Project Garden: Update (May)

*This post contains affiliate links As you may know from my recent post about it, we are giving my garden a huge overhaul this year. During the last burst of good weather we had, we actually went full steam ahead on some of the plans that I outlined in my previous post. But then, unfortunately, this run of absolutely horrible […]

What I Learned From Eating More Mindfully

*This post contains affiliate links. A couple of weeks ago, I reached a breaking point with my health. I suffer from an underlying health condition that makes me severely anaemic a lot of the time, and although I am taking iron for it, it doesn’t work particularly well. I’ve never been one of those “my body is a temple” people […]

10 Random Facts About me

*This post contains affiliate links. As I have been running some Facebook advertising recently, I’ve started to gain some new followers here and there from various platforms. Over the next few months, I will be sharing my garden renovation with you on both my blog and my YouTube Channel. But before I start letting you in my garden to nose around my herb patch (which the kitten […]

My Garden Goals for This Summer

*This post contains affiliate links. If you follow me on social media, you’ll be aware that last summer I treated myself to one of those huge pools for the back garden. Because we were in lockdown I thought “you know what, great, I’ll be in my pool all summer”. But the Great British weather meant that it could not be. […]

How to add the Facebook Pixel to Your Blog (and why you Need to)

*This post contains affiliate links I’ve heard so many horror stories about “Facebook Ads experts”. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve heard some great stuff as well, but the reoccurring theme for a lot of people that pay these experts seems to be they got charged a lot of money for not a whole lot of success with Facebook Ads. By […]

How to Date in Derbyshire

*This post was sponsored by Derbyshire dating. If you are reading this way in the future, the whole Covid-19 pandemic is probably well in the past by now. But where we are at as I write this post in the UK is that venues have just been able to open if they have outdoor tables and hair and beauty are now finally […]

5 Tips to Spruce up the Front of Your House

*This post was sponsored by Yorkshire Resin.  The recent Coronavirus situation has meant that we all had to spend more time in our homes, and because of this, a lot of people have been looking to see where they can make improvements. I’ve seen people do some wonderful things to their homes over the last few months, but sprucing up […]

The Big Sporting Event Comeback!

*This post was sponsored by Keith Prowse I just couldn’t get it out of my head. No matter how many times I told myself not to say it, I could NOT stop saying “the horse I voted for”. Newmarket were lucky to have me that day, were they not? After this little taste of live sporting events, I wanted more. […]

How to Date in Guernsey

*This post was sponsored by Guernsey Dating. 2020 was a weird old year, wasn’t it? I mean, we actually had the government telling us to wear face-coverings for certain situations. It all sounds a bit George Orwell doesn’t it? I’m writing this post in April 2021 when the UK government have given us a roadmap for the first attempt at […]

How to Date in Dorset

*This post was sponsored by Dorset Dating Site To be honest, we all got a bit excited when the government unveiled their roadmap to getting back to normal, didn’t we? The whole Covid-19 situation has been tough on everybody. But I think there are a couple of small blessings we can take from it (and I do not mean this to belittle […]

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