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Perfect family activities for the Easter weekend with John Lewis

Perfect family activities for the Easter weekend with John Lewis

We were asked to set up the best Easter Sunday fun for our family using the products on the John Lewis website. There is so much choice, my imagination ran wild. I had so many ideas and I wanted to share them.  VIEW the POST

Getting school uniform ready with John Lewis

Getting school uniform ready with John Lewis

If, like me, you are a working Mum that has just over 2 weeks to kit the children out with their new school uniforms (replace the scuffed shoes, torn edged trousers and chewed jumper sleeves!) you will want to get as much as you can in a "one stop shop". John Lewis is just that. John Lewis challenged me to find everything I need in their school uniform shop, and I managed to get everything I needed for under £100.VIEW the POST

The top five Christmas adverts of 2016

This is the top five Christmas adverts of 2016, in my opinion. With the release of so many interesting and funny, cute and emotional videos from some amazing brands out there I thought I’d put my top five together. My favourite has to be #BusterTheBoxer, mainly because the advert just makes me feel happy and it’s all about family. I love the anticipation throughout, the way the story is told and just the look on Buster’s face when he finally gets to bounce at the end. Made me smile from ear to ear. I also now want to film my trampoline throughout the year incase we have resident wild animals that enjoy a bounce whilst we are fast asleep.  

Brabantia – Touch Bin Deluxe in red

We recently moved into our lovely new home, what better way to show off a fantastic product and test it out too. Our kitchen is very "red" themed and so I couldn't wait to get the lipstick red Brabantia touch bin deluxe home and give it a whirl.  VIEW the POST

My Top Tips For Weekend Wear This Autumn

My Top Tips For Weekend Wear This Autumn

The days are once again getting shorter and it’s time for us all to think about our autumn wardrobes. I think that the best place to start is to find all of your clothes from last year and check whether they still fit, as well as whether they have any snags or tears. It might take a couple of hours to do this, so perhaps you should think about doing it on a quiet Sunday afternoon. Once you’re done, there are a couple of things you can do next; the first is to take your unwanted clothes to the charity shop, and the second is to go shopping! VIEW the POST