Saturday, 3 October 2015

Look In My Letterbox.

Lots of lovely stuff though the letterbox again this week, I've actually started my Christmas shopping so I have lots of things on the way. 


Age Defying Retinal Serum & Moisturizer - I've been using these all week and they made my face so soft and smooth.

Halloween Party Pack from Party Bags & Supplies. 


Pauls Boutique £100 Voucher - I won a £100 voucher and decided to get a new large bag and purse. I'm a huge fan of Pauls Boutique and I love the style bags so I was thrilled with this. 

Cauli  Rice - I can't wait to try these new packs out, I won these a few months ago and been waiting for them to launch. 


Supernatural Lootcrate Chevvy Car - I got this off a geek box group I'm in, I thought it would go well with my Funko Collection. 

Lego Boxes - These I got from Argos when they was three for two, I also had a voucher so it made the three Lego sets a total of £39.99. Total bargain. The Lego dimensions level pack and starter kit I got from amazon. 

Barbie Outfit - I saw this on a Facebook page and had to get it for Lexie, total cost was £15 with delivery. 

Horror block - Septembers Horror Block  


Benefit Sample 

Alice Megan

Friday, 2 October 2015

Horror Block September

Last month was a great month for Horror Block this month just seemed to be a bit Meh again for me. It had some really good themes but just left me slightly disappointed. Here was the items included. The themes that was mentioned sounded great Aliens, silence of the lambs and I already knew about the night of the living dead DVD. 

Silence of the lambs t-shirt - I normally love the t-shirts from Horror block but this just seemed a bit blokey for my liking.  

Exclusive night of the living dead DVD & magnet set 

Rue Morgue magazine 

Exclusive horror face coaster set 

Exclusive alien Titan 2 pack figure - I'm not a huge fan of the Titan figures, I prefer Funko's.

Thursday, 1 October 2015

Lexie's Outfit Of The Day

Trendy Tot Thursday  (#TT_Thursday) is a great little link up, where you showcase something that your child has been wearing this week. If it's new or old anything goes. 

Today we have done an outfit of the day, this is what Lexie actually wore last weekend.

The blue leopard print tutu was £3.00 from H&M from our haul last week 

Asda Minnie Mouse Top 

Black sparkly H&M boots which was £10

Black sparkly tights was from a three pack in H&M

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

A Secret To Beating The Stay-At-Home Stress

Life at home with little ones can be hectic, and any stay-at-home mum will have the odd moment when they feel they’re rushed off their feet and the thought of going to a ‘normal office job’ might seem like a vacation. But, overall, the majority of stay-at-home mums wouldn’t swap places for the world. It’s so great to be able to be there for your kids whenever they need you, to be able to meet them at the school or nursery gate and to take them to the park on the way home from school. If you were working a nine-to-six job, that simply wouldn’t be a possibility. 

However, being at home with young kids can be stressful, so it’s great if you’ve got a game that you can log in to help you unwind now and then. And a game like bingo is just perfect for when you want five minutes of downtime, without having to book a babysitter to achieve it! Choose your moments - when the kids are occupied with their favourite TV show, or having a nap - to have a little relaxation time yourself. 

There are so many different bingo sites such as bgo, Tidy Bingo or Comfy Bingo to play at, and many of them give great welcome bonuses to new players. If you sign up just £10, you get an extra £40 to play with – that’s a 400% bonus! Other sites have similar offers and with most bingo games costing only pennies to play, that amount of bonus cash will give you plenty of entertainment value. 

For anyone who’s never played bingo, you may be wondering about the appeal. The great thing about bingo is that it’s a really simple game of chance – so it’s ideal for something to relax and unwind with. If you’ve felt hassled during the day, sitting down to a game of bingo can be almost meditative – until you come close to winning, that is! With the online game, the software puts in all the effort for the player – marking the numbers on your cards as they match the bingo calls. If you have a win, it’s logged automatically. So, if you have to leave the screen mid-game, you’ll still get your win. In fact, on many sites, it’s possible to pre-buy tickets for games you don’t want to miss, so even if you can’t sit down to play at the scheduled times, your cards will still be played for you. 

There are always plenty of free games on the bingo sites, too. It’s a way of rewarding regular players’ loyalty. We all like the idea of getting something for nothing, after all. Although they cost nothing to play, the free games have cash or other prizes attached to them and, even if you don’t win, you still have the fun of playing. 

Unlike some other online games, bingo has a real social element to it. That’s probably why it’s such a popular choice with stay-at-home mums. Although you might not have time for a long natter on the phone, you can dip in and out of a bingo chat room as you feel like it. There’s company there whenever you need it, but no obligation to stay if you’re too busy. You never know who you might meet in a bingo chat room, but the odds are that anyone who’s there will be up for a bit of a giggle and gossip while watching their cards progress – just like you. 

Next time you want something fun to do online to break up the daily routine, give online bingo a try!

Saturday, 26 September 2015

Look In My Letterbox.

I've had alot of parcels though the his week and I've had lots of wins turn up, these are always great for Christmas and make good stocking fillers. 


Palace Pet Bright Eyes Plush

New and improved recipe Jelly Juice


My little pony DVD

Queen of shadows book from life as a book addict blog

£50 One4all voucher from Zeal Buzz Blog

Swimshop goodies from Family Fever blog - Lexie will be chuffed when we go swimming.


My little pony build a bear - both came to £25.25 with postage. Putting these up for Lexie as a Christmas present.

Freddy & Regan Funko pop vinyls


Urban Decay mini mascara

Alice Megan

Friday, 25 September 2015

Lexie's H&M Haul

Trendy Tot Thursday  (#TT_Thursday) is a great little link up, where you showcase something that your child has been wearing this week. If it's new or old anything goes. 

I missed last weeks, I'm still trying to get in to a routine now that I'm working with to do better with my time and plan what posts I'm doing a few days before. This week is a haul post as I was browsing on H&M and they had a huge sale. Honestly I could of gone on and on with buying for Lexie, but as she is so fussy with her clothes I didn't want to buy something she wasn't going to wear. I didn't think it was bad for a total of £14.50. 

First up is the Frozen 6 pack hair accessories, we always need clips and bobbles as the disappear like magic. These was £2 for the pack.

The blue leopard print tutu was £3.00 

Long spotty maxi dress £2.00 

White leggings £1.50 and peplum pink top £2.00 

Zigzag trousers £4.00 and pink flower top £3.00

Thursday, 24 September 2015

My Perfect Movie Night

Gone are the days where the weekends would be full of partying, waiting till the club lights come on at 6am. I'm now more of a hermit where I prefer costing up on the sofa with a film and some snacks! You can't beat a movie night, it's perfect as a treat for some me time or to have some family time with the kids. 

So the first item for a perfect night is a decent ( clean, no sticky fingerprints) TV check out this Panasonic Viera 4k TV .With some ultra cool features studio master drive for more accurate colour and smoother gradation at any brightness. Local dimming ultra, deep robust blacks with high contrast. Ultra bright panel with richer and more brilliant colour even in bright scenes. Studio master colour makes vividly colourful images from a wide colour gamut making watching a film feel like you are really there. 

Now time to get really comfy in this awesome retro Ghostbusters onesie from Truffle shuffle perfect for the cooler nights. 

I'm a bit of a horror buff so my film of choice ( not with the kids) would be Saw. I still love the uniqueness of the original film, it was pretty mind blowing and I think it will remain my top film for a while. 

If it gets too scary you can hide under this Supernatural blanket from Hot Topic, surely the Winchester boys will keep you safe. 

Don't forgot a popcorn treat with this retro mini popcorn maker, if you are anything like me that 9/10 burns the microwave popcorn then this would go down as a huge hit. 

What makes your perfect movie night?