Monthly Archives: June 2021

Five Easy Ways to Brighten Up a Kitchen

Five Easy Ways to Brighten Up a Kitchen

Something we’re currently dealing with in our house is a pretty dingy kitchen. It’s a long, narrow room with windows at one end, which means that you need to have the lights on in there no matter what time of day it is to be able to adequately see. I’ve been brainstorming some ideas recently of how we can brighten the room up, seeing as adding another window isn’t an option, and this is what …

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Everything You Need To Know About Respite Care

Everything You Need To Know About Respite Care

You are a wonderful soul if you have taken up the responsibility of taking care of an eldery person at your home. But if you have a job to work on and a house to manage, then it might start taking a toll on your mental and physical health both. This is why caregivers are an essential part of each society. They are the best helping hand for people who are unable to manage and …

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7 Wash and Care Instructions for Hunting Clothes

To be effectively cleaned, shooting clothing demands specialized treatment. In certain situations,not even all cleansers are compatible. Some can harm breaking threads or decrease the performance of certain camo gear vital characteristics. While most professional hunters understand, other less skilled shooters might not even know how to clean the clothing. Don’t be concerned if this is the case. Today, we’ll go through exactly how to care for hunter’s gear using the proper ways. While most …

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Summer’s Here – It’s Time For A More Positive Outlook

Summer’s Here – It’s Time For A More Positive Outlook

There aren’t many people who can say they’ve enjoyed the past year. The pandemic has been hard, and has had a huge impact on most people’s mental health and wellbeing.  But with things looking more positive at the moment, it’s also time for you to start looking on the brighter side, ready to enjoy a great summer and get your health back on track. Shake off the past year with the following tips for ensuring …

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Things to Look for in a Childcare Centre

Things to Look for in a Childcare Centre

If you decide to put your child in a childcare center, you surely know how important it is to choose the right childcare center. Hopefully, this is where your child will spend the next few years – you certainly don’t want to confuse them by moving them to a new childcare too regularly. This is where they’ll make friends, learn skills, and start to develop their personalities. But how do you know when you’ve found …

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Updating My Custom Doll House

Updating My Custom Doll House

You may remember that I posted some years ago now about the doll house that my Nan and Grandad built for me when I was a child, and how I planned to renovate it. Well, life well and truly got in the way and it has, unfortunately, lived in my mother-in-law’s loft since then. However, with the summer holidays getting close, I’ll have a lot more time on my hands and I’ve decided to make …

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5 Ways to Take Care of an Older House

A few years ago, Husband and I were going through the process of findung new contents insurance and one of the online calculators asked us when our house was built. A little bit of searching revealed that it was built in 1920, making our house now over a hundred years old! There are a few things we’ve had to do to keep the house in tip-top condition, and I thought I’d share a few of …

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Five DIY Tips for People With Zero DIY Skills!

Five DIY Tips for People With Zero DIY Skills!

Despite the fact that we live in rented accomodation, Husband and I like to do as much as we can to make our house feel like a home, and we’re both pretty happy to get stuck in when it comes to DIY. As well as doing our best to keep the house and garden looking nice, our landlady also sometimes looks to us for basic maintenance to the property and it’s generally something we’re happy …

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Five of the Fanciest Addresses in the UK

Five of the Fanciest Addresses in the UK

While I’m a good socialist and don’t feel the need to be stinking rich, I’m also a HUMAN and often have wandering thoughts about where we’d live if money was no object. I do love a good rifle through the pages of Rightmove, and let’s face it, it’s a lot more gratifying to look at huge, fancy houses than your average two-bed semi in Reading! With this in mind, I thought I’d show you some …

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Five Ways to Improve Your Hearing

Five Ways to Improve Your Hearing

Having had glasses since I was 11, my eyesight is something that I’m very conscious of taking care of. I have regular eye tests to make sure that I have the correct prescription and try to limit screen time to avoid eye strain. However, in recent years, it’s also occured to me that I probably need to think about my hearing. I often put the subtitles on as I realise I’m struggling to catch every …

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