With gathering restrictions eased further and the summer season here, we’re finally able to get together with friends & family again, and begin having fun times like we used to.
Add to that the Euro 2020 tournament being in full swing, when is a better time than to have a garden gathering with a barbecue? A BBQ is one of my favourite things in the summer – I’d have one every week! Read more
I think we’ve all realised that Christmas is going to be a lot different this year than it usually is. No trips out, no big gatherings, no Christmas parties. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t still enjoy all of the festivities, right? Other than spending time with family and seeing them open their presents (I’m more of a giver than a receiver), do you know what my favourite part is? FOOD! A lot of people have a lot less disposable income this year too, so we need to find savings anywhere we can. That’s where Jack’s Supermarket comes in handy. When you head to your local Jack’s you can find all your festive favourites for less!
Christmas is almost here once again, and although this year has felt like more of a challenge than most – a lot of us are still looking forward to spending some quality time with the people we love over the festive season.
If you are hoping to host some of your closest family and friends at home this Christmas and want to make the most of the time – there are some great DIYs you can do to up your hosting game and really make an impression on your guests.
Here are some of the fun things you can do this winter to host better at home.
If you’re a long time follower of the blog then you may know that some of my household are big Harry Potter fans. If you’re a new reader then hi – I hope your love of all things Potter brought you here! As a family we have quite a collection of Harry Potter merchandise; from Lego to clothes to books to car stickers (don’t judge me!) and much more. The newest addition is a Magical Capsules surprise toy.
You’re likely reading this article because you’re fed up of living in the big smoke and long for countryside living. Despite its small size on a map of the world, Britain has plenty of areas that are rural and away from the hustle and bustle of major towns and cities.