Buying presents is difficult. The reason I find it so difficult is because as adults, if we want something, we buy it. When it rocks around to December there isn’t really anything we necessarily want, and all I can think about is things I need. Toilet blocks and rubber gloves aren’t particularly exciting gifts, so I
We know – a Christmas article already! But, when it comes to home improvements, there are very few better times to enhance your home than to do it in time for the Christmas holidays. So, with limited time to get D.I.Ying we will have a look at some tips, techniques and materials that you can use
When the winter holidays come around, it does not mean that it is only time for presents and festive decorations, it is about spreading the Christmas spirit too. Decorating your home is one way to spread the cheer and make sure that everyone is ready for the holiday cheer. In order prepare for Christmas, it
Christmas was swell. I’m now eating chocolate, surrounded by candles, wearing my Champneys soft white dressing gown, smelling of Davidoff Cool Water Woman Eau de Toilette, about to bust open a bottle of Moët & Chandon. Who doesn’t love this time of year?! I’ve truely been spoilt ROTTEN! My friends, family and boyfriend did incredibly
I can barely believe that it’s December already, and Christmas is now a matter of weeks away – some Christmas tunes, mince pies and mulled wine soon got me feeling festive though. It’s been super exciting buying a Christmas tree and heaps of sparkly, snowy ornaments and baubles (thanks to Ocean Finance for help with the decks).
Everybody loves getting into the festive groove as soon as December rolls around, with preparations beginning to build for the big day. But what if you fancy something different this year, where else is fun to spend the holidays? Here are 10 great locations! London If you have seen Love Actually or Bridget Jones’ Diary,