How ready are you for Christmas? Did you start your shopping during the January sales or are you planning on doing all your gift buying during Black Friday? If you have a lot of presents that need to be wrapped, now is a good time to start thinking of when and how you want to wrap them.
Whether you love to book out a day to get everything wrapped up or you prefer to wrap gifts as you go along, here are some top tips to give your wrapping skills a boost this year. View Post
They say that moving house is much easier in the summer than the winter. And there has to be some truth to that statement. Move to a new house in the summertime and you won’t be battling high winds, torrential rain or even snow, while you’re carrying boxes to and from your car. So, if you’re moving house why not try these useful tips to make the journey to your new life in your new home a littler easier! View Post
Today I have a compelling guest post about social media screening. Many employers look through social media (Twitter, Facebook etc.) as well as a CV to get an idea of your character. As such, it might not be such a great idea to have that drunken Magaluf photo as your profile picture! Instead, you could use your profile to your advantage! Please read on, as it makes for a very interesting read. View Post
It sounds simple, right? Go to some shops and have fun trying on some dresses, until you find “the one”? It’s only when it comes to going to bridal shops that you realise there’s more to it. It helps to do some preparation before you go wedding dress shopping! Here are my top tips: View Post
Autumn has been teething since just before Christmas, when she was 3 months old. I felt sorry for her, even more so as she didn’t quite have the coordination of babies who are of average teething age (around 6 months) to hold teething toys in her mouth herself.
Here are my top tips for helping a little one that is teething and lacks the coordination to help themselves very much: