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Cool creative business start-up ideas you can set up from your garage straight away

Article provided by Lloyd Wells, a regular contributor working together with CDC Garage Doors. Are you fed up with the daily commute and wish you could work from home? Longing to set up your own business but lacking in capital? Hoping to combine raising a family with having your own …

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It’s Home Spa Night: 5 tips for multi-sensory bath time relaxation

What could be better than a long hot soak in the bath? Whether you’ve had a hard day at work, been busy in the garden or frazzled from looking after young kids, why not shut yourself away for a bit of ‘me’ time and let all your troubles melt away …

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Top Tips For A Perfect Girly Weekend Away In The UK

Thanks to Dakota Murphey. A Brighton based writer partnering with Hen Party specialists Butlers With Bums for this post. Have you noticed lately, with life taking such a hectic turn, the time spent with your girlfriends is being squeezed? Friday night catch-ups at the wine bar are more often than …

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Home Decor Indoor Bedroom Lighting

In all honestly I wasn’t born with an interior design bone in my body but over the years I have managed to get the hang of colour coordinating and matching pieces together. When decorating on kids projects it’s comes so much easier for me, especially as Hayden likes things colourful so I can …

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Top Tips For Renting As A Family

Finding the right property for renting whether it be an 3 bedroom house, 2 bedroom flat or even a house boat on the canal can be so difficult to find. Finding what you love let alone what you want and need for a decent price is frustrating, then throw kids into the …

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7 Ways To Treat The Discomfort Of Back Pain

Back Pain

Did you know that back pain is one of the biggest reasons for work absence and sick leave? If you think about it, back problems are a central issue for all companies – especially in office environments – and should not be ignored. Are you sitting comfortably on your office …

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7 Essentials Every Child’s Playhouse Needs

Getting a first class Wendy house or wooden playhouse for your children could be one of the best decisions you make as a parent. It creates endless hours of fun as your children make up secret club rules, decorate the house as they see fit and act out fantastical scenarios, …

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Skin Care Tips For A Lazy Girl

skin care tips

It’s really easy to overcomplicate your daily skin care routine, use our list of quick skin care tips to make sure you get the most out of it. Declutter your cupboard Get rid of the products you’re not utilising – particularly if they’re occupying valuable space. Clearing unused products from …

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Top Tips: Hunting For The Perfect Pushchair

Perfect Pushchair

I love me a good pushchair I do, and if you’ve followed me for a while you’ll know I’ve tested out a few during the first 4 years of Hayden life. Actually looking forward choosing a new pushchair for cubby soon. When choosing the perfect pushchair there a several factors I …

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An eco-friendly guide to designing the perfect kitchen

As a human, you’ll no doubt care deeply about the environment in some way or another. I started off caring with our first switch from using disposable nappies to cloth nappies. It was such a hard transition & I didn’t always feel like I wanted to (a lot of hard work) but …

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Perfect Bedroom Styles For Children

Every child should be the proud owner of a space that’s exclusively his or hers. Your child’s bedroom is a place in which to rest and relax, play and read, and, later on, invite friends to hang out; it’s a space for quiet contemplation or noisy games and the one …

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When Game Of Thrones Merges With Star Wars

Just a few days ago a star studded line-up attended the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony in downtown Los Angeles. There were heaps of deserved winners and it was an incredibly notable evening mostly thanks to hit HBO fantasy drama series ‘Game of Thrones’. The popular series not only managed …

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Anniversary Coming Up? 3 Quirky Romantic Dates To Keep The Spark Alive

When you’ve found your soulmate and are lucky enough to be spending your lives together, it’s important not to take your good fortune for granted. Have you ever gone all gooey-eyed at the sight of a passing octogenarian couple holding hands and clearly still very much in love? That could …

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Top tips for Keeping up with your Teenager

Teenager

When babies are first born, we parents arm ourselves with cameras, phones, record books and all manner of recording devices to capture every developmental milestone. We know when our babes uttered their first words, tottered their first steps and started their first day at school, because we’ve captured it to …

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The benefits of connecting your child with nature

child with nature

Provided by Mike James, working together with Bloo House Forest School. It’s a fact; children spend less time outdoors and more time in front of a screen than ever before. One of the most worrying, reported observations over the past few years is how children are under pressure to grow up …

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Apartment Nursery Decor Tips

When you have your first child, there’s a steep learning curve.  While you tick off your baby’s ‘firsts’, you’re doing the same for yourself: first time breast-feeding, first-time bathing a baby, first time decorating a nursery!? And where do you start when you’ve never done it before? Here’s what I …

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A Seriously Bad Week – Fact or Fiction?

I was challenged by PlayPlan to write about a bad week I’ve had. I don’t get many extreme bad weeks but after reading PayPlans interactive guide it’s so easy to see how quickly debt can become a problem at a blink of an eye. Just one of these situations can be …

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Preparing for a Baby

Preparing for a baby

Pregnancy lasts a long time, but before you know it, the 40 weeks are up and you’ll more than likely feel a mixture of excited, scared, emotional and unprepared. You’ve read the books, been to the classes and seen the midwife countless times, but can you ever really feel completely …

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