Overnight oats seem to be an "in thing" right now, which sure as hell means that I have never tried them seeing as the closest I get to "being in" is sitting "in" on a Saturday night "in" my pyjamas. However, if you have seen my post 'SW Breakfast: Baked Oats, Tried and Tested' then [...]
I hate breakfast! In fact, I take that back. I don't hate breakfast if I'm in some schmancy hotel with an epic buffet where I can have a 5 course meal and still not be bored...cereal, yoghurt, fruit, waffles, bacon, eggs, pancakes, croissants, toast, jam...doesn't that all sound absolutely fantastic!? What a terrible bloody shame [...]
I think the toddler years are tricky ones to manage when it comes to days out and activities. Toddlers need constant stimulation and things to do to help them grow and develop and to prevent them from becoming bored. However, long days and lack of routine can make them equally cranky and difficult. Throw in [...]
There are a hundred blog posts that could be written about all the different ways of organising things in your home, so for my 'Bring in Spring' seasonal feature, where should I start?! In my opinion, the utility room is where it all begins because how can you start to spring clean your home if [...]
So, you have finally found the perfect house for you after trawling Rightmove for months on end and viewing more properties than you care to remember. You have made an offer, it has been accepted, and now you ache for the day when you actually receive those elusive keys and can call the house your home. The fact of the matter is that despite how hard it may have been to find you perfect house, and despite how disillusioned you may have felt when yet another viewing left you less than inspired, finding your property was the easy part of the whole process. Buying your property on the other hand is the hard part.