We live in an image-obsessed society where looking your best at all times seems to be important. Being stylish is something that you are born with – some people have it, and some of us are sadly lacking. How can you set yourself apart from the crowd and not be a figure of ridicule? It’s a tightrope to walk, but if you need a little guidance, read on to find cheats on how to be stylish. Continue reading “5 Style Cheats for Men and Women”
The summer will soon be here (we hope!) and what’s better than celebrating a new season with a new look? I must admit, I am awful for spending all my money on the children and they are often better dressed than me so this year I want to find what really suits me, I want to brighten up my wardrobe and I want to create a summery look and feel without spending a fortune. Continue reading “Creating Your New Summer Look for Less”
We have been in our current home for six years and even though we purchased it as our forever home, recently we have been wondering whether to move. Not because we don’t like the house but because we would like to live more in the countryside. However, due to high house prices, we have, for now, put these ideas on hold which will save us a lot of money and hassle but also means that I get given the go ahead to make a few changes to our current decor… thanks, hubby!
I am slightly DIY and home interiors obsessed and Continue reading “Home Interiors Inspiration”
I don’t know about you but I am pretty fed up with trying to shop for clothes for my son. At almost three we have had the same issue since he was about 7 months old; clothes just never seem to come up right. When he was newborn he fed really well and had the typical baby podge. He would fill out most of his clothes and as they came in 3-month stages I found it very easy to choose a selection to fit. As he began to Continue reading “The Battle of Fitting Children’s Clothes”
As I have previously mentioned, I used to work for a very well-known shoe retailer. I worked my way up in the company to become a Manager of a store and I was extremely passionate about what I did, especially when it came down to fitting kid’s shoes correctly. Those who worked for me will fondly remember (you loved it really!) all the training I put them through, how I worked far too many hours and had them dusting and organising the shop in every spare moment! I felt that we provided more than just an item to wear, we provided a service to ensure that people went away with well-fitting shoes and better overall knowledge of foot health. It’s funny Continue reading “Fitting Kid’s Shoes Yourself”