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Important Things To Know Before Buying Your First Family Home

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This is a collaborative post. Buying your first family home is an exciting experience for all the family. Finally, you’ll have somewhere that you can truly call your own and make some amazing memories in with those you love. That being said, it’s quite a stressful process too. Because of this, it’s vital that you do some research and understand what you’re doing before you make any big decisions. With that in mind, here are nine important things you should…

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Home & Garden

Three Things You Need To Find When You Move To A New House

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This is a collaborative post. Moving home can be an incredibly exciting time, but it can also be pretty stressful and often overwhelming. After all, you’re basically uprooting yourself and your family and trying to make a totally fresh start. And as wonderful as a fresh start can be, it can often bring a lot of difficulties with it. One of the biggest mistakes that people make is that they forget about the important things that make life easier in…

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Finding Happiness

What To Do When Moving Day Is Close

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This is a collaborative post. The thought of having to move out is enough to send shivers down experienced movers spines. Moving is just stressful, and for first-time movers, this can be even more of a worrying time. However, there are a few things that you can do to make life easier as moving day approaches. There are still going to be little bumps in the road that will complicate matters. And after having to find a home, have the…

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Home & Garden

How To Feel Better Within The Walls of Your Own Home

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This is a collaborative post A home is a place which should be very close to your heart. It’s important to actually feel at home in your own house. It is a place of rest, a place in which you should be able to unwind and let all your daily stress slowly leave you while you sink into your sofa or do some long overdue housework. It should most definitely be a place where you can actually feel at ease and…

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Thoughts & Inspiration

Goodbye 2015

Happy New Year, dear readers. I hope you all celebrated New Year's Eve in style. We had a very quiet night in. Mr H and I celebrated by eating steak and chips and by playing lots of Wii and board games. It was very low key but it was lovely to spend the evening with my wonderful husband. It is now 2nd January 2016 and it is about time that I did a little review of 2015. 2015 was an odd year. It wasn't…

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Finding Happiness

Because I’m Happy – Catching Up

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The past few weeks have been really busy. We spent our last week in Rochester, moved house and we've been on holiday to the Isle of Wight. There have been ups and downs along the way but it was all worth it. We are in our new house and we love it. Hurrah! We also had a fabulous holiday and it was great to spend some time together as a family. After such a fun packed three weeks, it is about time for…

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Finding Happiness

My monthly bucket list – August 2015

Back in March I decided to join in with the Monthly Bucket List linky hosted by the fabulous Twinderelmo. I was hoping that writing a bucket list would help me to become more organised. Alas, dear reader, this was not to be. I did become a little more organised. But I definitely did not reach the organisational standards of my past.…

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