other day I posted about ways to enhance and modernise your pool area, but never covered safe proof your pool area. With young children around this is a must for any family. A backyard pool is a privilege that should be enjoyed free of stress. If you’ve got small kids and pets running around your backyard, they are going…

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How To Stay In Contact With Your Overseas Family and Friends

In this day and age, we often have friends spread all the way across the world. Whether your old best friend from high school moved to the other side of the country or your internet friend’s always lived five thousand miles away, it can be hard to stay in contact when you all have your own families and busy lives…

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Enhance Your Pool Area With a Modern Touch

Now that spring is on the way, it won’t be too long before we’ll be back in our gardens once again. If you have a pool area, that’s naturally going to be the focal point of your outdoor living, so it’s important you’re happy with how it looks and works. Image Source: Wikimedia

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Blog Tour – Never Forget by Richard Davis

Today I’m pleased to say I’m on the blog tour for Never Forget by Richard Davis. Usually I always host a book review on a tour, but this time I thought I would interview the author. But first here is a little about Never Forget. Book Description As a wave of seemingly random assassinations engulfs California, Marshall finds himself drawn…

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