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Summer Giveaway from Top UK Bloggers

    Summer Prize Giveaway This is the big one, and I’ve been looking forward to sharing this summer prize giveaway which includes the hot tub of dreams! Read on for more info about all of the prizes and details on how to enter. I’m already wishing away and using my imagination to dream of long summer evenings relaxing in the garden with bubbles in the hot… Read More »Summer Giveaway from Top UK Bloggers

    Top Tips to Enjoy the Sun Whilst Working From Home

    Top Tips for Monetising Your Blog

      Content as we know is essential for standing any chance at ranking. It gives you the power to tell search engines who you are and what it is that you do. You can also expand your reach by creating informational content for your blog that answers key questions relating to your niche. Things like “how to select the right engine oil for my car” will… Read More »Top Tips for Monetising Your Blog

      The ultimate summer Holiday Bucket List – Family days out in the Birmingham

        1. Abbey Park | Evesham, Worcs. Manicured park with lawns, landscaped borders, a skate park, lily pond & water play fountains. 2. Ackers Adventure | Birmingham, West Mids. Outdoor activity centre with a range of activities to enjoy in over 75 acres of diverse landscape. 3. Acton Scott’s Historic Working Farm | Church Stretton, Shrops. Victorian working farm with shire horses, plus wheelwrighting and blacksmithing… Read More »The ultimate summer Holiday Bucket List – Family days out in the Birmingham

        Life After Lockdown

          Dare I say it….. life has resumed a sense of normality and it’s strange to say the least. After a year of limited social contact, as a bonafide extrovert who thrives on human interactions I spent the best part of a year on social media. Somewhere along the lines I still managed to lose a sense of self. I spent most of the winter with… Read More »Life After Lockdown

          Making it count

          Making it count

            This is a collaborative blog post Our year of home schooling is complete and whilst we’re all looking forward to a summer of fun with a roadmap out of lockdown it’s great to pause to reflect on what a year it’s been. There’s lots of things we have learnt over the last twelve months and some things we are going to change in our lifestyle… Read More »Making it count

            Our road map out of lockdown

            Our summer holiday Plans

              Boris announced that there’s finally light at the end of the tunnel and a new roadmap to get us out of lockdown in June 2020 and this meant that “staying home” would be no longer be a requirement . Since then parents have been planning to make up for lost time and making incredible memories with various things getting in the way – I’m getting… Read More »Our summer holiday Plans

              Lockdown through the eyes of a toddler

              Lockdown through the eyes of a toddler

                In retrospect The last twelve months have been traumatic for everyone. As adults we are able to explain feelings of loneliness and isolation, and pick up the phone to communicate with other people who understand. I’m pausing now to reflect on how it’s been with a toddler. The terrible two’s are a real thing, and during this time they learn new things at an exponential… Read More »Lockdown through the eyes of a toddler

                What a year it’s been

                What a year it’s been

                  Christmas Day has been and gone, I sat looking at the Christmas tree on the evening of 27th December feeling down that Christmas was over and that we have nothing to look forwards to. The news has rumours of another lockdown and tiers with more restrictions and there’s even talks about school closures. For a long time I’ve been waiting to see the back of… Read More »What a year it’s been

                  Writing a letter to Santa

                    This blog contains PR products previously gifted to us We have just come home from a little expedition to the postbox and I feel as though the countdown to Christmas has well and truly begun. We started this morning with the elf arrival and a Northpole Breakfast – I wasn’t sure how Arlo would react to it all. He was slightly overwhelmed if I’m honest… Read More »Writing a letter to Santa

                    All that glistens....

                    All that glistens….

                      I decided last week to buy some gold leaf on Amazon for the mirror above my fireplace. I painted the mirror bright pink in the summer and I loved the flashing colours but as we approach winter and I’m thinking about the Christmas decor I have planned I wanted to go for something a little different. I’ve never used gold leaf before so I bought… Read More »All that glistens….