Things to Be Done by Newly Engaged Couples

If you just recently got engaged to the love of your life and are now preparing for the big day, know that planning a wedding is not a simple task. It will be the most amazing and unforgettable day of your life so it is better to be smart about what you and your fiancé should do first. Try not to get intimidated by all the things that you need to accomplish, so you can set yourself up for success. Below is a suggested wedding checklist to help guide you in your preparations through the next 6 to 12 months.

Experience a Luxury Trip Once in Your lifetime and Don’t Hold Back on the Expense

Are you searching for ways to make your next trip memorable? If yes, consider stepping everything up. Try going beyond your usual method where you opt for the cheapest options possible. This time, forget the cost and go for an option that you think is most suitable for you. Here are some tips for a more relaxing and luxury-filled trip.

2017 Autumn Wildlife Spotters Guide – The New Forest

During the British Autumn season and especially at half-term, as leaves start changing colour and the days become increasingly shorter, it’s the perfect time of year for you and your children to re-discover various wildlife in the New Forest. Once an enchanted royal forest used for hunts by William the Conqueror, it still has pigs, ponies, donkeys, deer and other wildlife roaming free. Or if you’re a bird watcher, there are plenty of birds to be found in the abundance of woodland. This information was put together by Sandy Balls.

Should You Switch To A Gas Cooker?

When it comes to choosing the right cooker for your kitchen, there are a few choices to make. The stand-alone cooker range is now so large that you have to have some idea of what you want to buy before you even head into the store. Many people opt for a gas cooker in their new kitchen, whilst some still for the electric option. Both have their merits and we’ve discussed these here.

How To Switch Your Gas And Electricity Tariff

Raise your hand if you like paying your energy bills! *dead silence*. We all hate bills, but unfortunately, chances are we’re going to be paying them for the rest of our lives. What we can do, however, is reduce the size of what we have to pay. Pretty much all household bills can be considerably reduced, but none more so that your energy bills. Since 1990, households across the country have had the choice to switch who provides their gas and electricity, a choice hundreds of thousands of people across the country have still not taken advantage of. For a variety of reasons, consumers in the UK still haven’t bothered to switch their tariff, leaving them on the most expensive tariffs the market has to offer. What are these reasons? Who knows, but here’s the reasons you should be switching right now. 

The Best Interior Design Tricks For Small Homes And Apartments

According to The Guardian, the number of flat sharers in their 40s has risen dramatically of late.  Those of us with small homes but a yearning for a pleasant, personalised living space might feel restricted, but here are some tips and tricks for maximising the design potential of your mini abode.     

How to Enjoy Your Garden in the Winter Months

A garden is a wonderful place to take time out and relax, and no matter the size of your available space, it is only natural that you want to make the most of it. A nice patio, for example, is a great addition to a small flat or house, and in the summer months you can take in what little sun we get in the UK and enjoy it! The garden is also a great place for socialising; you might throw a party or enjoy a barbecue, and invite friends and family to join you for some food and a few drinks, but wouldn’t it be great if you could also do this during the colder months of the year?

Why Choose Bali For Your Wedding & Honeymoon?

Tropical island wedding bliss in Bali

Most people would only dream of celebrating their wedding on a remote tropical island, seeing the crystal clear waters, hearing the gentle ocean waves and feeling sand between their toes. These wonderful dreams are reality to hundreds of romantic couples who decide to tie the knot on the stunning island of Bali each year. Bali offers limitless options to couples who want to celebrate their special day in paradise. This island stands out from many of the other Indonesian regions, it has a certain sense of peace and tranquility, everywhere you turn you see the beaming white smiles of local people, who are usually occupied with arranging beautiful Hindu offerings to the Gods. You smell the wonderful aromas of incense wafting through the air and all around you mother nature is truly alive. The island vibe is just right for wedding celebrations, so spiritual and romantic all at the same time. With such a diverse landscape, Bali offers couples many options when it comes to wedding locations.