It’s that time of year again, where we are out in the garden and looking for DIY tasks to complete before the bad weather of the autumn & winter returns. Last year we spent a lot of time doing home improvements inside the house, and certainly neglected outside of the house – so one of… Continue reading Replacing The Shed Roof!
Absolutely no one wants to hear the dreaded words come over the Tannoy. “Ladies and gentlemen, we regret to inform you that BA flight AB123 has been cancelled. Please await further instructions.” What a nightmare! People have work tomorrow, the kids are going bananas, and everyone is tired and frustrated. Because of these issues, it’s… Continue reading The Flight Is Cancelled – What Happens Next?
3 Reasons to have a Family Photoshoot This week, I have been looking through some old family photographs (the real kind, not ones stored in the cloud!!) and have realised how precious some of those memories are. They cannot be lost if a phone breaks, but they can be looked at, treasured, framed and passed… Continue reading 3 Reasons To Have A Family Photoshoot!
Touring caravans vs static caravans: which one’s better? Many people will begin to look at camping holidays as early as March, but is it better to enjoy these getaways in a touring caravan or a static caravan? Flogas, which can supply camping gas bottles to campsites and caravanners across the UK, weighs up the… Continue reading Touring Caravans Vs. Static Caravans!
Short luteal phase defect is a serious issue in the life of most women. When most people overhear the term defects being used describe their medical condition, they instantly think that something is naturally wrong with them. You shouldn’t think about this deficiency in a negative way, but rather, learn as much as possible about… Continue reading What Is A Short Luteal Phase?
When you’re looking for accommodation as a student, you’ve got a lot of choices to make: in the first year you have the option of university halls of residence, private halls or simply looking for a house to share with other students. Halls of residence are a good option: in an unfamiliar town you’re not… Continue reading Is It Worth Students Paying Extra For Catered Accommodation?
If you’re working from home you need the right environment to work in. In the short term, you might be alright simply working from a kitchen table or desk in your room, but if you’re doing it over the course of months or years, you’ll need a proper office to work in. This has all… Continue reading How to create a home office!
The bedroom should be the one place in your entire home, where you feel most at ease. It should, therefore, be the most comfortable and soft room, purely by style. But what makes a bedroom? It’s not just the bed itself; the room should be a haven, where you can let your hair down, get… Continue reading Soft On The Soul: A More Comfortable Bedroom Style!
I have weeds, tons of them. All different shapes, sizes and colours and I have no idea where they have appeared from so quickly. I did however, think that the problem was 99% sorted when I chucked a spray bottle of weed killer into my trolley at the supermarket. Liberally spraying it around, I waited… Continue reading At War With The Weeds!
Wall space is often a very underrated part of the home. We’re all concerned with floor space, we don’t care about what’s happening on our walls. This is a big mistake, as you can use your wall space very effectively to improve the way your home looks and functions. Keeping that in mind, here are… Continue reading 4 Clever Ways To Use Wall Space In Your Home!