Review: Côte Brasserie, Maidstone

Review: Côte Brasserie, Maidstone

I met up with my best friend recently for a long overdue catch up and when I was invited to check out Côte Brasserie in Maidstone it seemed like the perfect excuse for an evening out. Côte Brasserie are a...Read More

How To Create An Open Plan Living Space

When you’re trying to create a space around the home that you love, you’re going to have an image in your mind of what you want. You may even know exactly what kind of design matters to you the most....Read More
Creating a Christmas Eve box

Creating a Christmas Eve box

We started a new tradition with the elf this year and another I'm keen to start is the Christmas Eve box.  The little dude recently turned four and seems to be very much into and understanding what's going on now....Read More
The Power of Positive Thinking

The Power of Positive Thinking

**This is a collaborative post** If you’re not down on yourself every once in a while, you’re either a saint or a liar. Everyone criticises their abilities or thinks their efforts aren’t good enough. Maybe you struggle with mental health...Read More

4 Principles Of Vintage Home Decor

Modern interior design trends are usually focused on minimalism and functionality which is great for some people, but it often lacks character. That’s why vintage design has made a big comeback in recent years. More and more people are starting...Read More

Is Your Garage Wasted Space?

It’s quite common for the garage to be completely forgotten or to be simply used as a place to store the car on cold, winter nights. The truth is though, that a garage can be so much more than that....Read More
Affording The Christmas Period

Affording The Christmas Period

**This is a collaborative post** Christmas is a stressful time of year for most people, and one of the main stresses during that time is money. There are so many things that you need to spend money on that it...Read More

Christmas Is Coming. How Ready Is Your Wallet?

**This is a collaborative post** In case you couldn’t already tell from the cold, dark mornings. Or the dull, gloomy afternoons. Or the fact that your heating bills have begun to skyrocket… December is well and truly with us. There’s...Read More
Coping with a chronic illness flare

Coping with a chronic illness flare

I've written about my chronic illness before and this month marks one year since I was diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis, an inflammatory disease that affects a lot of things.  It affects my back, legs and energy levels and at the...Read More
Ways to save money in Winter

Ways to save money in Winter

**This is a collaborative post** It's December.  Christmas is fast approaching and not only do with have presents to fork out for but our car insurance is also due.  I also get a little twitchy this time of year -...Read More
Review: Herodrive

Review: Herodrive

This is possibly one of the most exciting reviews I've done - especially when my little man loves all things DC Super Friends and anything with wheels... so when we were sent some brand new and exclusive Herodrive vehicles to...Read More
Review: Christmas at Bedgebury

Review: Christmas at Bedgebury

Yesterday was December 1st and all of a sudden the radio was blaring Christmas songs, lights appeared along every street and of course we put our Christmas decorations up - so we were feeling a little bit festive despite the...Read More
30 quick, cheap & easy Elf on the Shelf ideas

30 quick, cheap & easy Elf on the Shelf ideas

I'm throwing myself head-first into starting the Elf on the Shelf/Elf for Christmas thing this year - it's not something I've done before so I'm slightly clueless.  I've seen people on social media do elaborate and sometimes expensive things -...Read More