Turning Garbage Into Fun With Re, Cycle, Me

AD | Includes gifted item and affiliate links (marked with *)  Erin loves a craft, and we spend a lot of time doing this every single week. Buying craft kits, or even just various craft items, can mean being left with lots of plastic packaging or bits that you don’t use. We’ve recently been introduced to some great products, called Re, Cycle, Me. These are craft sets that aim to turn garbage into things such as art, games or even a princesses for a party! These sets come with a bit of a difference though. While you get most of

3 Simple Ways To Create An Incredible Child’s Bedroom

AD | Collaborative post If you are eager to spend some lockdown time renovating your little darling’s bedroom, the chances are that you are eager to create a magical space that they can retreat to and enjoy spending time in. Do you remember when you were small and you were envious of the boy who had a Thundercats mural on his wall or the girl who had an amazing princess palace theme from their walls to their bed? As a parent, you can now create a bespoke space for your little one to adore. He or she can now be

Sink And Float Tuff Tray

AD | Includes gifted item and affiliate links (marked with *)  Erin loves doing experiments, especially if it’s something that involves water. Something simple to use the Tuff Tray* for is a sink and float experiment. What you’ll need Chalk or pens to write on the Tuff Tray Large container for the water Random selection of items from around the house We started out by marking off different areas of the Tuff Tray. I did think about putting different pieces of card down for each section (sink and float) but then quickly realised that they would get really wet and

Children’s Book Review: Drastic Plastic And Troublesome Trash

AD | Includes gifted item and affiliate links (marked with *) This week’s children’s book review is all about Drastic Plastic And Troublesome Trash. It was published by Welbeck Publishing and can be purchased on Amazon*. We don’t think twice before we buy something new and when we go to the shops we take the packaging for granted. But where does all our rubbish go to and how can we keep it under control so that it doesn’t ruin our planet? This thoughtful but incredibly fun book enters the mysterious world of recycling, discovering how materials such as plastic, glass,

Staying Healthy And Well In A Heatwave

AD | Collaborative post Summer is here, and although we can experience a variety of weather in summer, the temperatures are rising. When you’ve got a home that is warm, the whole family can be impacted. It can be hard to sleep when it is too hot, and you can also start to feel a little unwell as a result. You can become dehydrated and generally irritable if you don’t take some steps to keep cool, and to keep well when there is a heatwave. So with that in mind, here is your ultimate guide to keeping cool in a 

5 Ways to Make a Full-Time Income Working From Home in 2020

AD | Collaborative post How many times have you driven to work and during your commute wish you could work from home. Well, if you’re like most people, you’ve had this thought more than once. The key question is why are you wishing you could work from home when the reality and ability to work from home are right in front of you? A lot of people are afraid of losing the full-time benefits with their 9 to 5, while others are afraid of the potential for unstable income. While those concerns are legitimate, they’re also unnecessary. There are several

Switching Our Electricity Supplier To Bulb

AD | Includes referral link I think it was back in April, or maybe it was late March, that our tariff ended with our electricity supplier. We had been with Scottish Power since moving into this house 6 years ago and never really thought much about it. However, we had nothing but problems since lockdown started. Everything to do with our account was generally done online and we had switched tariffs multiple times before with no issues. This time though, for an unknown reason, the change would not stick. This meant us having no set tariff for weeks and our

Tips for Creating a Rustic Garden

AD | Collaborative post In the world where fast fashion and mass production seem to have reached their peak, it comes as no surprise that some people are returning back to basics. That’s one of the reasons that the rustic design is becoming so increasingly popular. In layman’s terms, the word “rustic” is often used to describe something that’s simple in nature, yet sturdy, usable and practical. However, in the décor world, rustic pieces are the ones that are of high-quality and somewhat unique in terms of not really being able to obtain them just anywhere. That’s why the rustic