My daughter has had her LeapPad Ultimate for over a month now and I can safely say that she still adores it and is always happy when she plays on it. She ‘discovers’ it in her toy boxes every couple of days (I think she thinks that fairies tidy up and take toys away only for them to reappear at certain intervals.) I thought I would update my review of the LeapPad Ulimate now that we have had the tablet a while and got used to most of it’s features.
I decided that 2018 was going to be the year I finally started taking self care and “me time” seriously. It was a main feature in my 2018 hopes and dreams post. So I thought I would write a post about exactly what that was going to involve.
I have been looking for a new Hoover for a while now. Our old one is failing and it’s on the heavy side for me, which means doing to vacuuming was difficult on my good days and impossible on my bad days. I have been looking for a lightweight vaccum cleaner which would make life easier for me. So when I was asked if I would like to try the VonHaus Stick Vacuum Cleaner I agreed, hoping it could help make a difference for me.
I was beyond excited to hear about a book set in a world where time, or rather that time people have left of their life is used as a currency. It’s such a unique concept, I couldn’t wait to read it once it was published on the 2nd of January 2018. So, as you can imagine, I was over the moon when it appeared in my December 2017 Fairyloot Box which arrived about 3 weeks before the publication date.
It’s been a while since I have written a WIP update so it’s probably well overdue. I have been really busy over the course of December and feel like my little project hasn’t had the time it deserves. But then I realise that I have spent most of my spare, waking moments thinking about it. So, just because I don’t have many more words in the page, so to speak, I have progressed a fair bit.