Blog Tour – Closer by KL Slater

Today it’s turn to be on the blog tour for Closer by KL Slater. The first thing about Closer that made me want to read it was the striking cover. It’s bold, yet dark. Intriguing and mysterious. So was the book as good as the cover? Read on to find out! Book Description of Closer by KL Slater I know…

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How to make the most out of your home’s outside areas this winter

When winter rolls around, it is so easy to retreat into your home, wrap yourself up in jumpers and blankets and completely forget about the outside. After all, it will be cold and dark. Photo by photos_by_ginny from Pexels That does not mean, however, that you should consider the outside areas of your home to be out of bounds and…

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Adult Christmas Gift Ideas

Today I’m sharing with you my adult Christmas gift ideas. You can check out my kids Christmas gift guide here. Adults can be tricky to buy for. I always find it hard to buy a gift for my husband. It’s hard to buy for my brother and my sister, well as she lives in Canada I have to find her…

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Kids 3-8 Years Old Christmas Gift Guide

It’s that time of year again to start thinking ahead to Christmas shopping. I’m putting together four gift guides this year, which will be spread over the next week or so. Kicking off his today is the kids 3-8 years old Christmas gift guide. Read on for inspiration as to what you can buy your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

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Preventing Wind Damage to Your Roof

The weather has been getting noticeably more intense over the past few years in the UK, while there are plenty of theories on why the weather has been fluctuating to greater extremes, from global warming to climate change. Whatever the cause, it creates havoc for us every year as we are left to pick up after. Because of this, we’ve…

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#LuckyLinky Week 77

Hello and welcome back to #LuckyLinky Week 77. As you all know I love to enter competitions and have been doing it for years, much longer than I have been blogging! So I want to see all your lovely competitions all in one place. It will make it much easier for all of us who love to enter competitions and…

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Moonlite Children’s Story Book Projector Review

Next weekend see’s the clocks going back. With the evenings getting darker earlier will help the kids to get to sleep. Well that’s me hoping! To help with bedtime Moonlite have come up with an alternative way (using a story book projector) to reading a traditional story book. Moonlite brings storybooks to life with a modern twist, that makes reading a fun…

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The Baby Diaries #7 – A New Parent’s Essential Kit

A couple of weeks back, both the girls had terrible colds and ear infections. The Friday evening was the worst and hardest night I’ve ever had as a parent. Baby Dottie had a terrible runny nose, high temperature and of course her ear infection. She was on antibiotics from the Doctor which we had seen earlier that afternoon and was…

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Neen Champions Women’s Pelvic Control

After you have had children, your weight may not be the same, neither your pelvic floor. I know the last few words from my midwife, on her last visit to me, was to look after my pelvic floor and do the exercises. It’s easy to forget to do the exercises, then you sneeze. An oops moment and you make a…

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Competition – Win a Project Mc2 Perfume Maker

Last year we reviewed a Project Mc2 doll – Ember Evergreen as part of the Project Mc2 toy collection. Now I’m back with a giveaway for a Project Mc2 perfume maker. I love the Project Mc2 collection that’s all about science inspired play. About Project Mc2 Netflix’s smartest heroines are on a mission – to make sure tweens know that…

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Using your garden to deal with rising air pollution

Air pollution is a potentially an epidemic in the making. With 40,000 deaths in the UK each year linked to toxic air levels, and the potential for the first death certificate to have ‘toxic air’ cited as the primary cause of death, it is an invisible killer we shouldn’t ignore. But what can we do about it? Photo by veeterzy on Unsplash Obviously,…

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Happy Halloween! All The Things You Need This Halloween

Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is thought to have originated from the Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off roaming ghosts. it also marks the time of year between the end of harvest and the start of Winter. To help you get organised for this Halloween on the…

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5 Essentials To Prepare Before You Propose To Your Loved One

If you are soon to be popping the question to your fiancée, there are many things to consider. It is at times like this when things often get overlooked, as we prepare for this most challenging of occasions and in order to ensure the right outcome, here are some essentials to cover when you propose marriage prior to the big…

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