We were really kindly sent a humongous box of goodies from Googly Fruit! Including crunchy puffs, crunchy fruit snacks, and fruit pouches, as well as a cute alphabet book, and some stickers-this pack was a massive hit with my two children!
Is it only me that worries when their child is unwell, not only about what they could have and how I could help, but also about wasting doctors time!
I’m such a worry wort, I concern myself that if I keep going to the doctors surgery, they’ll start to think I’m crazy and not take anything seriously!
I’m always Googling (I know I shouldn’t), so when I found out about Caidr, a new app which enables you to check symptoms, Google took a back seat!
I thought I’d do a quick roundup regarding how I’ve been getting on at the gym I attend, since I last updated you all!
We were kindly sent 6 bottles of cooking sauces from The Saucy Affair, to try out, and review!
If you’ve been following my blog posts recently, you’ll know I’ve recently joined a new gym in my area.
To find out more about the gym I’m attending, head over to my previous blog HERE, and keep an eye on my website and social media channels for more updates about my fitness journey!
It’s that time of year again people-the last payday before Christmas is almost upon us, so the panic buying can commence!
So, I’ve taken it upon myself to give you a helping hand-and give you some ideas for presents with some handy gift guides!
Today’s gift guide is the most important (don’t let anyone tell you different!)
This is a gift guide, for busy Mums!
We were sent some drinks to try out from Appy Kids!
Who are Appy Kids?
Before we begin, shall we talk about the elephant in the room? Like how I’ve always admitted I love cake, and how the only exercise I ever do is 1-2 hours walking to and from school/nursery a day?
Well, I appear to have hit a time in life, where I’ve decided to stop moaning to my husband about the baby belly I still have 4 years after having my last child (let’s face it, it can’t be classed as a baby belly anymore, can it) and do something about it! Continue reading
Some have heard of this term, others may be wondering what it is.
To clarify, “helicopter parenting” relates to a parent that hovers around their child, being overprotective, shadowing them, keeping a short distance between them, in case of accidents and other life issues.
This is me. I’m a helicopter parent. The thing is, I don’t want to be one. I certainly never chose to be one. It kind of just happened. Continue reading