Some of my favourite things about Christmas are, the food (duh! Who doesn't love a good roast dinner!), spending time with my loved ones, playing games, getting my loved ones gifts and showing kindness, and of course the decorations! That brings me onto today's post, just like last year, it's that time in December where I get to show you what my house is looking like this year!
With December is just a few days away, lots of elves will start to appear on shelves very soon; and with that, lot's of parents are going to need to have a whole host of ideas to keep their elf busy whilst the kids are asleep. That's where this post comes in, to help you all out with some ideas for when you're stuck, I've put together a list of easy ideas that'll only take a few minutes to do with a few games from last years edition of elf games thrown in!
Which brings me to this post. For as long as I can remember, I have made New Years resolutions each year; and EVERY SINGLE ONE has been about how my body looks and my weight. It's always along the lines of: I will lose weight, I will drop a dress size, I will change my body, I will go to the gym 6 times a week, I will stop eating certain foods etc. etc. etc. And this year I REFUSE to make a resolution about my body.
Christmas is nearly here!! And that means that homes all over the globe are sparkling with fairy lights, tinsel, ornaments and baubles! Ever wanted to look at other people's homes at Christmas time to see how they decorate? Well, this year I'm going to give you a little peak of my home and it's many decorations! Anyone that knows me knows that the Christmas tree has been up since the beginning of November..(We have no shame at all!) and that this is my family's favourite time of year.
Merry Christmas everyone! Christmas parties are in full swing and that means not only am I looking for outfit inspo on Pinterest and Instagram, but also Christmassy nails that you can actually do yourself at home. So I decided to try a few of the designs out for myself to see what ones are actually doable!
Merry Christmas everyone! The kids are soon breaking up for the Christmas holidays which means not only planning what you've bought/buying them, but coming up with fun ways to get the kids in the Christmas spirit! That's why I've come up with 6 easy games you can do with the kids with your 'Elf on the Shelf'!
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! And that means shopping is in full swing, and for those of you who aren't sure what to buy for your family and friends, I've put together my own gift guide of presents to give you some ideas!
So, without any further adieu; here's some gifts that are perfect for the home decorators, foodies, creatives, bookworms, tea, coffee drinkers and makeup lovers!
It's that time of year again!! And for loads of parents, this means not only Christmas shopping but also their 'Elf on the Shelf' will be making an appearance soon. Now, when it comes to said elf or elves, remembering to actually have them do something overnight can be a bit tricky.. especially when the Christmas drinks are flowing! So this year, I've put together 25 quick and easy 'Elf on the Shelf' ideas for you to do when you've simply forgot or haven't got much time.