Competition – Win a Framing Our Love Frame

You can fill this frame with a collection of heartfelt messages to be treasured for years to come. All you do is write your messages on the heart-shaped cards, fold it up into an envelope and post it through the slot at the top of the frame. All your sweet messages will then be displayed inside this frame, creating a…

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Will Double Glazed Sash Windows Increase The Value Of Your Home?

Traditional sliding sash windows look stunning in the right period property but are they helping the value of your home? In this article we look closely at the value of traditional sliding sash windows and potential value of installing new double glazed sash windows to your period property. Not all sash window upgrades will positively effect the value of a…

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What Are The Stepping Stones To Becoming A Business?

How long must an idea remain purely in your mind? Depends what the idea is you’ll say. That’s true because we all have ideas but at a certain point ideas can slip into becoming fantasies. We fantasise about buying our dream house and what it would be like to live in it. We daydream about being rich, having all the…

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How Important Of A Factor Is Underfloor Heating For Home Buyers

If you’re hunting for a new home, this article will guide you through the pros and cons of living with underfloor heating. To help you choose the perfect property, we talk you through the environmental and financial benefits of choosing a home with an underfloor heating system. Without resorting to technical jargon, our Underfloor Heating Trade Supplies experts also explain…

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What We Have Enjoyed In January

Although January is a long month and can feel overwhelming after Christmas and the New year, I’ve found January this year exciting. We started off the New Year by visiting The Lost Gardens of Heligan on New Year’s Day. Entry was free as it was one of their charity days, but you are encouraged to donate to one of the…

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Preparing Your Greenhouse for a Project Filled Spring

Winter can be a frustrating season for many passionate gardeners, especially when it prevents you from spending any time in your garden altogether. From the moment the cold weather sets in, we’re dreaming of those warmer days when we can grab our gardening gloves and get to work on the projects that have been planned for the last few weeks.…

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#LuckyLinky Week 89

Hello and welcome back to #LuckyLinky Week 89. 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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Creative Problem Solving With Team Tinpo

This past week we have been catching up with a clever new show called Tinpo. My preschooler (yes she’s not a toddler anymore) has been full of questions lately about anything and everything. So finding a great new show that helps with creative problem solving to make them think, and entertaining and engaging story lines that hold their attention throughout…

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First Aid Tips For New Parents

If you are a new parent, it can be daunting to know exactly what to do with a child who is sick or who has had an accident and hurt themselves. Do you call the doctor? Go straight to the hospital? Or is there anything that should be done instead? In this article, we will discuss some first aid tips…

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Blogging Is A Lonely Business – But It Doesn’t Have To Be

Choosing to blog for a career is definitely something different. Because twenty years ago, blogging wasn’t really a career. And ten years ago it was still unheard of. It’s only been in the last, sort of, five years that blogging has really taken off as a way to make money in a mainstream way. But it’s a job that allows…

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The Orphan Sisters by Shirley Dickson

I’m back on a blog tour, the first for 2019! I’m aiming to try and do more this year. Reading is my relaxing time and that bit of me time. Anyway back to the tour. Today it’s my turn for the review of The Orphan Sisters by Shirley Dickson. A wonderful World War II novel. A heartbreaking, unputdownable and utterly…

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Doing Housework in Las Vegas? You Need a Self-Storage Unit If You Ever Find Yourself in One of These 4 Situations

Not every household needs a self-storage unit. According to the Self Storage Demand Study of 2017, 9.4 percent of all U.S. households rent a space to store their extra stuff. If you find yourself in any of these 4 situations, you may want to contact Clutter Storage Units for a self-storage space. Renting a space can be done on a…

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5 Ways How To Celebrate National Handwriting Day

Today it’s National Handwriting Day, a day to celebrate all things hand writing or hand written if you must! I love nothing more than to pick up a pen or pencil and writing in one of my hundreds of notebooks. There is something special about handwriting and maybe nowadays we just don’t do it often enough. With my daughter starting…

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