French Parents Don’t Give In by Pamela Druckerman || KappaCino Book Club

French Parents Don’t Give In by Pamela Druckerman is one of the first parenting books that I have reviewed. This book is packed with parenting tips that come straight from the parents of France.

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Misery || Movie Mondays

misery \\ movie mondays \\ latte lindsay

Misery is the 1990 movie which is based on the classic Stephen King novel. Kathy Bates and James Caan star as Annie Wilkes and Paul Sheldon, a writer and his number one fan who takes care of him after a car accident.

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Christy || The Big Quiz

It’s starting to get a bit nippy outside and the weather is turning. But that means you have a valid excuse to grab a cup of tea and read about your favourite bloggers. This week, we have Christy from welshmum.com slipping the beans.

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My steamy hour || I tried an experiment with the ironing and it did not go well

My steamy hour || I tried an experiment with the ironing and it did not go well

For the last few weeks, I have been trying various things to make my life better. Small changes that could add up to something big. My most recent experiment was with the ironing pile and how to get rid of it.

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Thinking Like A Thief To Secure Your Home

Thinking Like A Thief To Secure Your Home

It sounds like quite an odd thing to do, and it is, but sometimes looking at your owned home through the eyes of a thief can be an extraordinarily useful thing to do. Why? Because when applying security apparatus to our home, we often think from our own position. It’s not hard to do that. That’s usually the only vantage point we can think from. But it doesn’t take a method actor to walk around the perimeter of your property and try to look at the weak spots of your home. Then, considerations like the cost to block weakness becomes much less of a consideration than stopping anyone from entering your home at all.

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First world problems with Dyson

Dyson vacuums have been part of my cleaning arsenal for a good few years now. But are they really all that good? I’ve been testing one out for the last five years so that you don’t have to.

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The Beauty Edit || September 2018

The Beauty Edit is back for September and this month it is a bit smaller than usual. That’s because I’m focusing on a smaller amount of stuff rather than the mountain that I normally feature. This month I’m featuring some of my favourite products from the last while.

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The Last Battle by CS Lewis || KappaCino Book Club

The last battle by CS Lewis || Narnia books || Kappacino book club

The Last Battle is the seventh and final book in the Narnia series. We have now come full circle and see King Tirian, the Last King of Narnia face off with his enemies in his last battle.

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What’s Your Number? || Movie Mondays

movie mondays || What's Your Number? || Chris Evans || Anna Faris

Anna Faris and Chris Evans star in this 2011 romantic comedy about a woman who is searching for the perfect ex after she panics that she might have been with too many guys and asks her friends that terrible question, “What’s Your Number?”

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Kieran MacRae || The Big Quiz

Kieran MacRae || Social Sundays || The Big Quiz || The Dozy Owl

The Social Sundays Big Quiz is back again for another week. This week we are joined by Kieran MacRae from The Dozy Owl. So grab a cup of something and pop your feet up as we learn if he can dance and his advice to 16 year old him would be.

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