#LuckyLinky Week 30

Hello and welcome back to #LuckyLinky week 30. Thank you so much to those of you that linked up last week. 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…

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City Smarts: Keeping Your Kids Safe on a City Break

It can be an exciting adventure taking your kids away on a city break but you do also have to think about keeping them safe in such a busy part of the world, while still being able to take in all the sights.

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Income and Stats Report for September 2017

I apologise for being a few days late with last month’s income report. I’ve had so much work on it’s been nigh on impossible to keep up. Plus last week baby girl was really ill. The worst she has ever been. She had some horrendous virus that caused a high temperature and vomiting then a horrid rash came out. I…

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How To Prepare a Guest Bedroom

With less than 12 weeks until Christmas it’s time to start thinking about preparing for guests staying with you. Most people have family members stay with them over Christmas and we are no exception. My sister lives in Canada but always comes home for Christmas. She normally spends time at mum’s and with us, but because we moved into our…

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Our Families Need Us: Protect Your Family by Knowing What to Do After an Accident

We all know what to do to protect our families before an accident occurs. Three good ways are to make sure everyone wears their seat belts, ensure that your vehicle is in top condition, and focus on driving. But no matter what precautions we take, accidents are almost inevitable. The good news is that it is even easier to protect…

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My Hospital Care Story on the Journey to have my Daughter

Over a year ago I wrote about my birth story. Now as I’m newly pregnant with baby number 2, I have lots of time to reflect on the care I received during my hospital stay. In fact it’s given me plenty of time to look back on the start of my medical care, from 2013 on that day I started…

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The #ChileanEasyPeelers Challenge with Britmums

It’s gets to this time of year and the colds come about. In fact as I’m writing this the household has the sniffles, sore throats and runny eyes. One way we like to get loads of Vitamin C is to munch on little oranges as well them or mandarins/clementines/satsumas giving them the proper name. We were chuffed to be chosen…

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Cover Reveal: Hell to Pay by Rachel Amphlett

As you know I love to share with you my book reviews and the occasional book extracts, but today I have something a little different. It’s a cover reveal of Rachel Amphlett’s new book Hell to Pay from the Kay Hunter Series. Hell to Pay is book number 4. I’m a huge fan of her books so it’s an honour…

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#LuckyLinky Week 29

Hello and welcome back to #LuckyLinky week 29. Thank you so much to those of you that linked up last week. 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…

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Why its easier than you think to give your garden kerb appeal

Although we spend a lot of time planning out the hidden delights of our back gardens, space at the front of the house too often becomes a neglected wilderness. Broken paving, overgrown borders, and a general air of scruffiness take over quickly. But the space at the front of our houses is vital – a transitional space between public and…

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Autumn Checklist – Women’s Autumn Wardrobe and Accessories

My favourite time of year is here – Autumn. The colder days are upon us so now is the time to think about putting your Summer clothes away and think about your Autumn wardrobe. According to catwalk, futuristic fabrics, and tonal dressing is going to be in this season, but what does that mean?

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Kids Love Flying Toss Out the Kite and Get a Drone

Flying kites is fun, especially if you make one from scratch with your kids. This can help teach the principles of flight. It is interesting that the history of kite flying traces back to eastern China, and that the latest technological advancements in drone flight are coming from China as well. However, the first consumer drone that came to market…

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Toddlebike2 Review and Giveaway

We have been testing out the great little Toddlebike2 for about a month now. Baby girl loves it! When the opportunity arose to try it out, it came at the perfect moment I was trawling around the internet for a little ride on toy for her. At 19 months old now, she is the perfect age to get on it…

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