I hope your March has been good for you. Spring definitely seems to be showing itself now, we have some lovely daffodils outside the door.
It’s been a bit of a year so far for me, my fatigue and mental health are 100% playing up.
So I was wondering what I should do for the competition today? And I thought it might be fun to look back on a few posts from 2021 that I’ve picked at random.
Historic Places to Visit in England
I used to love visiting historical locations across the UK. However, it is something I haven’t done it for a while now, both due to the pandemic and my health. However, this post on Historic Places to Visit in England, really got me thinking about some places I would love to go.
Featuring locations such as The Tower of London, The Shambles and Castle Rising. This post shows there really is so much to do and see across England.
Donnerberg Shiatsu Neck and Shoulder Massager
If you are looking for a way to relax and unwind tight muscles, then my review on the Donnerberg Shiatsu Neck and Shoulder Massager is a must-read. This is an update on a review of a previous older model, and even includes a discount code! Making it the perfect starting point for anyone looking to get such a device.
including a heat mode, vibration and the ability to set the nodes to go clockwise or anticlockwise in direction. This massager is a must to sit down with at the end of a stressful day.
Mobility-Friendly Places to Stay and Explore in the UK
Are you looking to head away to somewhere which is mobility friendly? Then one of these posts might be right up your street:
It can be hard to know where to go on either a holiday or a day out when you struggle with your mobility. So these posts go into 12 ideas, for both day trips and longer. You never know you might find your perfect location included!
CARAT* LONDON Lexi Bracelet
If you are after a special piece of jewellery then can I suggest heading over to my CARAT* London Review? This post shows off one of their tennis bracelets. However, they offer a stunning range of products featuring a wide range of jewellery and styles.
The difference is that all the diamonds used in their items are lab-grown. Offering a more eco-friendly alternative to those that are mined. Yet to the untrained eye they are indistinguishable.
So there you have a few posts from 2021.
Would you like to be in with a chance of winning a gin and chocolate hamper? Then here is your chance.
All you need to do is follow the directions on the Gleam application below.
*Please note the image may not be of the exact prize, this will depend on what is on offer when the competition finishes.