• Environment

    Introducing children to eco-friendly living

    It seems that here in the UK, we’re one of the biggest culprits for living precarious lifestyles and neglecting the planet in the process. In fact, it’s recently been announced that there are a number of cities that have been named and shamed for breaching air pollution levels this year, including London, Leeds and Sheffield, […]

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  • Home Appliances

    Brits are wasting money on their out of date household appliances

    MORE THAN half of Brits are risking higher energy bills as a result of not replacing appliances when they need to, according to new research. A survey of homeowners carried out by leading household appliances retailer, AppliancesDirect.co.uk, as part of its Power On: The Evolution of Appliances report, revealed 66% do not know when appliances should be replaced.

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  • Serenz Allergy Relief

    #Serenz for Nasal Allergy Relief

    I have suffered with nasal allergy, congestion and infections for as long as I can remember. Trees, cats, grass and various pollens will set me off and when I’m especially sensitive it can be hell to live with. I have had lots of tests carried out at hospital and they concluded that Rhinitis was to […]

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  • Lego Dream Home

    Building our Lego Dream Home

    ‘Do you want to play with Lego’ that was basically all that I read between the lines of the email asking if we wanted to take part in the Ocean Finance Lego Dream House competition. I didn’t need to know anything more than that, despite having loads of Lego in our house I never get […]

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  • ABC Design Takeoff stroller

    Top 3 Lightweight Strollers

    Boohoo, my ‘baby’ has turned 3 and the realisation that our baby days are almost behind us is setting in as I write possibly my last Pushchair wishlist. I’m starting to realise that I am now responsible for carrying my own handbag and shopping (as well as all the non-essentials the Beans insist on taking […]

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  • Oobicoo

    Can’t bear to part with your baby’s outgrown clothes?

    If you can’t bear to part with your outgrown baby clothes (I still have 99% of all of my Beans’ outgrown clothes!!) then Oobicoo the soft toy tot is your answer. There are four Oobicoos to choose from; Ollie, Orla, Olwyn and Ed, each with their own set of interests. They are cuddly lifesize friends […]

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  • Solar Power

    Harnessing the power of the solar panels . . .

    We seem to have been quite lucky with the weather so far this summer (ok so perhaps not today as I write this post and it’s precipitating rather a lot outside of my window). The sun has been shining and any wet periods that we have had seem to clear up quite quickly and there’s […]

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    Me&i clothing for Women and children

    In my days pre-children I was a shopaholic, I would go shopping most weekends with my mum and find ‘bargains’ that I simply must have. Of course, before children I also had pert breasts, a flat tummy, long lean, toned legs and arms, in short I had body confidence. Fast-forward a few years and the […]

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