Making the kitchen more eco-friendly – with Used Kitchen Exchange

The kitchen is generally the least eco-friendly room in our homes and it’s not hard to see why. The kitchen is home to most of the major appliances, needs lots of task lighting and is the main contributor to our water, gas and electric bills. When I was approached to write a blog post for Used Kitchen Exchange on ways to make our kitchens more … Continue reading Making the kitchen more eco-friendly – with Used Kitchen Exchange

Why Lush is unbeatable…IMO

I have long been a huge fan of Lush bath bombs, since I was a teenager they have always been a go-to affordable treat whenever I passed a store (I say affordable as I don’t pass by that often mainly due to there not being one on my doorstep). I was invited along to the opening evening of the new look Lush store and spa … Continue reading Why Lush is unbeatable…IMO

A sustainable Halloween with Etsy

Halloween is growing at a crazy speed each year here in the UK, with more and more Halloween items available to buy whatever your budget. It’s so easy to get sucked in by it too, I fall victim to impulse decorations more than I’d like to admit (TKMAXX and Poundland seem to get me the most) but this year I’m making a really conscious effort … Continue reading A sustainable Halloween with Etsy

October Lust List

This month I couldn’t help myself but to dedicate the LMH Lust List to all things Halloween! We’ve had such a busy autumn so far with work, travel and birthdays that I haven’t had much time to think about autumn decor within our home (I’m so sad about this). So that I don’t miss out on all of the fun I’ve spent this evening hunting … Continue reading October Lust List