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unboxing the january illumicrate box – the strength within

using book box subscriptions to read more books i’ve started another reading challenge. i didn’t do it last year, i only managed about 26/52. i started reviewing the books on the blog, and i might do that again this year too however most of my bookish content can be found on instagram – you can follow me if you like …

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What Is The Right Age For My Child To Have A Mobile Phone….And Other FAQs

This is a collaborative post When it comes to our kids, we struggle with so many decisions on their safety and security. It’s difficult to know what age they should do certain things or can have certain things, you may have really strong feelings about something, but then their friends are allowed to do things which they’re not, and it …

Top 7 Things To Organise For Your First Couples Holiday

Collaborative post Photo by Asad Photo Maldives from Pexels So you’ve decided to go on your first holiday together as a couple. A scary but exciting time, there are certain things that you need to organise in advance and keep in mind while you’re away. A time when you’ll see your partner in a new light and spend every moment …

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Signs it’s time refinish or replace your wood flooring

This is a collaborative post It’s no secret that wood flooring adds value to your home, and it’s easy to see why. It brings warmth and sophistication and plenty of character! Like anything worth having, it does require some maintenance and upkeep. Despite your beautiful wooden floors being very durable, over time damage can occur and the protective coat begins …

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Learning About Politics Is Everyone’s Responsibility

The results of the recent election are still right at the forefront of my mind. I was upset, disappointed, a bit shocked at the result. I expected another hung parliament as the country has been divided for so long or a small Conservative majority but it seems the main issue was Brexit. I am saddened, I feel a bit lost …