5 ideas you can steal for Valentine’s Day

There is no escaping the fact that this weekend it is Valentine’s Day.  Every shop is full of red stuff, heart shaped stuff, cuddly stuff, smell stuff or chocolate stuff.    As far as I am concerned the only thing I want for Valentine’s Day is a day in bed with Netflix and an endless

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Uncommon Valentine’s ideas

There is no escaping it, Valentine’s Day is next weekend.  And despite saying that we won’t do anything there is always that worry of “I know I said that but if I don’t get anything then I will be upset.  And if I don’t get him something because he said not to yet he gets

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The Top 10 Educational Xbox Games for Kids

Xbox games aren’t just for having fun and passing the time. In fact, there are many surprisingly educational Xbox games that are specifically designed with kids in mind. Continue reading to learn about the top 10 educational Xbox games for kids so you can give your kids games that won’t only entertain them, but also

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#FirstWorldProblems

. I first saw #FirstWorldProblems pop up on Twitter.  Tagged on the end of a tweet that was generally either being ironic, or taking the mickey out of somebody who was moaning about something that to them was huge but to readers was, well, a first world problem and, therefore, insignificant.   The idea being,

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Cheering myself up with Debenhams Flowers

. Last week I received an email asking if I would like to review some flowers from Debenhams Flowers.    I immediately thought of all the people I could send them to who could do with a boost.   After all, who doesn’t love receiving a bouquet of flowers out of the blue with a

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Saltrock Clothing

Buying clothes for my teens is virtually impossible.  To the point now where I just end up giving them money because whatever I come home with is met with that raised eyebrow thing.   I bought Jonnie a black cardigan for Christmas that I thought he would love, super slim fit, a thin one (not

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Room — A review

. It seemed this week that the country breathed a collective sigh of relief as children went back to school.  As routines were re-established.   Decorations came down and normality returned.   People could breathe out again and refill spaces they had to give up over Christmas, be that their office, their school chair or

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