20th October 2021
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How to Fit Wellness into a Busy Schedule

*This is a collaborative post. Wellness is an important factor in our lives, but it is frequently disregarded for something else. Whether a busy work schedule […]
18th October 2021
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4 Reasons Why You Should Take a Hiking Vacation

*Ad-Paid. All opinions are my own. A Hiking vacation, hut trips, treks: many people swear by them! Not only because they find hiking and nature so […]
18th October 2021
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10 Ideas How Parents Can Reduce Kids Screen Time

*This is a collaborative post. Today’s children are growing up in the age of technology, where everything is electronic. Smartphones, tablets, laptops and other devices provide […]
7th October 2021

The Importance of Reading with Children

*AD-Paid. All opinions are my own. From a very young age, Alyssa has always had an incredible imagination. Quite honestly at times, it has completely blown […]
28th September 2021
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The Next Challenge: What To Do Now All Your Children Are in School

*This is a collaborative post. It gets to a point when we feel that we almost put out to pasture as a parent. And it happens […]
22nd September 2021
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3 Tips for Managing Kids Clubs

I have been called mad and totally insane and I wholeheartedly agree with that statement when it comes to my daughter and her clubs this year. […]
15th September 2021

Slow Cooker Vegetarian Mexican Burritos Recipe

My family has always had a real love of Mexican food. It lends itself to being very easy to make vegetarian, very easy to make large […]
10th September 2021

Posterlounge: Completing a Home

*AD-Paid. All opinions are my own. When I eventually move into my own home, which I sincerely hope isn’t a lifetime away I know I am […]
10th September 2021
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What Do You Get The Person Who Has Everything?

*This is a collaborative post. People often say that they’re either good at buying gifts or bad at buying gifts. In truth, though, you can’t make […]
4th September 2021

Desenio: Helping to Create a Gallery Wall

*Ad-Paid. All opinions are my own. I love walking into people’s homes and having a nose at how they have decorated. I really don’t think I […]
2nd September 2021
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6 Sports That Can Help You Strengthen Your Bond With Nature

*This is a collaborative post. Strengthen Your Bond With Nature; it has never been as important as it is today. In fact, spending time in nature […]
31st August 2021

Visiting Belfast

*Ad-Paid. All opinions are my own. I have a bit of a thing about accents, always have. Something about someone with a really strong Irish, Scottish, […]
31st August 2021

Amazing Benefits of Using an Oil Diffuser in Your Home

*In collaboration with Emily Jones An oil diffuser is a product that has only increased in popularity over the years and many people name as a […]
24th August 2021
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Strengthen Your Bond With Your Partner in 6 Simple Steps

*This is a collaborative post. The relationship you have with your loved one is bound to change drastically over time. You can’t expect the honeymoon period […]
24th August 2021
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Staying In Your Own Home

*This is a collaborative post. Although I am young and fit and healthy I do often concern myself with what the future holds. One of the […]
24th August 2021
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Choosing To Cruise

*This is a collaborative post. I have friends that have taken cruise ship holidays and enjoyed the whole experience. I also have friends that would not […]
16th August 2021
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6 Ways to Avoid Buyer’s Remorse After Buying A House

*This is a collaborative post. In a July 2021 survey, 68% of homebuyers in the UK admitted feeling a great deal of remorse after buying their […]
2nd August 2021

Buying a caravan or motorhome from Wandahome

*Ad-Paid. All opinions are my own. With the current state of the world and the changes to the world going forward in the next few years, […]
29th July 2021

Why You Should Keep Your Own Chickens

*This is a collaborative post. Keeping chickens in the garden has become increasingly popular over the last few years. Some people wouldn’t consider chickens to be […]
29th July 2021

Tips For Helping Your Kids Look After Their Teeth

*This is a collaborative post Helping your kids look after their teeth can be a challenging ordeal.  In the morning, their tempers can be foul, and […]
27th July 2021

3 Embarrassing Ailments and How to Treat Them at Home

*This is a collaborative post. As we make our way through life, there will undoubtedly be times when we feel embarrassed about certain things. While it […]
23rd July 2021
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Creative Ways To Represent Your Brand

*This is a collaborative post. Advertising and brand recognition are essential to your product’s continuation. When consumers automatically associate a specific font, shape, or colour scheme […]
23rd July 2021
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3 Popular Countries for Brits Looking to Emigrate

*This is a collaborative post. Have you ever wondered about how life could be different if you moved abroad? Many people ponder this life-changing decision at […]
20th July 2021

Toilet Cleaning Hacks That Work

*This is a collaborative post. Cleaning a toilet is one of the house chores that most homeowners don’t fancy. While it might seem like one of […]
7th July 2021
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How to prevent a bad credit score

*This is a collaborative post. Keeping on top of your person finances can be tricky. However, one of the best places to start is to look […]
13th January 2020

5 Quick & Easy Back Drop Tips for Instagram Photos

*Ad-Paid. All opinions are my own. Let me start off by saying that I am by no means an expert when it comes to taking photos. […]
29th October 2019

Slow Cooker Vegetarian Sausage Casserole

Anyone else feel like the temperature has plummeted?! I am definitely feeling the winter vibes and my slow cooker is getting a very good work out […]
16th October 2019
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Autumnal Apple Pie Muffins Recipe

I love baking. It’s not always a success (just ask my family about the never to ever be mentioned again microwave cake!!) but most of the […]
28th September 2019
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Slimming American Pancakes

I’m fairly sure that I have spent about 90% of my life on a diet… just the way it goes I guess but rest assured I […]
25th July 2019

Vegan South-East Asian Curry Recipe

Ad – Paid Collaboration Let’s face it… it’s hot and not a lot of people do well in the heat. I LOVE the heat but it […]
5th June 2019

Syn Free Falafel Burger with Salsa Recipe

I used to make this recipe all the time and completely and utterly forgot about it. However, I have recently rediscovered it and of course it […]
25th May 2019
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Syn Free Roasted Med Veg with Mozzarella & Crusty Bread

This is one of my absolute favourite recipes, and so easy! This is one of those one pot wonders – 1 pan and an oven that […]
4th January 2019

5 Vegan Breakfast Recipes

Those who follow my blog know that I am a vegetarian and that I am of course raising my own little vegetarian too. You don’t have […]
5th December 2018

Quick Slimming Mushroom Soup Recipe

I love soups, especially in the Winter as there is nothing better for warming you up whether you’ve been outside or not and looking out there […]
30th November 2018

Tomato Garlic & Mozzarella Filo Tart Recipe

I know we’re in Winter and it’s all about the pies and stews and whacking out the slow cooker but it’s also nice to still have […]