Bumper Father’s Day Gift Guide 2022 — AD

Looking for a bumper Father’s Day gift guide? Or wondering what to buy this Father’s Day for your own father, grandfather, significant man in your life? Well this is the gift guide for you. I have a whole host of fabulous ideas, some of them under £10. Please note that these items were all sent for the purpose of inclusion in this gift guide. Winston the Highland Cow — Red

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Father’s Day Foodie Gift Guide — AD

If the men in your life are as big a foodie as the men in mine then this is the gift guide for you this Father’s Day. Packed with gift ideas for foodies this Father’s Day so shall we get straight to it? Oh and don’t forget to check out my other Father’s Day gift guide if you are looking for more general ideas this year. Please note that these

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Five perfect bridesmaid gifts

This post contains gifted items It’s that time of year isn’t it? The warm weather always coincides with wedding invitations landing on the doorstep, and I think this year more than ever couples are making the most of the extra bank holiday in June as we have a few invitations for next month already! One of things on a couple’s to do list might also be what to buy as

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Easter Gifts Guide 2022

This post includes gifted items sent for gift guide inclusion Easter traditionally is a time for chocolate right? Well I thought I would do a bumper Easter gift guide that doesn’t feature chocolate but has a few other Easter gift ideas. So if you are finding yourself wanting some Easter Gift ideas, here goes: Blade and Rose When these arrived I couldn’t wait for Lily to try them on. And

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Five top tips for buying a first car {AD}

Buying a first car, and what you need to look for and think about, has changed massively since I bought my first car in 1987. Yes, I am that old. When buying a car now though should you get something nice and cheerful or should you think about car servicing and other costs going forward? My first car was a Vauxhall Cavalier, it was bright red, and cost £6 a

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18 alternatives to Wordle you didn’t know you needed

If you are as addicted to Worldle as the next person and can’t wait 24 hours for your next fix here are 18 alternatives to Wordle you didn’t know you needed. Click on the headings to be taken to each of their websites. And thank me later. Heardle Guess the name of the song within one second Factle This is a bit temperamental if you are on wifi, you might

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Mother’s Day Gift Guide — 2022

This post contains some items that were sent for inclusion in a gift guide With lighter mornings our thoughts start turning to spring, dont they? Of there being brighter days ahead, generally, and of there being more sunshine and happier times. I dont know about you but I do find winter a bit of a struggle so this time of year is one of my favourites. And of course with

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Have you ever tried a “cycling” desk? (AD)

I must admit I hadn’t until recently but these, along with standing desks, have always intrigued me. I couldn’t work out if you could actually work at a cycling desk, surely trying to cycle and type at the same time would be as impossible as patting your head and rubbing your tummy, right? When Flexispot got in touch recently then to ask if I wanted to try their cycling desk

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February Binge Worthy TV

Following on from January’s Binge Watch post here are a few things I think you might like to binge on TV this month. Hidden Assets — BBC4 There seem to be an awful lot of crime dramas about at the moment, some of them a bit too heavy to binge all in one go. This however is brilliant. Yes it’s crime and yes somebody is found dead in the opening

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January binge worthy TV

Funny old month January isnt it? This year more than ever I have wanted to spend January indoors and on the sofa rather than out and about. I am not ashamed to say that I have spent many an afternoon or early morning bingeing TV programmes and now even have a list on notepad of trailers I have seen and think “oooh that sounds good”. Back in 2015 binge-watch was

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Signs it is time to replace your pillows — AD

Did you know that you should replace your pillows every one to two years? It does depend on the pillows though, but that is a general rule, get rid of it every couple of years. But outside of what are some signs that it might be time to replace your pillows? You can fold it in half I didn’t know this until I attended a sleep event a few years

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Christmas Gift Guides 2021 — The one for toddlers and children {AD}

It’s that time of year! It’s Christmas Gift Guide time, and the first one I am hitting publish on is this one for toddlers and children. It has been lovely saying yes to trying out and reviewing toys and gifts for this Children’s Christmas Gift Guide that I know Lily is going to love this year. Previously I have declined accepting items we wont be able to use so its

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