Muddling through the midweek meal planning with Simply Cook (Ad) + £1 trial

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There was a time I loved to cook. Hovering around in the kitchen creating meditteranean platters, spicy curries and obscure vegetarian dishes packed with flavour and texture.

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A guide to choosing the perfect wedding venue

One of the biggest decisions facing any couple that have recently got engaged is where to get married! There are lots of things that you will need to consider when choosing your ideal venue and for some people the task can seem daunting and overwhelming. The main thing to remember is that it’s your day and you need to find somewhere that you both love and that represents you both as a couple.

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TFMR Moments; Speak Your Truth

A few weeks ago I posted a blog post opening up about my experience of TFMR, seven years ago. It was something that despite years of processing the trauma and healing, still felt incredibly difficult.

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Simple sustainable swaps #BeTheChange

Over the past year or so I’ve been seeking out small changes to my consumer behaviours which reduce my personal impact on the planet.

Each change or switch on it’s own might not move mountains, but I’m already starting to feel like the cumulative effect of consciously exploring options IS helping to reduce my carbon footprint.

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The Menopause – Am I ready?

As a generation of modern women, how we roll our eyes and laugh about the days women were ashamed to talk about periods to their children. I mean, imagine being too shamed to discuss the natural cycle of a woman’s hormones at an inevitable stage in her life.

Imagine anything more ridiculous than that.

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Ways to #LoveYourLocalHospice this Valentines Day @ellenorcharity

February is the month of LOVE, and boy do we have so much love to give this year. The hug bank is overflowing, the weekends are empty and the idea of spreading a little love to those needing it right now is SO welcome.

But Love doesn’t just come in the form of cupids arrow, wobbly knees and lusting after the one of your dreams; Love truly is all around.

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How To Have A White Sofa With Toddlers Around

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There is just something so beautiful about a white sofa. It’s sleek, stylish, and it goes with everything. Except, perhaps, toddlers.

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7 things I’m leaving behind in 2020

Things feel a little bit heavy right now, and let’s face it, January has never ranked high as the best of months, even without a crippling national lockdown and home schooling thrown into the mix.

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What is the impact of Covid restrictions on our children?

It’s 2021, yay. We are still under tier 4 restrictions, boo.

Here in Kent it’s been a long while since the hazy days of summer and the distant memory of the October half term because we never really came back out of November lockdown 2.0.

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Getting stuck in to DIY repairs at home

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Have you ever wanted to be handier around the home? Are you sick of paying overpriced contractors to do something simple that even you could do? Or waiting for someone else in the house to get them done?

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