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Son of Steak Nottingham
Posted on April 16, 2018

Son of Steak Nottingham Review

eating out/ Food & Drink/ Review

Last Friday we headed to Son of Steak in Nottingham. I’ve been wanting to visit ever since it opened last year, we did try last September but we couldn’t get a table as it was too busy when we went. Son of Steak is on Trinity Square in the centre of Nottingham making it the perfect location if you are shopping, at the cinema or on a night out. There is seating both indoors and outdoors and the whole place has a lovely relaxed vibe. Once inside we were greeted by the very friendly staff and seated at our table and given menus and asked to order at the counter. Read more

Posted on March 22, 2018

Gorgeous Gifts for Gin Lovers

Food & Drink/ gifts/ Gin

I’ve really been getting into gin recently, I’ve attended a Gin Festival, a gin tasting night and have another Gin Festival planned for April. I’ve also enjoyed buying endless bottles of gin and finding new favourites. There seems to be a bit of a gin craze right now and I love it! Long may it go on I say! Today I’m bringing you some absolutely gorgeous gifts for gin lovers… just incase you need a treat for one of your gin loving friends or maybe yourself 😉

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Posted on March 13, 2018

25 Fun Easter Food Ideas for Kids

Activities/ Easter/ Food & Drink/ sponsored

I can’t believe it is only a couple of weeks until Easter, it feels like we have only just gone back to school yet we break up for the Easter holidays a week on Friday! I absolutely love everything about Easter and we love getting in the kitchen to make some treats for ourselves or to make as gifts for others, so today I thought I’d have a look around to see what yummy treats are out there and I’m sharing 25 fun Easter food ideas that you can get the kids helping with. Make sure you check out this post if you are looking for more Easter activities.

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Posted on January 30, 2018

25 Fun Valentine’s Food Ideas for Kids

Activities/ Food & Drink/ Valentines

Us adults don’t really “celebrate” Valentine’s Day at our house but we do like to make it a bit of fun for the kids. I know, I know Valentine’s Day is for lovers but there is nothing wrong with celebrating the love we have as a family. We always like to make a few fun food treats around Valentine’s Day because there are so many awesome recipes out there and today we are going to share some of those with you. So make sure you have already eaten before you go any further because I can guarantee you will be drooling by the time you get to the end 🙂 Read more

Cadbury Easter Range
Posted on March 31, 2017

Easter Treats – Something For Everyone

Food & Drink/ gifts

It’s probably a bad idea to start putting this post together whilst I am trying to eat healthily but what the heck I’ve done it for you anyway and might have put on a few pounds in the process 😉 Easter is right around the corner, my absolute favourite time of year… not just for the chocolate but for Spring, lambs, chicks, tulips, daffodils and the other wonderful things that come with it so I’m feeling pretty chirpy right now! I’ve put together a few Easter treats to give you some ideas of what you can pick up for Easter at the moment. Enjoy xx Read more

20 spooky halloween treats
Posted on September 28, 2016

20 Spooky Treats for your Halloween Party

Activities/ Craft/ Food & Drink/ Halloween

So you’re having a Halloween party and need some ideas for some spooky treats to dish out, well you have come to the right place! We’ve been busy finding our favourite spooky treats to make for our neighbourhood Halloween party so we thought we would share them with you too. Yesterday I shared 20 awesome Halloween crafts for kids so you might want to have a nosy at that too 🙂 Read more

Posted on September 23, 2016

Making Lunchtime Fun with BEAR

Food & Drink/ sponsored

It can be really hard to make packed lunches interesting and healthy for little ones, it is just so easy to slip into giving them the same things day in and day out because it is easy and you know that they will eat it. I am guilty of doing this and I really don’t think it helps, in fact I’d say it just encourages picky eating! So for this new school year I’ve set myself the task of making things more interesting, more healthy and getting my kids to eat a much more varied diet!

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