Sunday, 17 November 2019

How To Make Your Kitchen More Family-Friendly



The kitchen isn’t just a place to prepare meals. Although we certainly cook in our kitchen, the space has many other purposes, making it the heart of family homes. Children love spending time in the kitchen, especially when cooking with mum and dad. However, many kitchen areas aren’t designed for little people. When renovating your home, therefore, it makes sense to switch this space up. With that in mind, here are six ways to make your kitchen more family-friendly. 

Thursday, 7 November 2019

Book Smarts And Life Smarts: The Lessons Your Child Needs To Learn Before University

You begin to realise that time is precious with your children when they start to fill out their university application forms. They are moving onto the next stage of their life, and this can mean that you are partially mourning the loss of your little baby. But on the other hand, if you are like this, you've got to think about what you've already armed them with in terms of skills. If you've spent a long time looking after your precious baby, have you given them the appropriate life skills to cope? In its most basic sense, moving away to university is about learning to function by yourself. But we can make things a lot easier for them by giving them appropriate skills. Let's give you some of these.

Monday, 4 November 2019

Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe


One thing I love about this time of year is seeing all the pumpkins and now more than ever there is such a huge variety. They are great fun to carve, but also make great decor pieces. I love having them dotted around my home and I love a trip to the pumpkin patch with my little family.

Friday, 1 November 2019

3 Fantastic Autumnal Gifts To Your Household

What does autumn mean to you? 
Most people, when they think of autumn, picture a carved pumpkin head, kids wearing extravagant Halloween costumes and a lot – and we mean A LOT – of rain. The positives just about leverage the negatives. But it doesn’t change the fact that you’d happily switch Halloween celebrations for an extra month of summer. After all, it doesn’t matter how cute your wellies look. A rainy day is never fun, especially when it’s cold and windy on top of it! During the summer, your garden looks bright, welcoming, and full of life. The bees and butterflies are flying around your flowers while you can spot a handful of young frogs swimming under the water lily in the pond. The autumnal season, however, has transformed the garden significantly. Brown leaves are gathered on the ground, covering everything in a disgusting mush. The bees are long gone, and even the birds are staying hidden in their nest to avoid the worst of the rain. Thankfully, you’ve got the Halloween sweets to inject some joy in your life, right? 
But, not everything is terrible. In fact, there are plenty of fantastic seasonal gifts for your household, and that includes rain. Here’s why you need to embrace autumn. 


Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Spend Less Dosh On Your Dog

The average dog owner spends £1770 per year on their furry companion. This cost includes various things from vaccinations to grooming. Of course, it’s possible to spend a lot less than this while still giving your dog a good quality of life. Here are just some of the big ways in which you can spend less on your dog.
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