As a website owner, you may find yourself getting a bit bored of the standard fonts on offer in WordPress. You might feel you’d like some more unique or individual options. There are various ways to add custom fonts to your WordPress website, but using a plugin is undoubtedly the easiest. In this post I’ll be sharing 5 of the best WordPress plugins for adding custom fonts.
I’ve been wanting to get the twiglets some personalised books for ages, but just never quite got round to it. So I was thrilled at the opportunity to work with Wonderbly. We were sent some Wonderbly personalised books to review, and here is what we thought! 🙂
This week has been much the same as previous weeks for us. I’m still feeling pretty anxious about the easing of lockdown. So, despite the restrictions lifting further, we’ve been staying local and most of the time still staying at home. The only difference was that we did try meeting some of our wider family with social distancing in place.
This post *may be a bit of a rant… (*it definitely will be!) The other day, I watched a TV programme called ‘Britain’s Best Parent.’ And I found it infuriating, damaging, toxic and quite frankly, a load of utter balls. I’ve been stewing on it since so I thought I’d just quickly write down the issues I have with this show.
The good old paper plate is such a versatile item and lends itself so well to super simple yet effective crafting. You probably know by now that when it comes to crafting, for me it’s the easier the better! And also the more colourful the better! So here is my round-up of the best easy yet colourful paper plate craft ideas for kids!
If you have two or more children, they will most likely have spent more uninterrupted time with their siblings than ever before over the past few months in lockdown. I’ve found it really special to watch how the bond between the twiglets has grown and strengthened during this time.
Since the lockdown rules were relaxed slightly, we haven’t really changed what we’ve been doing all that much. Still staying at home the vast majority of the time and just heading out for the odd local walk. But a couple of times we have tried going a little further afield and travelling by car to go for a walk. And to be honest, both times I’ve just found it really stressful and anxiety-inducing. I wrote a post before about how I’m feeling anxious about lockdown ending. And as lockdown starts to ease, I feel like the thing I’m struggling with the most is going out.
Let me start by saying I’m not professing to be any sort of expert at Pinterest! In fact, I’ve only actually been using Pinterest to help with promoting my blog for a few months. But in that time I’ve managed to gain 250k monthly unique viewers on there, which I’m quite proud of! I really enjoy creating lovely, colourful Pins for my blog posts, and I just thought I’d share some of the tips I’ve learned so far. So here is my simple step by step guide to creating eye-catching Pins 🙂
Week 50 squillion of lockdown and it’s been, like most of the others, full of ups and downs. So for our Living Arrows post this week, here are some of our ups and downs of lockdown life 🙂
Unicorns are just everywhere aren’t they? 🙂 My little C is obsessed with them. So am I to be fair! I’ve found so many cute pastel rainbow unicorn-themed desserts, so I thought I’d share a round-up of some of my favourites! Here are 20 yummy unicorn sweet treats 🙂
Helloooo! It’s been a bit of a mad old week really. We’ve basically been enjoying the sunshine as much as possible, despite all the scary shiz going on around us!