Leuchtturm Bullet Journal Review 1917

There is no denying that I am slightly unorganised when it comes to daily tasks and blog work. I have struggled for ages to keep on top of tasks and keep a notebook of my tasks. I worked out that a plain lined book couldn’t work while I was trying to track what I was doing, meal planning and jotting down notes. I have tried a couple of different brands and types before but nothing quite worked out. After doing some research I have seen many other people as well as bloggers using the Leuchtturm Bullet Journal. Here is my Leuchtturm Bullet Journal review… Where To Find The Leuchtturm Bullet Journal While I thought many stores would have produced their… View Post

10 Books To Read On World Book Day

Every year World Book Day becomes a bigger, and bigger event. Sure, it’s something that’s ‘a bit of a pain’ when it comes to finding an outfit, a theme etc. However, in a world where technology is at our fingertips reading a physical book is something that should really be celebrated. To celebrate World Book Day we’ve put together a list of 10 books to read on World Book Day. Of course, you don’t have to read all ten of these – just one (or making a start on one) will do. Instead, the list has been used to allow us to *try* and find a book that suits just about all ages and abilities. Early Readers & Picture Books… View Post

Getting Organised This Spring Time With Tufferman

It’s that time of year… Christmas is over and done with and our attention moves to spring cleaning and decluttering. It can easily be so overwhelming though, in fact after Christmas we seem to have more stuff than ever before. Nothing in its right place, here at The Harrison Household it’s generally just chaos! So when the guys at Tufferman got in touch to ask us whether or not we’d like to check out some of their storage and organisation solutions we knew it’s something we had to cover. Afterall, we can’t be the only ones sat in a house of chaos right now – can we? We decided to try out two very different products that we want to… View Post

Disney Tsum Tsum 7 Pieces Themed Pack Review

Disney and Jakks Pacific have done it again, though we had seen the odd one spotted from time to time we have now been able to get our hands on the series 7, themed pack of 5. I haven’t seen any previous series but spotted the Woodys roundup and the Cat Craze. Check out Tsum Tsum 7 Pieces Themed Pack Review… I loved finding these as it meant you could really complete a film series without having to get a hundred different smaller packets. I would like to find more and see what other themes they have available as I think these are great to give as a gift. Each one has a surprise tsum tsum which comes in a sealed foil… View Post

Paddington Spot The Difference Review

There is no missing that the famous Paddington Bear is back and definitely taking the world by storm. With the new Paddington Film out University Games have released a variety of games to keep everyone entertained. Today I am writing about the Paddington Spot The Difference game, suitable for ages 8+. Paddington had been a great family favourite for over 60 years and has been entertaining generation after generation. This iconic bear has been a household name for years and so there is no surprise that he is back again to create more family fun. I loved games like spot the difference as a child and matching games, it was so simple yet so effective. I loved beating the other… View Post

Num Noms Sweet Sample Review

There is no denying that not only is my niece a big fan of Num Noms but also us. And who wouldn’t when they are so cute and smell so good. These little scoops of ice cream have taken the US and UK by storm and are evergrowing in popularity amongst children, and many cases the adults too. We were lucky enough to get our hands on this 12 piece Num Noms Sweet Sampler, check out our review below. The Num Noms Sweet Sampler is a great way to start your Num Noms collection (RRP £16.99), I love the detail of the packaging and would to definitely use it as my official carry case, whether Bella will or not is… View Post

Just The Ticket Review

Ever since Cora and I have been together we have done a lot and been to lots of places. I am quite sentimental and keep small things like cinema stubs, cards and photos. I kept them in my bedside drawer and held on to them for some reason. Cora is a minimalist and likes to keep things tidy and get rid of the clutter. She knows I wouldn’t want to throw away the small things but feels they are wasted in a box in the wardrobe. This year for Christmas she got me the best gift ever, a ticket stub organiser. This is my Just The Ticket review… How It Works Just The Ticket book is a ring binder folder… View Post

Num Noms Series 4 Mystery Review

To say Bella was excited to get a mystery Num Noms Series 4 to review would be an absolute understatement. We’re no newcomer to the world of Num Noms and have been purchasing the Num Nom products for the best part of 18 months now. In Num Noms series 4, you’ll find a scented nail polish or glitter lip-gloss nom. All packaged in an adorable fro-yo cup! Don’t forget about the hundreds of different scents and smells each to match the style of the Num Nom. Open the cup and find out what’s inside. In our case, it was a nail polish! This num nom is one of many to collect. Inside each mystery fro-yo cup, you’ll find a collectors… View Post

LOL Dolls Review {Series 2}

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about LOL Dolls. They seem to be absolutely EVERYWHERE at the moment. Eager to see what all the fuss is about we kindly sent one to review. This is the LOL Dolls Review for the Series 2. If you’re a bit of a collecting nerd like we are then you can learn more about the first LOL dolls series here. The LOL doll features 7 layers within each layer you’ll find a surprise. The first layer contains a secret message relating to the doll you have. Some of the layers can be a little tricky to unwrap so make sure adults are on hand to give a little assistance should need… View Post

Dealing With Blue Monday – The Most Miserable Day Of The Year

The third Monday of January is commonly known as Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year. A day in which are all feeling our most sorrowful and gloomy in accordance to Psychologist Dr Cliff Arnall. To be honest I find the vast majority of January to be rather blue. The flickering lights of Christmas have disappeared. We’re all trying to stick to New Year’s resolutions that the majority of us hate. The nights are dark. The mornings are dark. We’re broke. Need I go on? Anyway, for that very reason, I’ve put together a list of quick pick me ups. These will hopefully turn Blue Monday into the feeling of a Sunny Saturday (see what I did there?) Schedule… View Post