|Some unrelated but rather pretty flowers.|
Sunday, 21 August 2016
Thursday, 18 August 2016
With the return to school looming, many parents will be shopping to get their kids ready for the start of the new term. This can be expensive as all the necessary items – clothing and stationary, for instance – mount up in cost. If your child is going to a boarding school like Rossall, where they will be away from home, there may be more to keep in mind that a public school, for example. However, regardless of where your child is going there are a few simple tips you can follow, which can help you get your kids ready to go back to school, without breaking the bank.
Spread the cost
Firstly, try not to buy everything in one go. Consider spreading the cost by buying things piece by piece. Doing this, while doing the weekly grocery shop, for instance, means you can include the cost of different items, such as stationary, pencil cases and lunchboxes, as part of your weekly budget.
Monday, 15 August 2016
Wednesday, 10 August 2016
It's finally here! I'm heading off up North on Friday! As I'll be busy fitting in visiting my entire family, attending a wedding and catching up with my Northern buddies, I thought it would be the perfect time to host a little giveaway. I've always loved Scooby Doo - in fact we even had a Great Dane with similar markings when I was growing up - as it reminds me of my Dad a bit. He likes to think he does a cracking Scooby impression, so whenever I think of Scooby dooby Doo, it just makes me think of him!
Anyhoo, if you'd like to be in with a chance to three Scooby collections - with a whopping 13 episodes and 5 feature length films to keep the kids (big and small!) entertained - all you have to do is enter the competition below! Competition ends 19th August, so don't hesitate to get your entries in!
Follow @ChelseaLIML and RT to win a bundle of #ScoobyDoo DVDS! Ends 19/08! https://t.co/f0UFyErqH2 #Win 🎁 pic.twitter.com/Iqo7ch25WC— Chelsea (@ChelseaLIML) August 10, 2016