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We occasionally have the pleasure of reviewing different products. From days out to clothes. If it’s something that suits the blog we will review it.

Little red riding hood – a review for La Coqueta

Little red riding hood – a review for La Coqueta

Today on the school run I was stopped, not once, not twice but three times to have people comment on Matilda’s new coat. One lady described it as “the most beautiful red coat she had ever seen”. It’s probably too beautiful really to wear to school but I don’t want to hide it away. The problem with keeping clothes for children for best is that the clothes will never get worn, especially when you live in the country and have…

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Grown out of it – a guest post

Grown out of it – a guest post

Recently I have discovered a wonderful local company called ‘Grown out of it’. A company that really impressed me with their ethos on recycling. I am delighted to share a guest post from Sharon and Michelle, explaining everything that they have done, please take a look and pop over to the website after reading, it’s such a fabulous concept. The UK based charity WRAP (The Waste and Resources Action Programme) has estimated that £140 million worth of clothing goes into…

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Treating myself – a swimming costume review for UK swimwear

Treating myself – a swimming costume review for UK swimwear

I have had my swimming costume for years and my bikinis for even longer. It’s just not a priority for me, like most of my wardrobe my costumes date back to BK (before kids). Even though my daughter has a different swimming costume for every day of the week and my son the same, I have the one staple costume that comes out for the gym and holidays. When contacted by UK swimwear I initially hesitated as I don’t generally…

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Swimming with Swimfin

Swimming with Swimfin

When D was born we had him in the water at a few weeks old without armbands. He never used them, he was swimming lengths unaided by four years of age. Things changed with Tilda, life was busy and it was easier to throw the arm bands on her and let her float with little effort and it’s the little effort that’s the issue. Arm bands stopped her using her arms and really making little effort with her legs when…

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Most Effective Affordable Carpet Cleaning Methods

Most Effective Affordable Carpet Cleaning Methods

If you want to save money on cleaning your carpet, you can use several home carpet cleaning products – turpentine, soap, sawdust, salt or even cabbage! At your own risk, as people say. If you know the price not only of money, but also of your time, and you want to quality services, then just contact Prolux Cleaning specialists! Prolux specialists work only with highly effective eco-friendly cleaning agents, which do not contain any chemicals. This means that each procedure, offered by…

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