Playgroups & Prosecco by Jo Middleton – Book Review

**I was sent a copy of the book in exchange for this review.  As always all opinions are honest and my own.  This post contains affiliate links** I’ve written quite a few book reviews before and reading is something I love – so when Playgroups & Prosecco by Jo Middleton was up for review I couldn’t say no – could it be any more my cup of tea(or Prosecco)!

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I’m Here… Just About – Cleaning, Social Media Woes & Domestic Goddessness

Morning Huns, fellow mums and…. bums? It’s been a while I know – life has been a little all over the place and I’ve had to take some time out – mainly from social media.

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BOOSTme, Fun & Fitness At Home – Review

**I received a month’s subscription to BOOSTme in exchange for this review.  As always all opinions are honest and my own** Confession time – I love exercise but hate it.  Confused?  Me too… Over the years I’ve joined numerous gyms, classes, bootcamps – I’ve tried running, walking, hooping – and aside from walking which I’ve always loved I can’t find an enjoyable form of exercise. Back in December 2018 I was given six months by my Rheumatology consultant to get fit in the hope it will dramatically strengthen my back and hips and improve my chronic illness.  And that’s where BOOSTme comes in…

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My Living World Window Bird Feeder – Review

**We were sent a My Living World Window Bird Feeder in exchange for this review.  As always all opinions are honest and my own.  This post contains affiliate links** Spring is being to, well, spring – and we are starting to enjoy the odd sunny afternoon out in the garden again.  I’m not particularly green fingered but it’s not for want of trying – this year I’ve resolved to jazz up my garden and to make it pretty and to do something with it.

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Canal Boating with GoBoat London – Our Family Adventures

I’ll start this post with a confession – I love Great Canal Journeys with Pru and Tim so when we got asked to try out a ‘self-drive’ boat in London with GoBoat it was only ever going to be a whopping great YES from me. Few people know that London has a canal or two hiding away.  The Regent’s Canal is 8.6 miles long and connects the Limehouse Basin in East London to the Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal in West London; the Grand Union Canal being 137 miles of waterway stretching from London to Birmingham.

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