Summer is starting to draw to a close, and Autumn is just around the corner. It is also time for my Get in Your Garden! Guest post series to start drawing to a close. But not without a few more great posts, that hopefully show you that your garden is still the best place to be.
It’s that time of year again, the summer holiday is all but over. Lots of parents, including myself, have the unenviable task of labelling the new school uniform. But it needn’t be a headache! I discovered these fab iron on name labels last year from Dinkleboo, and I am going to be using them again this year. Easy to apply, last longer than the clothes they’re attached too, and the only decent labels I’ve found that allow you to include a phone number.
Organizing For Your Lifestyle: Adaptable Inspiration from Socks to Suitcases. A Book Review and Quiz!
How organised is your home? Is your house meticulously tidy with a place for everything and everything in its place? No? Neither is mine, but despite appearances I would love my home to have a more streamlined style.
It’s bank holiday Monday and the sun is finally shining! If your looking for a great idea to entertain the kids and keep them cool today, why not try this fab sensory frozen toy activity.
Do you love eating and cooking outside? We do! We obviously love having a great British BBQ, but also I have always wanted an outdoor pizza oven. I love the idea of getting friends over and baking bespoke pizzas for everyone, whilst they socialise on the patio.
This plum and port jam recipe makes a very versatile savoury and sweet jam. Equally at home on a cheese board as it is on a slice of bread. Pairing juicy plums with the rich, fruity flavours of Portugal’s famous alcoholic tipple, with subtle underlying spices.
How many of us moan about not having enough time in the day? I know I do! If you could palm something off, what would it be? For me it would definitely be cleaning the house. I’m sure I am not the only mum that feels like that, and Bidvine may just have the answer.
Week #21 of my Get in Your Garden! guest post series is an ingenious tutorial to make your own patio pallet garden, and the best bit is you can do it for free!