Red loafers for Spring and Summer

I love red loafers for Spring & Summer wear, the last ones I had I gave to my friend as the heel was a bit high for me. So I’ve been having a look around. Now since I decided comfort was the key to my shoe purchases, I personally want a cushioned sole.  Loafers are a practical staple as they look great with jeans and dresses and especially cool with beige trousers. Here’s a selection of what’s out there, now my teen would say go Gucci all the way but he doesn’t have bills to pay and I’m not so…

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New Starts and Cherry Tarts at the Cosy Kettle by Liz Eeles – Book Review

New Starts and Cherry Tarts at the Cosy Kettle –  Published by Bookouture (12 Mar. 2019) Amazon  When Callie Fulbright anxiously awaits the new owner of the bookshop where she works she has no idea what opportunities lie ahead.  She’s excited to discover her long dismissed dream of a cafe in the bookshop is to be realised when new owner gives her the go-ahead to revamp the dusty back room into the Cosy Kettle Cafe. Just when things are looking up, the return of the man who broke her heart sets her emotions spinning. At the same time someone’s trying to…

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Dermaplaning facial and Trinny Make up

When I decided I needed a facial my lovely beautician friend suggested Dermaplaning. She’s so good at what she does I trust her suggestions, so although I’m a wimp I said yes. What is dermaplaning? It’s a skin care treatment that removes the dead skin cells and the peach like fuzz on your face. It’s done using a small sterile scalpel while holding the skin taut, and is absolutely painless. In fact I found the gentle scraping movements very relaxing. Removing the fine fuzzy hair can be beneficial as the fine hairs trap debris and oils and give skin a…

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Bring me Sunshine by Laura Kemp – Book Review

Bring me sunshine by Laura Kemp Charlotte Bold, Charlie to her friends, is the traffic reporter at a London radio station. She works in the background and that suits her fine. It wasn’t always like that for Charlie but that’s another story that she’s totally avoiding. When the radio station transfers her to Sunshine FM in Wales she treats it as a temporary step until she can get back to London. Arriving at the radio station in Mumbles ready to take on the traffic and travel Charlie discovers she’s hired to host the evening show, and she’s not sure she can do…

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Feeding the birds for Birdwatch

At the end of January we had the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch, this is the worlds largest garden survey of birds. The aim is to sit for an hour and list what birds come into your garden. Results are being entered into the survey until 17th February. The survey has run for 40 years allowing the RSPB to monitor trends. The information creates a snapshot of how birds are doing across the UK. Last year’s survey put House Sparrows top of the list. We’ve taken part in this before but this year our garden was a bit forlorn of birds.…

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