**Can I start by saying that I have not been commissioned to post this review and that I have no financial or otherwise connections with NUskin** So anyone who knows me will know that I love everything that your teeth hate. Coffee, tea, wine, fizzy drinks- I love them. Therefore it is no surprise that … Continue reading NUskin AP24; Review
Hi readers! With the rain battering off my windows, and the wind howling round the house, it was with great delight this morning that I lifted out my slow cooker. I LOVE my slow cooker, and Autumn means the return of our favourite slow cooker dishes. Last week seen the first meal of Beef & … Continue reading Slow cooker Pulled Pork
Last week our little one was 7 months old, and to say he loves his grub would be an understatement! With Joe Bloggs seeing him eating everything and anything, I often get asked about our weaning journey so far. So this is our foodie story... Being a qualified dietitian I had looked into all sorts … Continue reading Winning at Weaning
Last week I posted about my weekly grocery shop and tight budget. (See https://tomorrowisanotherday2017.wordpress.com/2017/09/04/savvy-shopping/) A lot of my followers were astounded at my relatively modest spend, and asked "How are you doing that?" So here's an example of my saving... That 1 £3.50 chicken = 3 dinners. Here's how.. Sunday; chicken was roasted and served … Continue reading Waste not, Want not.
Whether it's my farming background, whether it's old age or whether it's the tightening purse strings of maternity leave pay, but I am always watching the pennies when it comes to grocery shopping. And really, good food doesn't have to cost the earth. Here are my top tips for food shopping on a budget... 1. … Continue reading Savvy Shopping
This post has been rattling around my notebook for weeks. It's had various themes from; you know the value of a friend by how they greet you, to a deep discussion on girl friends versus boy friends. But at the end of it all, it all comes down to this... Lessons learnt from friendships. I'm … Continue reading Every day is a School day.
It's just gone 12.30am. My hubby is away to bed in preparation for work in the morning. I'm on the sofa watching pointless TV with the bambino on my chest fighting sleep. Then I look down. He's asleep. Hallelujah he's asleep. But before I get up to creep up the stairs I stop just for … Continue reading Just Stop.
This week, our little bundle of joy was 6 months old. Typing that I can hardly believe it- our baby is half a year old, wow! These last 6 months have been a whirlwind, and whilst at the time I couldn't see any escape from night feeds, millions of nappies and sterilising, it really has … Continue reading Beyond the bump…
This week is WABA (world alliance for breastfeeding action) week, with many cities and areas hosting events to mark the occasion. Even Belfast this weekend is hosting its own Breastival. Whilst breastfeeding is noted to be the gold standard route of feeding your new bundle of joy, and whilst we recognise that it provides a … Continue reading Superheroes without the capes…
As the month of July draws to an end a few closing thoughts linger in my mind. Friends v Family? They say difficult times reveal true friends. I say difficult times reveal true family... The family that pull together to support each other. The family that hold your hand when your heart is breaking. The … Continue reading Friends v Family