We were offered the opportunity from Antipodes Merino to review one of their sleeping bags. We use sleeping bags with Henry as he is such a fidget in the night that it’s great that we can use something that moves with him. Antipodes Merino is a little different to a lot of the brands on the market though as their bags are made from merino wool rather than synthetic fibres. This got the knitter in me excited and we jumped at the… Keep Reading
We were recently contacted by Kidloland and asked to review their app which is designed for toddlers and pre-schoolers and covers a wide range of topics. Think nursery rhymes, stories and activities surrounding a whole host of topics such as animals, fruit and vegetables, vehicles, numbers, shapes the weather etc. THE REVIEW At first I will admit I was hesitant; the Bear is only 2 years old and we try and limit her screen time but to be honest she… Keep Reading
Dylon got in contact a few months ago and asked me to review their fabric dyes, and although not my usual product I also am a crafter so thought that I wouldn’t mind giving dying my own fabric a go. What arrived was a great variety of colours and two immediately jumped out at me: a gorgeous vibrant ‘tropical green’ and a deep ‘burlesque’ red.
I was recently asked to take part in a marketing book tour for a brand new detective series hitting our shelves this month. Although the blurb was not the usual ‘style’ of novel that I would choose, this in itself convinced me to take part in the campaign as – especially with reading – I like to try and push myself out of my comfort zone.
Two babies in three years has left it’s toll on my body and I hereby declare that 2017 will be the year where I reclaim both my waistline and my fitness, and to help with this I plan to eat less and do more. Sounds simple right? The truth is that is both is and isn’t; the theory is simple but the application takes willpower which seems to have gone missing sometime back in 2013. To help though I will be aiming… Keep Reading