Accidents in Numbers: Did You Know That a Cyclist Is Far More Likely to Get Involved in Traffic Accidents Than a Driver?

Traffic accidents are an unfortunate fact of life. They happen every day around the world, more often than you are probably aware of, and cause untold damage and suffering to millions of people. By the numbers, the statistics of accidents are staggering. But which accidents happen more frequently, and which ones cause more damage?

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Our Weekend Project: Nature Exploring with Anthisan

Baby girl has a new obsession with butterflies and bugs. Down the lane near where we live their are wide overgrown hedges which host an abundant of wildlife. I think it’s been an amazing Summer for butterflies and bees in our garden. We live close by to a watergarden as well, so we have seen a few dragonflies flying across…

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#LuckyLinky Week 73

Hello and welcome back to #LuckyLinky Week 73. 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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Blog Tour: A Dad Of His Own by Minna Howard

Today It’s my turn to be on the blog tour for A Dad Of His Own by Minna Howard. I’m sharing with you an extract of the book, plus the chance to win your very own ebook copy. Now I know it’s still 4 months till Christmas, but this book will get you into the spirit and ready for those…

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Reminiscing over those long Summer days as a child

Losing my dad a few months back, has brought me and my siblings a lot closer together. Isn’t it funny how the loss of a loved one reunites that bond? I’ve spent a lot of the Summer reminiscing over childhood memories with my sister. Talking about the good ol days. Reminiscing over those long Summer days as a child when…

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Why You Should Consider An Antique Engagement Ring

Every young man hopes to meet that special girl and when it happens and you have decided to pop the magic question, your choice of ring is critical. If you are going to be traditional and suddenly drop down on one knee and give a well-rehearsed delivery of your proposal, surprising her, then you are stepping into unknown territory. We…

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CALPOL® discovers the next ‘Face of Fastmelts’ for Sixplus Fastmelts

CALPOL® was a lifesaver for us this past weekend when my baby had her 3rd set of immunisations. It’s a brand I trust, and my mum did when I was small. Since February CALPOL® have been searching for the ‘Face of Fastmelts’ for the CALPOL® SixPlus Fastmelts new packaging in store this Autumn. The competition entailed parents and guardians around the country to share photos…

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Book Review – The Beedog: An Insect Discovery in Portugal

Today I’m on the blog tour for The Beedog: An Insect Discovery in Portugal by Addie Broussard and illustrated by Jayeeta Neogi. It’s a brilliant little kids book that takes kids picture books to a different level! Book Description An award-winning picture book that will get little ones excited about science. While building a unique sandcastle, Cora and Manny spot a…

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Baby Diaries #6 – Starting the Weaning Journey

Baby dottie has now turned 18 weeks old and we have had the third set of immunisations. The second set four weeks ago she took all in her stride and was fine. This time around she was pretty ill 24 hours after. She had a high temperature and was crying/teasy all day long. The only respite she got bless her,…

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Your Appearance Matters: 7 Ways You Can slow down the Aging of Your Skin

Worried about sagging skin, wrinkles, and face blotches? Although aging is a part of life, you do not need to worry since there are better ways to prevent your skin from aging. You can actively slow down your skin from aging by taking the following steps.

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The Social Journey with Mrs Wordsmith

I love subscription boxes and you can honestly get them for almost anything nowadays. The latest one we are reviewing is for baby girl. It’s an educational box for illustrated word learning by Mrs Wordsmith. We are reviewing the younger of the two, The Social Journey for ages 2-5 years. The older box is called The Narrative Journey and that’s…

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Competition – Win a copy of Psychology of Time by Kate Mascarenhas

Today as part of the blog tour, I have the chance to giveaway a fantastic book from Kate Mascarenhas called The Psychology of Time. It’s a time-travel murder mystery set around a female-centric world with brilliantly developed characters. To enter the giveaway please fill in the gleam widget at the bottom. Book Description 1967: Four female scientists invent a time-travel machine. They…

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Book Review: Tommy Twigtree and the Carrot Crunchers

Welcome back to #bookreviewmondays. Today I have a review of a cute little children’s book called Tommy Twigtree and the Carrot Crunchers by Michael Firman. Book Description Tommy Twigtree and his friends enjoy peace and harmony in their garden. That is until Robbie Rabbit and his Bandits decide that carrots are on the menu!

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