Wilf Kids Book Subscription + Giveaway

Wilf Kids Books Last November I received a Wilf Kids book subscription box for my youngest, Aaron (6). WILF stands for What I’m Looking For and was set up by Callum and Amelia to bring kids books they will love to read. The price of a 1 month subscription is £19.95, with discount if you […]

My Favourite Posts of 2016

Happy New Year!! 2016 came and went so quickly. It was an ok year for me. I went to my first ever blog meet up and met some really lovely bloggers and I also got invited to a Num Nums event and to go and see Santa. It wasn’t a very good year for me […]

December’s Review Round Up

With Christmas literally just days away, this will be my last post till after Christmas. And I am ending it with a review round up. The last review round up post was in October, so I have two months worth of things to share with you. So without further ado, here they are.     […]

Festive Drinks Round Up

A Little Drink at Christmas I am not normally a big drinker but I do like to have a drink now and again, and I always have a few at Christmas. It’s a little tradition for me and my husband to have a drink of Baileys or some Irish Cream on Christmas Eve while waiting […]

Making Your House Solar-Powered

Making Your House Solar-Powered Solar powered homes were a rarity just ten years ago. Now they’re everywhere. Better technology, cheaper panels, and supportive tax incentives have pushed solar power into the mainstream. Considering the impact solar power has on the environment, this is the sort of tech revolution that reignites your faith in humanity. The […]

Sneak Peek : Late Whitsun By Jasper Kent

  Late Whitsun – Blurb Brighton, 1938 … Charlie ‘Big Bad’ Woolf thought it would be easy money, and there’s precious little of that for a private detective in a seaside town. It was just a trip up to London to hand over an envelope – a favour for his old partner, Alan O’Connor. But […]

Stay Safe This Winter

Stay safe this winter.   Winter has arrived in full force; dark mornings, darker nights, falling temperatures and a heavy dose of rain. There’s nothing better than curling up on the sofa with a blanket and watching festive films with the family when the weather outside is miserable. Sometimes, for whatever reason, it’s required to […]