Christmas books at Stillwater books.

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias It can’t have failed to escape your attention that Christmas is coming, and where I’m concerned, that means books. So the other day I popped into town to do a little bit of book shopping at our […]

Motherhood #voiceofmums

Motherhood. It means so many different things to different people. For me, when I think of motherhood, I think of that moment when I first held each child in my arms, and it felt like something physically rearranged inside me to fit this new person into my heart. It’s a powerful emotion. At that moment […]

Creating memories

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Recently I was sent a rather adorable teddy bear and some Fairy washing stuff. It’s part of Fairy’s #PowerofSoft campaign. Time passes so quickly when they’re little. It feels like only yesterday when they were tiny newborns enjoying those super soft cuddles for hours on end and pretty soon they are starting to do all […]

Nectar Summer Picks

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We’re halfway through the summer holidays here in England now, and I’m willing to bet a few parents are starting to feel the budget pressures mounting up, and the inspiration running out. Nectar has some suggestions to help your money go that little bit further and stave off the boredom, starting with this video. Their […]

UnmuteUK – let’s get public service working for us

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I am a huge fan of the NHS. I think having a National Health Service is an absolutely fantastic thing for all of us, and I’ve done lots to campaign against the sneaky sell offs going on under the current government. (Look up #TTIP for the latest attack.) But. At the same time, they do […]

Scottish Friendly Children’s Book Tour

Teri Terry

For anyone who hasn’t read widely on my blog, a quick heads up – I love books. I can see the rest of you shaking heads with a no, really? kind of look I also love sharing books with my children. (That wasn’t news either was it?) As well as all of that, I love […]

Lost as to what’s going on with ISAs and New ISAs? Worry not.

Scottish Friendly New ISAs explained

If I had money to save, I might use an ISA. I did, once. Have money that is. And an ISA, I think. Back in the those heady days when we had one child and two salaries. *deep sigh*. It’s been quite a while since I’ve had to worry about saving or investment options, which […]

Shopping for Samsung at Vodafone

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I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for #CollectiveBias and its advertiser. My Samsung phone (a Galaxy Note 2 since you asked) is a big part of my life. Even sat here typing on the netbook it’s sitting next […]

Feeling good with Gok Wan and Activia

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So a little while ago I posted about the new Activia campaign all about how feeling good comes from within, and how you can let the feel good out with dancing. And I said that I was going to be meeting someone a bit special as part of my involvement with the campaign. The meeting […]

First beach trip of the year with my own little Dora the Explorer and her Backpack

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I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for #CollectiveBias and its advertiser. Dora the Explorer has been a part of the family here for more years than I care to remember. Big used to watch it and speak Spanish […]

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