Top Tips to maintain your car in 2019

Its the start of a another new year, and if you are not planning on buying a brand new car this year, you may need to start thinking about budgeting for your car’s service and MOT. This is a minimum. You may need new tyres and wipers, particularly if their has been lots of frosty mornings lately. All you have…

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4 Tips on Protecting Your Families Financial Future

When it was just myself and Mr B, we were not too bothered about thinking about our financial future. As long as we had payment protection on our mortgage, was all that mattered to us. Now we have our two girls, I do worry about providing for them in the future, and making sure the families finances are secure. So…

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The Complete 5-Step Guide on What To Do If You’ve Been Bitten By a Dog

While most of us have a heart for animals, any animal, tame or feral, can potentially pose a risk. In fact, according to Dogs Bite, acute damage victims face after a severe dog attack costs anywhere from $250,000 to a million dollars for various treatments. Apart from general treatment to ensure the bite doesn’t become infected or affect other parts…

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How To Fit In Some ‘Me Time’ As A Mum

When you’re a Mum, finding some ‘me time’ can be a pretty difficult thing to do. If you’re not running around after your kids, you’re having a brief cup of tea for five minutes, waiting for the chaos to start up again. In short, there are few times when you’re not rushing around after other people, and the time that…

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Help Your Children Fight Against Viruses and Bacteria

One minute they’re laughing and another minute they’re sneezing. One minute they are very active and then a minute after they seem downhearted. When you check, your little one’s body temperature has reached 38 degrees. Children, especially in their early years, are commonly exposed to varying health issues, from cough and cold to fever, stomach problems, and infections. That’s because…

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Decluttering and Getting Organised in 2019

2019 is the start of a year of getting decluttered and more organised. Last year with having a baby I let things slide. Snuggling with a newborn and taking it easy after a c section was much more important. Home Bargains have kindly sent me a whole load of stuff to help kick my ass into gear. So over the…

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#LuckyLinky Week 91

Hello and welcome back to #LuckyLinky Week 91. 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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Competition – Win Mikei Red Reishi Essence capsules

Red Reishi may provide the right stress relief to increase sexual function A recent study shows that erectile dysfunction is no longer an issue reserved for the retirement set. A quarter of newly diagnosed patients are now young men. In East Asia Red Reishi has been used for centuries. A common cause of sexual dysfunction and low libido is said…

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ZaZa’s Storybox Review

Little Baby Dottie is nearly 10 months old now and really getting an interest in books. She loves to sit on me and listen (also try to take the book!) to me reading to my 3 year old. But these books are more for the preschool age and not for a baby. When I noticed a shout out on Twitter…

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8 Things Your Kids Need to Know About Failing

Failure is a part of life. There isn’t a human alive who hasn’t failed at one time or another. For children, failing at something can be difficult to swallow. Children aren’t often equipped to handle disappointment well and it’s not an easy lesson to teach for parents either. Here are few ways you can help your children with failure.

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Planning Your Garden

Gardening is an activity that is enjoyed by practically hundreds of millions of people around the world. It can be enjoyed by the very young to the very old, as it is a very gentle activity that does not require great feats of strength (or great strength of feet!). It can bring enhanced value to a home, and it can…

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Healthy Investments: Grow Your Money For A Larger Business

If you want to future-proof your business, you will need to think long and hard about what you will do with its annual profits. It’s not a good idea to simply leave all that money sitting in a regular bank account as it won’t be working hard for you. Any successful healthcare business owner knows that they need to invest…

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Book Review: Coming Home To Holly Close Farm by Julie Houston

Today it’s my turn to be on the tour for Coming Home To Holly Close Farm by Julie Houston. As I’m a farmer’s daughter I’ve always been drawn to books with a farm element so I thought this new release would be right up my street. Book Description Charlie Maddison loves being an architect in London, but when she finds…

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