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April 2016 – Review Roundup

Hello and welcome to the first monthly review roundup. Each month I will feature and share my favourite review posts from across the UK Bloggers online community. Thanks to everyone who submitted their reviews for inclusion this month. I’ve discovered lots of new blogs and bloggers I wasn’t aware of and lots of products that I now want (this could get expensive!). Unfortunately I’...

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MoneyHub Review – get an accurate analysis of your spending habits

MoneyHub Review – get an accurate analysis of your spending habits

I am always looking at ways to improve my spending habits and to save extra money so when I was offered the chance to review MoneyHub, I did what every cliché blogger does and I jumped at the chance. What is MoneyHub MoneyHub is for anyone who stops and wonders where their money is going every month. You connect all of your accounts and assets to get an overview of your finances. Your spending it ...

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Olverum Bath Oil

Olverum Bath Oil

I was lucky enough to be given a chance to review Olverum Bath Oil.  I am quite intrigued by oils and their healing powers, so, I was happy to give it a try. My first thought was it may help my Daughter, as those who follow my personal blog, will know she has medical issues at the moment, so with a happy smile I told her it would be the oil in her bath and not bubbles this time, to see if it would...

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April Tech Blog Round-Up

April Tech Blog Round-Up

Welcome to the first ever UK Bloggers tech blog round up (cue party poppers!). Every month I’ll be gathering the some of the best tech blog posts from the UK Bloggers community and listing them all together in one easy to digest post. So much happened in the tech world in March: The iPhone 7 was announced, the Samsung S7 was released (b..but I’ve only just bought an S6! I forgive you, Samsun...

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Guylian for Easter

Guylian for Easter

Easter is going to be upon us before we know it and when I went to the supermarket to buy my kids an Easter egg – I was stumped! There are so many on the market and for the life of me I didn’t know what to buy. Growing up abroad and being surrounded by quality chocolate from Europe, I have become partial to Belgian chocolate and I am a fan of Guylian chocolate. What makes it so special...

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Karcher Window Vac: Review

Karcher Window Vac: Review

A while ago I was gifted a Karcher Window Vac, we were sent the WV60 version to review. For anyone that knows me, knows I love a tidy home but recently I have been struggling to make sure all our windows in our home stay nice and clean. We have a large conservatory which often can get mucky due to dirty hands, condensation and day to day use. The windows are large and I find it extremely tiring tr...

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Korres Water Lily Showergel and Body Milk : Review

Korres Water Lily Showergel and Body Milk : Review

The Water Lily Showergel is a subtle flora fragrance clear gel. Applied to a sponge using an amount the size of a large button of the shower gel, it lathered well and lasted well. I did not need to re-apply any more product to the sponge whilst washing. This is light, calming fragrance showergel, perfect for helping you de-stress. Free from parabens, silicones, alcohol,animal by-products and synth...

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Christmas treats.

Christmas treats.

Chocolates and treats are a big thing at Christmas, as a child I remember bowls of all sorts being passed around the room come Christmas afternoon, while everyone takes their favourite to enjoy and while Christmases are very different these days, they most definitely still include the odd treat of an afternoon and thankfully there are some delicious ones to choose from these days. Elizabeth Shaw &...

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Stocking fillers from Tesco

Stocking fillers from Tesco

For me stocking fillers are about the silly, the inexpensive, yet sometimes practical gifts and of course chocolate coins that are stuffed right at the end and get tangled into the wool of the stocking. So I am always on the lookout for new things to put into a stocking or three as I like to try and make one for my parents and Ash each year. I was lucky enough to find out Tesco have some smile ind...

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Microwavable Cream Cozy-Boots: Review

Microwavable Cream Cozy-Boots: Review

Since the colder weather has hit there is nothing more than I love to do than sit at home, snuggled up on the sofa. Since moving homes, I have found my feet have been getting a lot colder due to us having laminate flooring. I hate having cold feet so recently I set about trying to find myself a decent pair of slippers which would keep my feet nice and snug. Just in time for Christmas Getting Perso...

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