Did I say I was a book worm? I love reading whether it's on a kindle or a good old fashioned book, you will find me with a head in a book. Whether it's a romantic, a crime or even a history book the list is endless! I will keep the reviews fairly short as… Continue reading Books I think you should read…
You problay guessed from my previous blog that I 100% think cancer sucks! If you haven't have a scroll down for a read... This is problay one of the hardest posts I have written. But guess what people need to know what it's like to be a mum without a Mother. Yes I have family,… Continue reading Being a Mother without a Mother
In the UK we can now privately get the chicken pox vaccine it costs around £300-450 for one injection and you need two. So that would cost £600-900 or more depending on how many children you have and also if you have the money to spare! Mine would cost £1,800 if I got my children… Continue reading Vaccine Series Part 2 The chicken Pox vaccine
This post is Christmas related ..... Have you heard of Elf on the Shelf? No? Okay... to me it's a very American tradition. The Elf which arrives on the 1st December every year. The Elf is sent by Father Christmas to come and keep a eye out on your child and make sure they are… Continue reading Elf on the Shelf….
I have a slight problem with sugar! Yes that's right I admit Sugar is my weakness, it's one hundred percent not good for me, or anybody for that matter. Last year and the previous year (2014/2015) I would drink Lucozade as though it was going out of fashion. When we went to Zante (beautiful island… Continue reading I need to kick the sugar habit!
I'm sick to death with the amount of chemicals in cleaning products. I thought I would try a product called Method. There products are not tested on animals, the bottles they use are made from old bottles and their Nontoxic cleaners are also biodegradable. I am trying out the Method multi-surface spray in French lavender… Continue reading **Review post** Method cleaning products
The simple things in life are free, dancing in the rain, to seeing nature bloom and spending time together. Money doesn't buy happiness it doesn't buy sadness either. You learn to live within your means. You grow confidence in becoming a teenager, a adult and a parent you learn through the good and you learn… Continue reading The Simple Things