Sunday, 23 April 2017
Saturday, 22 April 2017
Last weekend we had lots of Easter fun with an Easter Egg Hunt at home and one at Castle Ashby. I have never been to Castle Ashby before but it was such a beautiful place with lots of different animals for the children to see. I will definitely be going back with the girls this summer.
Our Easter Hunt at home went down so well and I could not believe how quickly Mabel was with finding the next clue and eggs. Next year is going to be even more fun with both the girls working together to find the eggs.
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Friday, 21 April 2017
In December I tried the Simply Cook subscription box and I absolutely loved it, (you can see that review here), so when I received an email to try another box for a discounted price, I jumped at the chance.
What Simply Cook do is they send you each month 4 boxes of herbs, spices, seasonings and pastes to make 4 different meals, along with the recipe cards. Your first box is predetermined but after that, you will be able to choose what recipes you would like in your next box. As I had already received one box in December, I was able to choose the recipes this time around.
With so many recipes on offer, I found it rather difficult to pick, but I whittled it down to 4 brand new ones that I had not tried.
Wednesday, 19 April 2017
What if you had an unexpected bill for new car tyres, or for fixing the boiler, or maybe you need money to pay your bills because you have been made redundant. Do you have those funds available now? If not what would happen, would you ask for help from friends and family, take out a loan or use a credit card? Not having those funds available in your bank for the unexpected events can be scary, which is why having an emergency fund is so important.
An emergency fund is just that. Money set aside that can cover the costs of life's unexpected events that require an immediate action. It is to keep you stable so you don't struggle or get into debt.
Monday, 17 April 2017
This week at Tesco they had a lot of their vegetables low in price to compete with the Asda 20p offers and Aldi's 29p super 6. This was great because it meant my meals were made even cheaper. We have decided to go dairy free for a week and introduce goats milk to Mabel to see if this improves her eczema. Therefore all the meals below will be dairy free and I think it will make a nice change. The weekly total figure I think is pretty good because goats milk is really expensive and so is the free from products, but this week also included Easter Eggs for our Hunt.
Ratatouille with Bulgur
Toad in the Hole
Butternut Squash Dhal with Homemade Naan
Pork and Apple Burger with Beetroot Coleslaw and Wedges
Roasted Butternut Squash, Beetroot and Bacon Couscous
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