Cakes and Autumn, the Perfect Power Couple Posted On 16 September 2021

Tempt yourself with these delicious Autumnal Cake Recipes   Baking and autumn seem to go hand in hand. Crisp morning walks crunching through freshly fallen leaves ending in sumptuous, sticky cake enjoyed with a well-earned mug of tea: bliss. Try out these two autumn cake recipes to find which one will become your regular.   …

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There’s no Place like Home Posted On 15 September 2021

How to make a Rental Property feel like Home   Getting on the property ladder can feel like something which is never going to happen. So, whilst you are busy saving your deposit and exploring your options, renting is great way to go. Whether you’re renting a room, flat or house, you can make it …

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Reinventing your Skin Posted On 14 September 2021

How to change-up your skincare routine for Autumn   Autumn is the season of change. In autumn, you skin experiences some changes too and so your skin care routine needs to be adapted to reflect this. The cooler weather encourages outdoor activities which is great for our health but means your skin retains less moisture …

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What to Read in 2021 Posted On 13 September 2021

Reads you’ll be reaching for again and again   The cooler weather drives us to snuggle up inside and what better companion that a good book? Here are some great ones to inspire you to head for the sofa, mug in hand and settle down…   The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell by Robert Dugoni …

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Everyday Superheroes Posted On 10 September 2021

Superfoods which will do us the World of good   The term superfood doesn’t have a set definition. A superfood can just be thought of as a food item packed full of nutrients which is also delicious. Some ‘superfoods’ however, are too exotic or expensive to slot into your daily diet (think goji berries, chia …

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Picture Perfect Posted On 09 September 2021

Using a Climbing Plant to frame your Front Door   The perfect climbing plant can frame your home’s entrance and add some serious kerb appeal to your property. Knowing which one to choose and which will work with your home’s aesthetic can be harder to figure out. Climbing Rose – choosing a climbing rose will …

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Nature’s Feast Posted On 08 September 2021

September Foraging   September is a great month to dip your toe into the delights of foraging. The hedgerows and trees are laden with jewel-like fruits, berries and nuts just begging to be picked! Beech nuts are a hidden gem that you can find in September. Beech trees produce a bumper crop of nuts every …

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It’s the Little Things Posted On 07 September 2021

Small Pleasures we can all embrace   Everyday can’t be a monumental celebration and as humans we can’t constantly be in a state of entertaining – it’s simply not sustainable. What is sustainable, and in fact, more enjoyable is taking the time to enjoy the little things in your daily life which bring you pleasure. …

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Give your Garden an Influx of Colour this Autumn Posted On 06 September 2021

What to do when your Colourful Garden starts to Fade   As summer begins to turn to autumn, the colourful blooms you have become used to begin to fade and can leave your garden looking faded and tired. Flowers will start to fade, and borders can look wilting and sad. Some plants, however, come into …

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Kid’s Bedrooms Posted On 03 September 2021

How to design a Space they’ll love and use   Designing your child’s bedroom is a fun task. The possibility to explore colour, pattern and design seems so much broader than a design for an adult’s room. There is more to the process that initially meets the eye if you want to create a space …

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