I think we have all seen and experienced the glorious weather lately. As well as wanting to be out in it a lot, I’ve also found the need to clean and have a good clear out of the house. We live in a 2 bed rented terraced and it seems it has been easy for us to just put things in a room or to the side so it looks relatively tidy but isn’t amazingly tidy, that bag of gift bags was still in the corner of bear’s room until recently, and we still have a dismantled dining table in our lounge and kitchen. But I’ve just felt the need to clean loads recently. Having the doors open, windows open and fresh, clean smells everywhere is my favourite thing now I’ve been getting ready for summer, our next job is to fully clear each room one by one (not just because we had a house inspection or we want to move at some point but “tidy house, tidy mind” and all that).
Putting together a family budget that everyone in your household can realistically stick to is harder
than it seems. While many of us come up with budgets, using our best intentions to predict our
expenditure over the coming months, the truth is that it can be incredibly challenging to try and
restrict your own spending – never mind the spending of your family too.
While you can spend hours scribbling on a piece of paper and calculating figures, it’s important to
have a plan in place that’s going to help you to stick to the decisions you make. Here are just a few
tips to help.
Currently, we live in a rented 2 bedroom terraced house. We’ve lived here for 5 years, but it definitely isn’t home for us. I’m constantly dreaming of our forever home. How would it look? Would we want a fixer upper, a little project to keep us going? How many rooms? Any particular features? Etc.
Hello my loves. I don’t think I’ve really started a blog post like that, I’m so sorry. Hello! I thought I would do this post today as I have been very kindly tagged by my lovely friend Lisa from Oh Luna and I thought, heck, why not?! You guys probably know very little about me (well, depending of course haha!) and usually, I’m a bit of an oversharer although I am definitely trying to change that. So brace yourselves, it’s a bit of a long one, but I hope it helps you guys get to know me better & I’m loving reading the tag from other bloggers too! (I’m a nosey cow, I’m sorry).
The Best Day Ever by Kaira Rouda is a bit of a psychological thriller. It’s set around one day with a husband and wife. Everything seems so perfect and well thought out for them, but the husband has slightly other ideas. If the book takes your fancy or you fancy bagging yourself £20 in Amazon vouchers or Paypal Cash, read on…