Festive dining with Poundland

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I don’t know about you but getting the table just right for Christmas Day, along with making sure we have all the foods we love, is pretty important to me at Christmas time. Nothing beats the smell of the turkey in the oven, pigs in blankets and my absolute favourite, red cabbage. That cooking means that Christmas has finally arrived!

The Magic of the Portable North Pole

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It’s finally December and the Christmas countdown is in full swing meaning that it’s time for pulling out all the stops for creating some Christmas magic. Last year I discovered The Portable North Pole¬† (PNP) for my boys and it was priceless seeing their reactions to their very own video message from Santa. So when I was asked if we’d

A closer look at my JORD watch with a giveaway

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I actually haven’t worn a watch for a few years now and the last time I received one was for my thirtieth birthday. I wore it until the battery ran out and then I never wore it again because the jeweller was expecting ridiculous amounts of money to send it off to replace the battery. So being a little tight

Autumn shoot in the woods

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The colours that Autumn brings just makes it the loveliest time of the year for taking photos. These woods are really local to us and it’s somewhere that we love to take the children and to kill two birds with one stone so to speak, we took some photos of everyone while we were up there. The boys were playing

Annabel Karmel’s new freezer favourites

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One of my first ever weaning books was one of Annabel Karmel’s and still to this day, I love the recipes she comes up with and the style of her books. They’re not just aimed at babies, they’re also aimed at families as a whole because preparing a family meal for all to enjoy is of course much easier when