Traveling For Life: How To Make A Success On The Road

Living our lives in the same four walls every single day can be a tough thing for us to do. We often follow the same routine every single day and things can become very stale very quickly if we don’t bring some fun into our lives. This is why it is ideal for us to take the time out now and again to get away from home and travel somewhere new. A few days, a week or a few weeks can be just what we need to refresh our senses and make us feel whole again. Image But what if… [Read More]

Personal Finance Tips: Why the Grass Isn’t Always Greener on the Other Side

It’s common for people to obsess over the lives of other people. There’s a reason why there are entire TV shows dedicated to documenting every time celebrities leave their homes. While it can be fun and entertaining to follow the lives of others, it can also be dangerous when taken too seriously. This is especially true when we start comparing ourselves to other people. No two people are alike—especially when it comes to personal finances. Here’s why you need to get out of the mindset of thinking the grass is always greener on the other side.  Personal Finances Isn’t a… [Read More]

What is Social Housing?

Pretty much everybody has heard the term ‘social housing’ used, however many people don’t really know what it entails, what it takes to qualify for social housing, and what your options are if you’re rejected for social housing. Social housing isn’t as black and white as simply receiving a house from the council, there are different factors and options to consider – however the first step to applying is heading to your local council website and filling in the application form.  Qualifying for Social Housing  Before you can qualify for social housing there is criteria which must be hit. This… [Read More]

An Interview With Susie Who Writes So Happy In Town & The Inspiration Behind The #itsoktofeelshit Campaign

Susie is the founder of So Happy In Town / S.H.I.T., aka Mrs S.H.I.T. She lives in London with her husband, Mr S.H.I.T. and her three children, The Little S.H.I.T.s. She started writing her S.H.I.T. blog two years ago because She wanted to share the real side of family life – the good shit and the bad shit, the funny shit and the not so funny shit because that’s life, and as Susie says they are all in it together. This week I’m very honoured and privileged to interview Susie one of most inspiring bloggers around today. Susie is also the… [Read More]

One Way to Make Some Extra Money: PPI Claims #AD

Making some extra money is never easy, but if you could find a way to make some extra, what would you spend it on? Here are a few things that I would spend it on. Home Improvements This is a really big one for me because there is always so much to do when you own your home, and so often we put things off because of a lack of money. Our home is definitely in need of some TLC. At the moment, the whole of our home needs new carpet throughout, but it is such a huge outlay of… [Read More]

Keeping On Top Of Your Mental Health Issues With Therapy

If you have suffered from mental health issues for most of your life, which is something I have had to deal with throughout my life, then you may find that keeping your mind healthy is an ongoing situation that quite honestly never goes away. That’s why finding a way forward to lead a positive life is vital. When you suffer from depression or any other mental health issue it has to be managed and controlled. There are a number of ways that this can be done. Sometimes medication is required to help with your depression, but that will only go… [Read More]

An Interview Donna Wishart Who Writes “What The Redhead Said”

This week I am interviewing Donna, she is one of biggest mum bloggers in the uk today and is currently ranked as #1 on the Tots 100 index. Donna writes What the Redhead said, one of the UK’s top family lifestyle blogs. What the Redhead said has evolved over time to become Donna’s full time job and it has documented the whole of her children’s lives within its pages. Donna writes about every aspect of family life from days out to travel and all the little bits in between. So it’s time to find out just what did the redhead… [Read More]

My Mental Health: The Stigma Of Mental Health Needs Eradicating For Our Young People

First of all I would like thank Susie over at So Happy In Town. She has inspired this post with her amazing campaign. #itsoktofeelshit. The stigma surrounding mental health has certainly been broken down a lot since I was first diagnosed with depression in my teenage years. Back in those days I was quite simply told to pull myself together and man-up. Oh yes, by the way, here are some anti-depressants to keep you sane or maybe not very sane. Just drugged up and feeling like a zombie. Good to go then, bye. That was the way it was back… [Read More]