I do love a flutter on the lottery. Husband is part of a syndicate with his family for the National Lottery and we usually make sure we buy extra tickets when there is a big rollover, especially the bumper EuroMillions ones. We haven't won big yet but I've dreamed up lots of home improvements for when we do finally match a few numbers! When Lottoland got in touch asking us to review their lottery betting website I jumped at the chance to see what other lotteries from around the world are available on their site.
Your home is a place where you should be able to relax. Rather than paying money for a spa break, why not pay to upgrade your home so that you can enjoy spa treatment 24/7 from under your own roof. Here are just a few ways to convert your bathroom into a place of respite.
We have recently moved house and there is a lot of decorating to do. I mean every room and we are talking major redecoration, not just a lick of paint. But this is our forever home so we have the rest of our lives to sort it out!
Playtime is so important for kids. Not just because it is fun but because it helps them to learn and develop. My youngest is particularly imaginative and loves to play pretend while my eldest is more reserved preferring crafts and colouring. But no matter how your child plays this fab infographic shows how many benefits it has for our kids and I'm astonished it is even more than I realised!
Daniel Gluck is 101 in a state of extended sleep and not sure if he is dead or young again. Elizabeth Demand is 32, single, looking to the future in a country divided by a historic vote. This story is set in a post Brexit Summer filled with hope and hopelessness in equal measure.
We've finally moved house! Hurrah! One of the (many) rooms which needs a complete overhaul is our kitchen. Not only is it dated but definitely wasn't designed with kids in mind! You may also be in this situation, a stylishly placed dishwasher, built in knife block and low-placed wine rack aren't very practical when there are little ones running around!
So how can you make your kitchen kid friendly without comprising style and sophistication? Don’t worry – you don’t have to wrap everything in bubble wrap either! Here you’ll find a few tips on how to make your kitchen a safer place for everyone to enjoy.
We moved house this week which was rather epic. A lot of mixed emotions flying around. Whilst I am super excited to me move to a bigger home saying goodbye to our old house which holds so many wonderful memories was difficult. We bought both our babies home to that house. The little room which was the nursery both times was the hardest room to close the door on. So I’ve decided to share a picture of our last meal together in the old house before I start making new memories in our new home.
If your kids are anything like mine they have been badgering you for a pair of Heelys for what feels like forever! These must have 2in1 shoes allow kids to go from walking to skating in a flash. Just in time for Christmas I have a pair of Heelys X2 Fresh shoes from skates.co.uk in the colour and size of your choice to give away to one lucky reader.
The NHS released data that 58% of women in England are obese and more than 1 in 5 children in Reception were overweight, which goes up to 1 in 3 children by Year 6. It is therefore, of little surprise that dieting culture surrounds us constantly with various passing sensations and quick fixes. The question this raises though is how to sift the fact from the fiction?
Rather manic here this week as we finish the final packing for our move but we did wrap up warm for our school fireworks display which was rather spectacular.
Artist, Baker and Blogger. Mum to my two beautiful, cheeky girls. Muddling my way through parenthood with equally cheeky Husband.