18th November 2019

5 Places to Have The Best Santa Experience for Celebrating this Christmas Holiday in Ireland

*This is a collaborative post. Everyone in Ireland is excited as Christmas is around the corner. This is the time when the entire country gets into […]
18th November 2019

Kids Christmas Gift Guide

*Ad – Gifted. All opinions are my own. Shopping at Christmas can be overwhelming and it is super easy to get caught up in the excitement […]
17th November 2019

What I’m Doing For Me

*Ad – Paid. All opinions are my own. It seems like almost a taboo subject, out of bounds, off limits. I don’t know about you but […]
15th November 2019
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The Dream Pillow | Promoting Good Dreams

*Ad – Gifted. All opinions are our own. I have never made a secret of the fact that we have always struggled with Alyssa’s sleep. Right […]
14th November 2019
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The Board Game Christmas Gift Guide

*Ad Gifted. All opinions are my own. I don’t know about you but I love board games. I always have. I have very fond memories of […]
13th November 2019

Colorland Review

*Ad – Gifted. All opinions are my own I take so many photos. It is actually something I am really glad that my job requires of […]
12th November 2019

The Foodie’s Gift Guide to Christmas

*Ad – Gifted. All opinions are my own I am a foodie there is no denying it. However, what feels like it has cemented me well […]
6th November 2019
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WOW! Stuff Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak Review

*Ad Gifted. All opinions are my own. I have always been a huge Harry Potter fan. I can remember borrowing the first book off of a […]
6th November 2019

How To Create The Perfect Princess Bedroom

*This is a collaborative post. There comes a time when your little one outgrows their nursery setting, and this calls for a bedroom revamp. Opting for […]
2nd November 2019

Top Shops When Furnishing Your Home

Ad – Paid. All opinions are my own. We all have different tastes and different aesthetics when it comes to what we would like our homes […]
2nd November 2019

Refreshing Our Winter Wardrobes with the #AceWinterRefresh Challenge

*This post is an entry for the Britmums #ACEWinterRefresh Challenge, sponsored by ACE for Colours Powder. Get help for all kinds of stains with the ACE […]
1st November 2019

Know Your Worth

Put me in front of someone who is insulting, putting down, attacking or plain just being mean to someone I love and care about and I’m […]
1st November 2019

Santa Magic with PNP – Portable North Pole Review

*Ad – Gifted. All opinions are my own! Hello. My name is Katie and I am a thiry-something year old woman who believes in Santa. No […]
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 […]
28th October 2019

Shire Hall Dorchester – A Review

*Ad – Press Trip. All opinions are my own. As I have said many a time, I count myself very lucky to live somewhere with so […]
23rd October 2019

Thrive Online Christmas Market 2019 Giveaway

[Ad – I have previously worked with Thrive on other projects but am receiving no payment or product of any kind for this post.] Have you […]
23rd October 2019
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Unexpected Playground

About a year before Alyssa started school, I said to myself…right you have a year to lose weight so you don’t embarrass her in the playground. […]
22nd October 2019

What Goes Into a Solid E-Commerce Platform?

*Ad – Paid. All opinions are my own. E-commerce solutions are no longer reserved for big businesses alone. Countless Beverley entrepreneurs have taken to the Internet […]
22nd October 2019

Silentnight Breatheasy Memory Foam Mattress Topper

*Ad – Gifted. All opinions are my own. I have never hidden the fact that I haven’t gotten much sleep since the arrival of my little […]
21st October 2019

Household Management – Monthly Payments You Can Shave for a Savings

*This is a collaborative post Trying to run a household can be difficult no matter what size of family you might have. People also have to […]
16th October 2019
shot from above, a womans legs on a grey bed, wearing dark leggings, bare feet, with a silver laptop and one of her hands on the mouse pad

What I Learnt Going Self-Employed

*Ad – Paid. All opinions are my own. Starting your own business and going self-employed is scary…believe me I know. I did it 3 months post […]
16th October 2019
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Why I Love London

*Ad – Paid. All opinions are my own. I never thought I would say this and I thought it would pain me to admit it but […]
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 […]
3rd October 2019

How to Stay Safe on a Road Trip

*This is a collaborative post Somehow I always seem to end up going on road trips. Whether planned or not, I always somehow end up on […]
3rd October 2019
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All Because I Am Fat

I knew I didn’t feel well. I woke up with a busy day ahead and the sore throat I had felt coming on the night before […]
11th January 2019
a child riding a bike down a street into the sun

5 Free Activities For Kids in Winter

Let’s face it – in general January sucks. You’ve just spent out a fortune, a lot of us more than we could necessarily afford, on Christmas, […]
10th December 2018

101 Things to Do Before Your Child Starts School

When writing a new post recently, I went looking for a post that I wrote in the very early days of my blog called “Mummy and […]
8th December 2018

Weymouth Sealife Santa Experience Review

This year, I have a feisty, talking, independent little three year old who is full of Christmas spirit and the magic of Christmas . I showed […]
1st November 2018

3 Tips for a Child Friendly Home

When I enter someone’s home for the first time, I take a brief moment to take it in and admire it and then I go into […]
23rd October 2018

My First Scalextric & Scalextric Endurance – A Review

My daughter has never fit into a box of what she likes to play with. She’s never fit into a stereotypical box either – she may […]
8th October 2018

But Mum… I’m Bored!

I can remember quite clearly being a child and telling my mum I was bored. Her response? Well, go outside and play or find something to […]
29th September 2018

Casdon Chip ‘n’ Pin Till Review

We love our role play toys. Alyssa has such an amazing imagination that anything seems possible when she is playing. She is not overly fond of […]
21st September 2018

Squirrel Play Toys Range Review

I’m a sucker for a good wooden kids toy. I love them. There is something about wooden toys that make them feel so lovely and almost […]
16th September 2018

Play Fun with The Sticklebricks Fun Tub Farm Set & More Review

When I was a child, I can remember having Sticklebricks. They were a big thing and I can remember having a tub full of them and […]
21st August 2018

Free Toddler Activities in the South

Let’s face it… you get to the end of the summer holidays and you’re probably a bit strapped for cash and thinking thank goodness they’re going […]