Top 10 Trends To Try In Your Home

As time goes by, your home interior and decors can look stale and out of style. What you need to do is catch up with the latest trends so your home would look modern. Rearranging and interior decorating is a great mini-project that you can do by yourself. You only need to be resourceful and creative to achieve a new look for your home.   When it comes to home redesigning, there are a lot of trends and themes that you can try. But before picking one, you should consider your budget. Revamping your home can be quite expensive, especially if …

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Project 365 2020 Week 32 – COVID 19 Lockdown Week 21

There is nothing really to report this week, other than all those that were previously shielding are now able to leave the home. All the additional local lockdown’s appear to be a lot farther north, although we do seem to have a lot of holidaymakers from those areas visiting at the moment, so we are still being careful and wearing masks in all indoor locations. Here is our week: Sunday 2nd August With my husband and I juggling our working patterns, it is rare for us to have a day off together. We made the most of it and headed …

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Project 365 2020 Week 31 – COVID 19 Lockdown Week 20

The introduction of compulsory masks in shops has arrived and it seems that the majority of people have accepted it, with a mere grumble. I worked my first proper shopfloor shift wearing one last weekend and I have to admit that I got so hot that I felt ill, but I will persevere. Luckily we don’t have to wear them if we are behind screens, which is a relief. The end of the week has seen restrictions on household contact in the North West as cases rise again and businesses that were allowed to open from 1st August (Casinos, bowling …

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Project 365 2020 Week 28 – COVID 19 Lockdown Week 17

I am not sure whether to title my posts lockdown anymore, as it really does feel like everything is almost back to normal. At work they took away all the floor arrows, the one way system and the queuing system. We are still manning the door and counting people in and out but we have upped the number of people allowed in the shop. Elsewhere, restaurants and pubs are now open along with beauty salons and hairdressers. It was announced that swimming pools and gyms can open from 25th July, so the kids are looking forward to re-starting swimming and …

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Our February Update

I am not normally a “woe is me” type of person, but if i am honest, the month of February has been a bit rubbish for us and definitely didn’t go to plan. At the beginning of the month, both Sebastian and I were ill. Sebby had tonsillitis and had a few days off school, plus 10 days of antibiotics to knock it on the head, whereas I had a nasty cough and cold, caused by a virus that I have really struggled to beat. We were looking forward to half term break and booked a last minute holiday to …

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