How to get in the mood for Christmas

How To Get In The Mood For Christmas

Christmas is different this year because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The restrictions will affect our usual Christmas plans and limit our social interactions with family and friends. Because of this, it is understandable that many people are not feeling in the mood for Christmas this year! Personally, I have been feeling quite Christmassy anyway. This …

Things To Do When You Are In Self-Isolation

Things to Do When You are in Self-Isolation

In the coming days and weeks, many of us will have to self-isolate, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. It may seem as though our lives will come to a standstill during these times, but that doesn’t have to be the case. There are so many activities we can do at home to take care …

Blogtober Day 25 - All About the Pumpkins!

Lush Sparkly Pumpkin Bubble Bar and Decorating Mini Pumpkins

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, which means if you purchase something through my link, I will earn a small commission. This does not affect the price you pay for the item. I only advertise products that I have used myself and would genuinely recommend. Today I did two pumpkin-themed activities. First, I had a …

Blogtober Day 13 - Halloween Crafts

3 Easy and Eco-Friendly Halloween Crafts for Kids and Adults

Today was a rainy day, so I got out the paper, scissors and glue and made some Halloween crafts! Vampire Bookmarks First, I made some vampire bookmarks that I saw a couple of weeks ago on this site. I followed the pictures and instructions exactly, and they were very quick and easy to make. All …

What to do with those little ribbons you cut out of your clothes

What To Do With Those Little Ribbons You Cut Off Your Clothes

You know the ribbons I’m talking about. The ones that are sewn inside the shoulders of your tops, cardigans and jumpers, and in the waistband of skirts. They are meant to help your clothes stay on the hanger, and take the weight of the garment to save the fabric from stretching. But I’d be interested …