Life is busy as like most people – I tend to live life in the fast lane. I’m forever rushing here and there to do this, that and the other without really considering the bigger picture, a permanent picture which I and you etch upon the planet, the carbon footprint which I leave behind.
Energy consumption is an important factor to consider when taking your carbon footprint into account, the energy which we use in some cases still relies upon fossil fuels, that and the fuel which we fill our cars with.
How Big Is My Carbon Footprint?
It begins quite literally from the moment I wake until the moment I sleep, even when I’m sleeping in fact continue to add to carbon footprint as my phone charges overnight, my landing light remains on and the boiler ticks over throughout the night.…
Welcome to this weeks #MySundaySnapshot post, which is part of a recently launched blog-linky which you are more than welcome to join. Click here for further information and guidelines upon this linky should you fancy taking part.
It’s been a weird week weather wise, according to the news it was the hottest February ever recorded! I was rather enjoying basking in the sunshine but sadly the rain has return right on time for the weekend. Apparently we are about to endure ‘Storm Freya’ which I’m sure will amount to a bit of wind and rain which will be no surprise for us hardy ‘Northerners’.…
Having blogged for the past three years, I’m well aware that it isn’t quite as simple as just writing a post… Whilst the content is obviously the most important aspect of any post, there’s so much more to writing and setting up a blog post such as pictures, videos, links, category’s, spell-checks (which I really ought to do more of before hitting the ‘publish’ button) and of course SEO.
What is SEO?
SEO stands for ‘search engine optimisation’ which will be of importance if you plan on making money from your website. If you fancy ranking highly in the rabbit warren that is google’s search results then you need to consider SEO before posting anything online.…
Life as a mum is a busy one, let’s not beat around the bush here. You have so much to think about. A job perhaps or a home to run. School runs, after school activities and clubs, the holidays and homework. It can all pile up and before you realise it, you end up with a cup of tea you made four hours ago that hasn’t been drunk and you have forgotten to even eat. Sound familiar? You are not alone.
So when it comes to style and embracing our personalities we can often leave ourselves quite low on the priority list.…
February is technically the shortest month in the year, yet it seemed to drag somewhat which feels a little unusual as I’m forever mentioning how time flies. We’ve certainly not stopped throughout this month, both Paul and I have run ourselves ragged trying to get as much as we possibly can done and dusted around the house and we still have plenty to work on.
Without any further waffle, here are a few of the things which I have #LikedandLoved during February.
Fourteen Years Together & Valentines Day
Having met and started dating on 13th February 2005, Paul and I have since celebrated Valentines Day twenty-four hours prior to the publicised date.…