Looking After Your Dog's Teeth With Pedigree (AD)

13 Feb 2020

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This post is in conjunction with Pedigree® but all thoughts are my own.

We all know how important it is to look after our own teeth, but when it comes to looking after your dog, teeth should also be a top priority. In fact, did you know that 4 out of 5 dogs who are over the age of three experience gum disease at some point, even though 90% of owners think that their dog's teeth and gums are healthy?! If you would like to know a bit more about dog dental care, and how to look after your dog's teeth, and keep them nice and healthy then read on!

Epilepsy - My Hidden Daily Struggles (Update)

13 Nov 2019

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Back in 2017, I wrote about all the hidden daily struggles that I have due to some of my disabilities, mainly Epilepsy. Quite a bit has changed since that post, both disability wise and within my personal life, so I thought I would do a little update post on how things have changed, and how I have been adapting to the changes. Since my last post about my daily struggles, I actually had a seizure again so wasn't able to drive for a year - luckily though I haven't had another one since and have been seizure free for a while again I can drive again! I'm also currently going through diagnosis for problems with my hips, and also waiting for an Autism assessment and diagnosis. So many things to update you all on!

Turning a Toddler Room into a Room for a Child

12 Nov 2019

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I can't believe that I am saying this, but Elise is about to turn four! It has been an amazing four years, and she has grown and changed so much. We are so proud of her every day, and she really has turned into my little best friend. With Elise turning four, we know that we will soon need to update her room a little bit, so we've been on the hunt for some new furniture and bits and pieces to make her room magical. I thought I would share a little dream wish list with you, for items we would love for her, and some that we will actually be purchasing.

Customise Your Hatchimals Colleggtibles With the Glitter Salon Playset - Review (AD - Gifted)

3 Nov 2019

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When it comes to collectible toys, and surprise bags, there seems to be a limitless amount of options. One of those options are the Hatchimals CollEGGtibles. It just so happens that Elise is just a little bit obsessed with these cute characters that come in little surprise eggs for you to hatch. She has a large selection, and they were top of her Birthday and Christmas list this year. In fact we have already purchased some ready for her birthday at the end of November. One of the things that was top of her list was the Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Glitter Salon Playset, so when we were given the opportunity to test it out and review it, we jumped at the chance.

How to Travel With a Disability and Save Money

12 Aug 2019

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Going on holiday is costly enough but for anyone with a disability it can be even more expensive. This is because some people may need to organise special transport arrangements, accessible accommodation, extra mobility equipment and maybe even pay for additional carers to come with them.

It can be especially difficult if you are a person with a disability on a low income, making it seem that going on holiday is impossible. To show you how to make the most of what you have, here are some  tips on how to travel with a disability and save money.

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