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Switching to Smart with Hive (and tips on how to make the most of it!) [AD]

We’ve been trialling a new setup at home recently thanks to Hive, in an attempt to be clever with our energy and money. It goes without saying that winter has crept up on us this year. One minute we were playing in the park in shorts, the next we’re blowing the dust off of our

Having Fun at Home with Bella & Frank [AD – Review]

Over the last year, T has grown at a rate of knots. His school trousers from last term are now sat at his ankles, and his PE shorts are like hot pants. Because of this constant increase, we don’t often spend much time letting him pick new clothes. We know that as soon as he’s

Our Top Interior Tips Whilst Renting [AD]

Sharon and I have been renting since we moved in with each other in early 2000’s Whilst we would love to own a property, the current climate isn’t at all friendly for first-time buyers. Who has over £20k in savings these days? With this in mind, for the past 10+ years we’ve rented and have

Days Out: Amberley Museum [AD – Press Trip]

Over the past few months, we haven’t really ventured to cafes, pubs or restaurants and excursions have been limited ones that are primarily outdoors – such as a National Trust location. That’s not to say that we haven’t desperately wanted to visit our favourite museums and galleries, but we’ve personally felt safer just staying away.

Childcare.co.uk: A Helping Hand for Last Minute Childcare [AD]

With Sharon and I working full time, often with conflicting hours, luxuries like date nights can often sound like a thing of the past. On top of that, whilst blogging is still very much a hobby, I still need to find the time to knuckle down and do it. My days off are often reserved

Dinner (and lunch!) with Tuk In Foods [AD – Review]

Mealtimes are really important to us. It’s a time when we all get together and talk about our day, without distractions, and generally enjoy some good food together. Being a shift worker, I don’t get many mealtimes with the whole family, therefore when we do get to have dinner together, not only is it a