You probably know because I go on about it all the time, but I’m getting married soon. Yay! So I thought it only fitting to review the the Biscuiteers congratulations collection when they offered up some samples. The Biscuiteers specialise in memorable treats to give to the superstars in your life. What better way to… Read More Biscuiteers Congratulations Collection Review – The Perfect Wedding Gift!
I was recently lucky enough to attend #Hairfest charity night, hosted by the Cutting Club, Cleethorpes. The aim was to raise money for local charity, Supporting Local Champions, whilst having a blast at a fun, festival themed pamper night. At this event, I met fellow blogger Katie Middleton and (I’m hoping she’ll agree) we hit… Read More #Hairfest at the Cutting Club, Cleethorpes
When Pat from White Camellias invited to me to be a guest co-host for the #StayClassyMama link up, I was thrilled! I join as often as I can and always enjoy the posts linked up. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank her for inviting me, and trusting me to help out! Anyway, on… Read More #StayClassyMama Link Up Number 66
Something that a lot of parents know is that it soon becomes important finding a way to fill up the time. There are many times when you might find yourself getting a little bored. It might be when your child has just gone off for their first day of school. Or maybe it is just… Read More 4 Old Hobbies With Beneficial Effects
I priced up a rabbit the other day. It turns out the going rate for a good hutch, an outdoor run and the rabbit itself will probably set you back about £200. I do not have £200. I’m not probably I’m sad enough anyway. Getting a family pet is usually a joyous occasion, but for… Read More U ok hun?/ A Rabbit Probably Isn’t Going to Fix This
Some of you may realise from my social media that my current car situation is dire. I have a car that costs me about £500 to drag through its MOT each year (and usually about another £200 in miscellaneous repairs throughout the year too). As someone who has a child at school across town, a… Read More Buying a New Family Car
While accidents cannot be controlled, we can however, control the impact of them. When we talk about the impact, we tend to imagine physical injury and vehicle damage. But an accident, whether its a big one or a small one, usually involves many factors in it, including a chance for you to recover your loss… Read More 4 Things to Do After a Car Accident
My dad died when I was twenty-five. Twenty-five is supposed to mean you’re an adult. Twenty-five is supposed to mean you have your own life and you don’t need your dad any more. Twenty-five is too soon. We knew it was coming; he’d had cancer for a while, but nothing really prepares you. I don’t… Read More For My Father (Who is no Longer With Us)
I was originally going to call this post “Online Bingo: My Secret Shame”, but that would have been silly. Bingo is awesome and everyone knows it! I feel like I’m a bit of a stereotypical 30-year-old mum, sitting around in my leggings and playing online bingo, but my love for the, er… sport(?) started about… Read More I love online bingo!
So you’re about to have your first beautiful bundle of joy — Congratulations! And welcome to a few years of non-stop nursery rhymes, baby feeding every 3 hours, and figuring out what each little coo and cry means. Despite the fact that these are going to be some challenging times, you’re going to love every… Read More Car Buying Tips for New Families