Monthly Archives: July 2017

How To Buy School Uniform On A Tight Budget

The average cost of school uniform for a child at secondary school is £316, for a child at primary school, it’s £251 according to Independent UK. The cost of school uniform can be expensive for parents especially those with children starting primary or secondary school. Here are some tips for buying school uniform on a… Read More »

Family Day Out At Wollaton Hall and Deer Park

Do you enjoy family days out? A few weeks ago we visited Wollaton Hall and Deer Park which is located in Nottingham. Wollaton Hall building was built in 1588. It’s run by Nottingham City Council but it used to be owned by a family. It’s famous for screening some scenes in Batman: The Dark Knight… Read More »

5 Tips To Find Useful Tutors For Your Child’s Education

If you discovered that your child has some skills, or has difficulty understanding on any subject, then for sure you’d to want to help him. But you do not have the time –or the patience –to guide him. Then, finding the right tutor can be the best solution. With a helpful tutor, you can enhance… Read More »

Stolen By Susan Lewis Novel Review

Here are is a book review of Stolen By Susan Lewis About The Author The author of the novel Stolen is Susan Lewis. She is a British author, she has written over 30 best-selling novels. Story Line Of The Novel This novel tells an emotional story about Lucy Winters who had loving parents but always… Read More »

Pack of 5 – UK to EU Travel Adaptors Only £2.39

Great offer on these only £2.39 . Free postage Never get stuck when it comes to using your electrical appliance when you are on holiday especially when travelling to EU countries where their electrical socks are different from the UK standard eclectic sockets. Plug in your mobile phone charger, shaving machine, hair dryer with ease.… Read More »

5 Clever Ways To Organise Your Keys

Has this ever happen to you? You are late going for work. Soon after you finished getting ready you start searching for your car keys only to realise they are nowhere to be seen. You search everywhere you can think of, on the sofa,  under the sofa, on top of kitchen surfaces and in your… Read More »

5 Perennial Herbs To Grow All Year Around

Many people use herbs when cooking food. Herbs make food taste good. Anyone can easily grow herbs whether you have a big garden or small garden. We have been growing perennial herbs for the past 2 years in our garden in containers and we really enjoy the different flavours and smells from the herbs. Our… Read More »

Fruits and Vegetable I am Growing In My Garden 2017

Do you like growing your own vegetables and fruits? I enjoy growing my own vegetables and vegetables. I try to grow fruits and vegetables that are easy to grow and care for. Last year I shared what I was growing in my garden and I got many positive responses from you. This year I am… Read More »

How To Manage Debt Wisely

In the UK in 2017 personal or consumer debts are accumulating at 27% of income. The average total debt is nearly £13000 per household with the whole of the UK owing £349bn in unsecured debt.The biggest drivers for lending are cars and credit cards. There is a new worrying trend of people using credit cards… Read More »