2018-06-25

Shopping on WISH – A gift guide of things you don’t want to buy

Disclaimer I love Wish, and many nights I find myself looking at random things on there wondering if it’s legit. If there is wine involved I normally hit the buy button and 4 weeks later have a fright when random stuff arrives at my door. This post is not sponsored in any way, nor am
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Couple thinking

Why Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why is even worse

TRIGGER WARNING – THIS POST TALKS ABOUT THE GRAPHIC NATURE OF 13 REASONS WHY SEASON 2, MENTAL HEALTH, SUICIDE, SEXUAL ABUSE, DRUG USE AND MORE. PLEASE BE AWARE OF THIS IF YOU CONTINUE TO READ ON. THANK YOU Last year I wrote a very open post about the Netflix drama, 13 Reasons Why and how
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Prepare to battle – Pillow Fight Warriors

Yesterday, 8th April was National Pillow Fight Day! How awesome is that? To celebrate this day, Love Bomb Cushions based in Leeds, sent us some new pillow fight warriors which are designed especially for challenging your friends and family to an epic pillow fight battle. We received two shield visions, with a lovely Celtic style
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Valentine’s for Singles – Self love and random acts of kindness

Valentine’s Day as a single person, it can be daunting for some. The day of love, the day of romance, the day of over priced cheap pink and red chocolates and cuddly toys. It doesn’t have to be about that though. For me, it’s about loving and embracing who I am, sharing love with not
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Airhogs Micro Race drone

REVIEW – Airhogs Micro Race Drone

We were offered the chance to review the Airhogs Micro Race Drone by SpinMaster and Nathan was beyond excited to get his hands on this new gadget. With an age range of 8+, Nathan who is now 11 thought it was a great toy for big kids of any age who love to play with
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Chocolate pot garden

Dine well with The Worsley Marriot Hotel

You may have read our blog post about testing out the delightful breakfast at The Worsley Park Marriott Hotel and Country Club earlier this year. When we were invited back for a bloggers evening to sample the new menu from The Grill, who are we to say no to such an offer when we had
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Teaching children to drive with Young Driver

At first when I heard that children could start driving at specialised courses from as young as 10 in a full sized car, I could not quite believe it.  Part of me thought the idea was crazy and how on earth could children manage to drive a car being that small – then I realised,
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The art of sharing with Prezzo and Britmums

When I eat out with friends and family I love to share food.  There is something beautiful about being able to share food, especially good food we love, with those that we care about most. It was something that I was encouraged to do when growing up and something I have continued with Nathan, too.
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The reality of online dating

I have posted previously about some of the wonderful messages which I get from being single and having an active dating profile.  It is a daily occurrence that I get at least one random message which either makes no sense or is just down right perverted. I am not to be deterred though in my
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Foodie Friday – Ta’am Manchester

Give Nathan the choice of food to eat and he will pick from a short list. Burgers, wraps, curry or pasta. We were recently invited to Ta’am in Manchester and after a quick glance of the menu, I knew Nathan would be in his element. Martine welcomed us with open arms as we arrived to
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