Don’t Jeopardise Your Visa With A Silly Mistake

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There are many reasons why people need to make a visa application. From those wanting to study in the country to someone who wishes to marry their partner, the reasons vary dramatically. Nonetheless, no matter what type of visa you require, you need to ensure it is filled out correctly.

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3 Ways You Can Keep Your Wedding Covid-Safe

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Covid-19 still doesn’t appear to be going anywhere. The UK has recently lifted its restrictions regarding venues, pubs and restaurants. Still, the Delta Variant is working its way through the nation. Many feel that the rules have been lifted too early, and some top doctors are adamant that the UK will see another wave of Covid infections soon.

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Mum Muddling Through… a house move in less than twelve weeks

I’ve been pretty quiet on the blog front of late. Mainly because all of my energy has been focused on another project; project move house.

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How To Get a Better Night of Sleep During Pregnancy

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One of the more overlooked problems when it comes to pregnancy is getting a good night of sleep. Of all the things to do before your baby arrives, it’s important to prepare yourself for a couple of difficult nights because it’s hard to get accustomed to the added weight and stress on your body. Thankfully, there are many well-established tips to help you get a better night of sleep when you’re pregnant.

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How To Get Back Into Business After A Closure

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No one will want to go out of business, but sometimes, for all kinds of reasons, that’s exactly what happens. Businesses close every day, large and small, leaving the business owners with some decisions to make. 

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Children’s Hospice Week #PushedToTheLimits @ellenorcharity

Over the last couple of years I’ve been a proud supporter of the work of my local hospice, ellenor, right here in my home town of Gravesend in Kent.

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Creating a magical garden with Outdoor Festoon Lights by Elegear Lights (Ad) + discount code

Before we moved into our new home earlier this month, there were a few ideas I had kicking around which I had only dreamt of making a reality this summer.

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Creating a sleep friendly kid’s bedroom

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When our children are very young, sleep is one of our top concerns. Or, more specifically, a lack of it. Whatever we’re told, whatever we expect, and even if we’ve already been through it with older children, somehow the sleepless nights of those first few weeks and months always comes as a bit of a shock. 

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4 Tips to Feel Safe When at Home with Kids

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Today, the sad truth is that the world can sometimes be dangerous. This can be at school, in a shopping mall, at the airport, in a movie theatre and many other places. With this, people are constantly looking for ways to not only be safe but to feel safe.

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4 Tips for Searching for a Family-Friendly Home

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When moving house, there is plenty to consider and be mindful of, and usually it runs much deeper than just the budget.

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