Style: Yours Summer Clothing

Summer is finally here, and I’ve been spending these lovely sunny days in some new outfits from Yours Clothing. I picked out some versatile dresses that would be suitable for family days out and work too.   This dalmatian print dress comes in a few different colours but I think a white background gives you lots of options for shoes…

How to Take Your Own Family Pictures – 7 Tips for Beginners

ad Everyone loves family photographs – they’re so cute but can be pretty expensive! But you can do it all by yourself, and we’re here to help you. Check out our tips for free family photos and finally create your own!   Choose the Location and the Time of Day The first thing you need to do is decide on the…

Black deer festival review

Black Deer Festival 22 review

ad|Gifted tickets We spent last weekend at our first festival since 2019, Black Deer Festival in Eridge Deer Park in Kent. It was a weekend full of fun, music, food and relaxing together outdoors. Here’s a rundown of our weekend of festival fun! The Music We jumped around James and Jake Bugg; sang along  with Van Morrison & The Waterboys;…

Savvy getaways: How to make them happen

AD|collaborative post. You don’t have to be an economist to understand the impact of inflation. In truth, you only have to read the news. Prices are rising and are expected to touch everything in our lives. Unfortunately, travel is unlikely to be immune from this. However, there are ways and means to approach travel on a budget and piece together…

7 Perfect Activities for Families this Summer in South England.

AD|Partnered post Sun-kissed beaches and sweeping coastlines are all part of South England’s glorious charm. Throw in dramatic moorland, woodlands and ancient sites to explore, and you’ve got yourself the beginnings of the best summer holiday ever!  With plenty to discover and explore, kids of all ages will make memories to last a lifetime. There is plenty for the whole…

10 Ways to Stay on Top of the Clutter & Love Your Home

AD|Partnered post. Home is where the heart is, but clutter can be a dealbreaker when it comes to loving where you live. When your kitchen counter or the chair in your room becomes your go-to dumping ground, it’s time to rethink how you manage your belongings.  Refreshing your space can do wonders for your mental well-being and make you happier…

Campervan or Caravan? Which is best for a Summer Holiday

With the summer holiday season descending upon us with frightening speed once again, it is time for households and families to plan out their summer holidays and excursions. Purse-strings are tightening across the nation as a result of the growing inflation crisis, leading more families to opt for more cost-sensible domestic holidays. What better way to holiday domestically than with…

Review: Hoover Cordless H-Free 500

Ad – this product was provided to me but I was not compensated for my review. Cordless vacuum cleaners really are one of the best inventions as far as I am concerned. No need to mess about plugging power cords in, tripping over them and then needing to unplug them to move to a different room.  Also no need to…

All things Americana at Black Deer Festival

What is Black Deer Festival A festival of Americana. Expect three days of live musical acts both from America and inspired by all kinds of American music. Food and drink inspired by the good old US of A, The Roadhouse where you can see (& hear!) trucks, motors and motorbikes as well as browse the stalls for all things rock,…

Why is an RFID protective wallet a good idea?

What is RFID? Rfid stands for Radio Frequency Identification. You are probably using it in all sorts of things already, oyster cards, your pets microchip, your gym wristband and of course your bank cards. It’s what enables you to ‘tap to pay’. Why is an RFID protective wallet a good idea? It stops anyone with a chip reader (Which can…

Simple Ways to Make Your Home Feel Like New

Ad- collaborative post. When you’ve lived in a place for a while it can start feeling a bit dull and jaded. Sometimes the answer is moving house, but often the place you’re already in is the ideal spot and you just need to figure out how to make it feel special and fresh again. The argument for staying put is…

Interiors: Wardrobe Dreaming

Living in an old (pre 1900) house means that it’s not exactly built for warmth, and I tell you what, those Victorians must have been pretty warm blooded to survive a winter with no central heating! Although I guess they had open fires in their day, sadly they’ve all been blocked up now! We’ve been thinking of ways to try…