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Can you tell us about how you got into interior design?
It started out as a need rather than a vocation; I could only afford to live in places that needed doing up and redecorating. I didn’t have much money so I had to do it myself. So in my first flat I bought an end of line carpet off-cut and underlay and laid it myself. I painted the whole place, re-tiled the bathroom (I cut myself to shreds!), made pelmets for above the windows, and got a friend to help me lay new patio. Read More »The Wood Window Alliance Q&A with Andrea Mclean
The port city of Malaga, situated on the southern coast of Spain, is often overlooked as a holiday destination — travellers opting instead for the iconic neighbouring Andalusian cities of Granada and Seville. Malaga has been rebuilt in recent years. Visitors will now find an area with much to offer, particularly when it comes to family attractions.Read More »Ideas for a Trip to Family Friendly Malaga
One of the great things about moving to a new area is that you have lots of new places to discover. It also means that you don’t have to travel far for your next holiday. This weekend we went on a mini-break and we were only 27 miles from home but quite frankly we could of been anywhere in the country.
We had sun, sea and spectacular views! What more could you want?Read More »Ladram Bay Holiday Park Review
As well as my ‘trying to live a simpler life mission’ I have also been looking into switching all of the beauty products we use for natural and organic products. I hate the amount of chemicals that our skin is exposed to on a daily basis, from shampoos to washing powders. In the ideal world I’d like to get rid of everything bad in our house but that is going to take time to make the switch. I’m making a start with our beauty and bathroom products.Read More »Organic Skincare – Delight Touch Review
This Easter holidays we were invited along to Beverley Holidays in Paignton for a mini break. It was perfect timing as far as I was concerned as the Easter holidays are always a tough one as the other half is away a lot; manically trying to get the boat ready to go back in the water for the start of the boating season. This gave us something to look forward to and an opportunity to spend some time together as a family.
Today I thought I would share our experience with you.Read More »Beverley Holidays Review – Mini Break in Paignton
Our daughter, Lowenna, is one of the most contrary people I have ever come across. If I ask her to go upstairs and put some trousers on she will come back down in a skirt.If I ask her to get me her hairbrush she will come back with her toothbrush.
Unlike her older brother who’s sole aim is to please, she relishes in the fact that she is being awkward and the more awkward she can be the better. I’d like to say it’s a phase and she’ll grow out of it but she has been this way since she was a baby.
I’d like to say it’s a phase and she’ll grow out of it but she has been this way since she was a baby.Read More »20 Reasons Why my Daughter will be Late for School
A few weeks ago I was having a really bad day! You know one of those where everything that could possibly go wrong did go wrong. To top it off I then received some rather nasty comments on my YouTube channel which I know is not uncommon and is one of the hazards of the job of being a blogger but that doesn’t make it any easier. Anyway following a day of crap I sent out the following tweet on Twitter…Read More »Aztec Spa in Torquay Review
In my pre-children life I worked for a big charity for over 8 years and in that time I did my fair share of fundraising. We did everything from ladies nights to bake sales. I still like to support charities whenever I can and I’m keen to get my children interested in fundraising. Today I thought I would put together 10 fundraising ideas for families. Read More »10 Fundraising Ideas for Families