Best home buys, a monthly series about getting the right things for our home at the right price. Not always expensive, not always a bargain, just the right price for us. This month started with a big item, a sofa for the kitchen. I knew what I wanted and had a budget, we came in
When I was searching for articles on why to join the Women’s Institute I couldn’t find any that said what I would say. But I did find a Mumsnet thread that used the reasons below as a barrier to joining, so… If you’re not a member of the WI then this is for you. For
As I’m writing this I’m listening to Emma Forbes on the Gemma & Emma Podcast and she’s talking about being in her 50’s, memory issues, the need for lists and saying ‘let me write that down’. I too seem to have reached the necessity of a notebook age. The days of buying pretty books and
Being a fifty something making changes I was interested to see this tweet seeking career changing thirty somethings. The responses were unexpected and so innovative and diverse. But then more relevant to me personally was this article from The Times my friend sent me the very same day. Talk about coincidence… I was glad to see having a
When I decided I needed a facial my lovely beautician friend suggested a 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.
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