K Elizabeth

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Wednesday, 27 December 2017

5 Tips to Caring For Your Excavator | Home DIY

An excavator is very efficient when you want to break ground at a construction site. The lifespan of an excavator depends on how well it’s taken care of. This is because damages start gradually and worsen when the owner allows them to persist. As a matter of fact, an excavator that’s hardly maintained is vulnerable to break down. These breakdowns come at a cost. You spend a lot of money on buying replacement parts and you also stay away from work. Caring for the excavator will actually prevent such damages from happening. Below are tips that can help you in keeping your excavator in good shape.

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Thursday, 14 December 2017

Four festive decorative ideas, straight from your printer

Christmas is a time when tradition comes to the fore. We all have our own way of doing things, and many of the festive rituals are things that we have carried over from our own childhood, whether it is the way we roast the turkey, the placement of the gifts around the tree or the date at which the decorations go up.

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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Effective Ways to Update Your Home on a Budget

With the new year rapidly approaching, many people start to think of ways in which they can make fresh changes for a positive start to the year ahead. One of the most popular changes people make to their lives is their home, and whilst buying a new home isn’t always on the cards, updating your current interiors can really transform the space you’re living in and create a brand-new look and feel. After the festive season has passed, you may find that your budgeting for the next few months, and there are so many ways in which you can transform your home whilst still sticking to a reasonable budget throughout.

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A Wellie Walk around Southwold

This Sunday a walk on the beach to blow away the cobwebs was definitely needed. It has been a long and hard month this November and it was good to take stock with the little ones and big one (aka Jamie, my husband). It was such a glorious sunny crisp day, perfect for finding treasures and eating chips (and hot chocolate).


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Saturday, 25 November 2017

6 Simple Steps to Declutter Your Home Now.

As a mum, I seem to accumulate a lot of crap. Surprise toys galore, outgrown clothes, pushchairs and all those lovely handmade crafts and pictures they come home with from nursery and school. Whilst I wouldn't say I'm a complete minimalist, clutter definitely sets off my anxiety and I begin to feel stressed. Decluttering your home doesn't have to be a huge challenge, you don't have to rid your home of everything to make you feel a sense of calm and order.


I want my home to be filled with things that make me happy, things that have a purpose. I don't want to look at my home feeling like I'm constantly moving things around or trying to find "homes" for everything. I want to be able to open my wardrobe and be able to pull out clothes that will instantly feel put together instead of rummaging through my hoards of clothes with the opinion that "I still have nothing to wear". So, I'm on a mission. I'm decluttering and trying to change my thought process to a more minimal one. And no, that doesn't mean I want to dumb down! I want to be more thoughtful with purchases, items that I bring into my home - instead of mindlessly buying things that I think will make me happy. 

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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Little smilers: Tips on caring for your children's teet

From cutting their first tooth to then losing it – your children go through a lot when it comes to their teeth! But with child tooth decay on the rise and many children under 5 having rotten teeth removed, oral hygiene has never been more important for your little one. So here you’ll find a few top tips on keeping your little one’s teeth clean and healthy.

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