Isla and Noah received a fabulous kit from BEAR, it included: A Big Book Club cushion, fabulous books to read, a ‘reading cave’ sign and ideas on creating a bear cave for the kiddies to sit and read their books. It was just what we needed on a rainy day.
I was recently made aware of a campaign that the NHS are running called #Selfcare. It is basically highlighting to families that you do not need to go to the doctors every time something is wrong. You can treat yourselves for minor ailments with over the counter medicines. I for one, being a working Mum of two do not find the time during the “doctors hours” to visit and grab medications. It is easier for me to go to the Pharmacy at the Supermarket – that’s open until late into the evening.
Wayfair challenged me to spruce up my kitchen ready for Autumn. I love a challenge and especially ones like this where you get to make a real difference to a room. Trending colours for Autumn are orange and teal, two of my favourite colours and that inspired the products I chose. Great products at great prices. Don’t forget to check out my family friendly recipes below too…
All mothers will worry about their child’s health at some point, and so it’s vital they know how to assist their kids in typical situations. It’s likely that your loved one will pile on the pounds at some point during their childhood and end up overweight. When that happens, it’s essential that parents research the subject and implement the right strategy. The last thing anyone wants to do is make the child feel as though they’ve done something wrong. For that reason, use some of the advice from this post to ensure your little ones become as healthy as possible. In most instances, you just need to use some common sense. However, a basic understanding of human psychology is going to come in handy.
Shopping is one of the most enjoyable times you could indulge in (assuming you have money) but we can get easily carried away. In fact, it’s entirely possible to go on a spending spree and come back with plenty of new garments yet still have enough cash left over to get home. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of tips that will help you make the most of your next big shopping spree so you can look stylish without making a huge dent in your wallet.
Everything in the house can be cheered up by a little Disney. In my opinion anyway. With my parents-in-law currently in Disney land Florida, it inspired me to think about what I could do at home. I love Disney. Here are some of my fabulous ideas of ways to sprinkle a little Disney into your home:
Imagine this: you take a photo, it is awesome. You want to sell photos online for the best price. You download Gallerist and guess what, you can do exactly that! It is a great tool for selling and buying photos, showcasing your work with other like-minded people and getting some inspiration from others.
Many home owners accidentally waste money on their homes year after year. However, there are many ways you can be savvy and cut back on your expenditure, which will boost your bank balance. Read the six money saving tips for your home.
If you are currently living on quite a tight budget, finding the money to keep your home up to date can be tricky. Most people can just about afford the smaller items like soft furnishings and ornaments and are able to re-paint every couple of years. Fortunately, you can do a lot by changing these items regularly. However, at some point, you will need to re-furnish, which is when it gets difficult because furniture costs a lot of money. Luckily, there are ways to keep that cost down. Here are my favourites.
Buying a new car for yourself and your family can be a life-changing decision. Whether you are investing in a ride for your growing family or a small city run around for you to use to get to work, it’s important to take your time and do your research to find the best option for you.