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Buying tickets online: The Strictly saga #CollectiveBias

  I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its advertiser. It was with great anticipation that I was given the opportunity to buy tickets online for Brendon Cole’s show License to Thrill through the online ticketing website, tickets.com; […]


by Helen • February 7, 2014
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Reading list: 12 books to relight your reading fire #cbias

I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its advertiser. Right, I said it…I am a trained librarian. However, I don’t actually read much anymore. A cardinal sin. Something happened about eight years ago that affected […]


by Helen • January 29, 2014
VO5 Dry Shampoo: Ready to start
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You mean I don’t have to wash my hair everyday? VO5 Dry Shampoo #Cbias

This is a sponsored post for Collective Bias®. I visited my local shops to buy and try out VO5 dry shampoo. I am not really a hair and make-up kind of a girl – I sort of know these things are all there, but using products on hair generally happens to other people…let me enlighten […]


by Helen • June 12, 2013
Summer toes!
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Superdrug Pedicure: A treat for my working mums feet! #cbias

Me and make-up, we are kind of like old friends that don’t see each other too often, but when we do, we get on really, really well; generally having a great time. This is pretty much true of my feet too! We get on well, but I kind of ignore them. I walk on them, […]


by Helen • April 29, 2013
Medical kit boots: What do you need?
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Medical kit mission; to boldly go where no nasal spray has gone before…

Stuntboy has ear issues; as well as having lots of other not sitting still issues, and general jumping about issues. He’s had two operations to insert grommets, and his adenoids removed; and sadly we are now back to not quite hearing properly. Though I have to admit I suspect some of that is to do […]


by Helen • March 6, 2013