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Christmas Gift Ideas For Six To Eight Year Olds

My children now at that really awkward in-between stage where I'm really struggling to know what to get them. They don't play with toys as much as they used to and they already have a lot anyway, yet they're not quite at the stage of clothes or days out as they want things to open on Christmas Day. With this in mind I've put together a few things I've found that will suit this tween age for both boys and girls. I've separated them into 'girls' and 'boys' however thats not to say that any of these have to be gender specific, it's more for ease of writing!

Mrs' Hinch's Top Products & The Best Prices

As a lot of you will be aware, Mrs Hinch is the newest Instagram sensation on the block and has blown up as the go-to person for all your cleaning advice. From naming her products, to keeping her own 'Narnia' of products, there are many things that make this lady so watchable and the fact that she has hit one million followers in six short months tells you how much she is liked by her fans. There are several cleaning products that are Mrs Hinch's go-to's so I thought I would write a handy list for all you Hinchers out there, with some places I have found them and the best prices I can see, for those who are struggling.

Chronic Fatigue: Tips For Getting Through A Bad Day

Chronic Fatigue is a debilitating illness which will change your daily life completely. Some days you may feel on top of things and managing your symptoms well, however there will also be bad days when you struggle to move, are in pain and feel like you just don't know how to go on. I've put together a few tips I've come across in the six years of being diagnosed with the hope these will help you when you're having a bad day.

A Week In South Tenerife with Clickstay

On October 13th myself and two fellow bloggers, Sian and Laura, jetted off  to stay in a villa for a week in south Tenerife with Clickstay. I have visited Tenerife when I was a child, however I don't remember much about it at all so really had no idea what to expect from the island. When I was given the chance to spend a week abroad without my family I jumped at the chance - not because I don't want to spend time together, but I know how important time to yourself is. As a chronic fatigue sufferer, Autumn is a particularly difficult time of year so the chance to spend seven days in the sun and take time away from every day pressures was too good to pass up. Fortunately John was open to the idea and with the help of my mum we managed to sort out childcare so I could go.

5 Car Maintenance Tips for Autumn with Car Care Month

Did you know that October is Fall Car Care Month? Every year the Car Care Council give out advice on car maintenance as, with Winter not far away, it is important to make sure your car is in the best condition ready for the colder months. This will hopefully prevent any problems and therefore expensive car maintenance bills or losing money on the retail value of your car. With this in mind here are five top car maintenance tips for Autumn.

car maintenance for autumn

A Weekend In Cumbria With Sally's Cottages

A couple of weeks ago I was invited along with eight other bloggers to spend a weekend in Cumbria with Sally's Cottages. This was the third blogging retreat to take place with this group of bloggers, however it was my first chance to attend so I was really excited to get together with all the girls and have a good natter and relax.

6 Easy Ways to Declutter Your Home to Sell It Fast

The golden rule of house selling is to remove your stuff. Sure, your belongings are treasured and loved by you, but prospective buyers are unlikely to feel the same. They want to imagine living in your home, without you in it. A decluttered home also looks cleaner, more spacious and brighter. With fewer things to blocking the view, you can show off the best features. Don’t forget, you have only a few seconds to make an impression.

5 Tips for Getting Outdoors in Autumn with Chronic Fatigue #HotterWalkies

As someone with a chronic illness, I know that getting outdoors is both a huge challenge and an important thing to do. Add the cold and varying weather temperatures, Autumn can be a difficult time of year to get outside. Finding a balance between getting some vitamin D and not overdoing it isn't easy. I also have a little sausage dog who adores her walks and whilst my husband does the majority of them, it is a joy for me to be able to go along with them and watch her skipping in delight at all the pleasures of walking outdoors. I thought I'd put together a few tips for getting outdoors in Autumn that I have come across over the years, which can enable people with chronic fatigue to enjoy their walks without overdoing it.

getting outdoors with chronic fatigue


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