Showing posts from November, 2016

Your Most Budget-Friendly Christmas Ever

Hi everyone No matter how much you eagerly await Christmas , the expenses involved can make you dread it too.  However, it is possible to keep your costs under control with a bit of forward-planning. Here is how: Each year in January you swear that the coming Christmas is going to be cheaper, but it seems that it is suddenly here again: decorations for the house, buying of presents, caring for guests, as well as turkey and all the trimmings you need to cook. It does not have to be stressful. With a bit of creativity and careful planning, it is possible to keep spiralling costs at bay and keep your budget under control. The following tricks and tips can help in planning your Christmas down to your last penny, to ensure that you never have to tighten your belt once more in when January rolls in.  Budgeting For Gifts 1. Create a budget and don’t deviate from it: think of the total maximum amount you are willing to spend then divide this figure between the number of peo

Christmas Craft Fair At The Walled Gardens

Hi Bunnies On Sunday 20th November I visited the Christmas craft fair at the Walled Gardens in Beeston Fields Golf Club, Nottingham. It was free entry and open from 10am-4pm. I love going to craft fairs as you buy handmade gifts for loved ones or if you are creative like me then you can gain ideas of what to make.  My favourite items were the felt penguins and home made bunnies.   I'm currently looking around the Christmas fair at The Walled Gardens in Beeston. Beautiful handmade items are avaliable for sale and so much more ๐Ÿ˜Š my favourite were the bunnies๐Ÿฐ.It's free entry and open until 4pm. #walledgarden #Beeston #cbloggers #Nottingham #christmasfair #rabbits #bunnies #rabbit #nottinghamblogger A photo posted by Hayley (@bunnymoonstone) on Nov 20, 2016 at 6:07am PST Watch my video below incase you missed it :- Enjoy! Bunny Hugs, Hayley xxx


Hi everyone. I saw the hashtag #TodayImGrateful on Twitter and I wanted to write a blog post saying what I'm grateful for. Twitter can only fit 140 characters in one tweet and this is not enough space. I thought i would write a blog post instead. I believe in having a attitude of gratitude. I think it's important to be grateful for everything that you have in life because someone would love to have what you have. Today I'm grateful for..... My home I am grateful that I have a house to live in. I am blessed to have my own room and a place to sleep peacefully. I am protected and safe. My family I have a mum and dad who are alive and healthy who love me unconditionally. If it wasn't for my parents then I wouldn't exist. I'm grateful to have Magic in my life. She's my pet rabbit and my best friend. I talk to my rabbit as if I'm going to get a reply. ๐Ÿฐ๐Ÿ˜ #bunniesofinstagram #bunnylove #selfie #nofilter #rabbits #pet #magic #rabbitsofinst

Betty Crockers Devil's Food Cake Mix Review

Hi everyone It's that time of year again when I find myself eating more sweet foods due to the colder weather. A slice of cake seems more appealing to me rather than a healthy soup or salad. I brought a Betty Crockers Devil's food cake mix from ASDA last week and I wanted to share my thoughts on it with you. After researching on the Betty Crocker website there are gluten free alternative kits available which I would love to test and blog for you.  The cake mix comes in a packet inside the box and you have to combine your own eggs, vegetable oil and water in a large bowl. The ingredients are easy to mix together to create a beautifully smooth texture. Cakes which I make from scratch the mixture never comes out as good. I divided the mixture into 2 cake tins and put in the oven (180 degrees on the middle shelf for about 25 mins) As my two cakes were baking in the oven. a delicious smell of chocolate spread around my entire house and my mouth was drooling the enti