Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Why It’s Smarter To Buy A Used Car | AD

I’ve always been someone who loves the experience and feel of a brand new car but there’s no denying that driving a brand new car off a forecourt ultimately costs you a lot of money. Most brand new cars depreciate significantly as soon as you drive them for the first time and will continue to depreciate quickly throughout ownership, up to around 30% in the first year alone. Buying a used car will ultimately save you a lot of money in several ways and if you’re on a budget this is definitely going to be the best option for you.  

Monday, 6 April 2020

The Secret To Healthy Houseplants | AD

My houseplant collection is my pride and joy and taking care of all 60 of them is something I take great pleasure in. Yes, like most people, I've had some casualties over the years but for the most part my plants have thrived in our home and my collection has just got bigger and bigger. 

Wednesday, 18 March 2020

Keep Safe With Regular Tyre Quality Checks | AD

Keep safe with regular tyre quality check.
If you are travelling on a trip with your family, and in between the journey you are left stranded due to tyre puncture, you will definitely think what went wrong when all the checks were done before leaving for a trip. This can be due to poor quality tyres or you might not have monitored your tyres for basic quality checks. Ever wondered what causes wear and tear in the quality of your car tyres?  
If you are living in a busy town like Basildon, you might need to keep a proper check on your tyre quality as your vehicle tyres are likely to come in contact with different road terrain and in some cases unpredictable pot holes. Following are some tips that can help keep the quality of your tyres up to mark for a longer time period. require quality tyres. 
If you want to make sure that your car tyres perform well in the long run, you need to see that they have a balanced air pressure in them. By balanced air pressure it means that they are not over inflated or underinflated. In case your car tyres are overinflated it means there is excessive air pressure in them and there are high chances that they might burst if they come in contact with a sudden road bump or pot hole. Having less amount of air pressure in the tyres can cause them to flatten out and increasing the risk of tyre punctures in between your trips.
Another important note is to check that you are buying tyres from good quality brands. You should know that good tyre brands use standard quality rubber and materials in tyre production so that they do not wear and tear quickly from getting in contact with different road terrains. The stronger the material your tyre is made of the better it will perform. If your top priority is quality when buying tyres, then you should check with trusted local companies. For example, Essex and other parts like Basildon have garages that operate locally and even provide tyre fittingsJet Wheel Tyre is one such place for choosing the right car tyres in Basildon and nearby localities.
Added to this, checking the tread depth of the tyre is also an important tyre quality check. Tread depth protects the tyre from getting damaged of sharp materials like sharp stones or other materials harming the rubber of the tyre. It also protects the tyres from entering of excessive water. The tread depth should be 1.6mm according to vehicle laws, this is the standard measure keeping your cars tyres protected.
These checks will not only keep the quality of your tyres good but will also help you have a safe driving experience. Having good quality tyres will keep you and your family safe if you are going on a long road trip and want to have a pleasant trip throughout without unexpected halts in between.

Monday, 17 February 2020

Giant Houseplant Takeover at RHS Wisley

My love of houseplants and all things botanical continues and has been intensified even more so since my recent visit to The Giant Houseplant Takeover at RHS Wisley last week. If ever there was a perfect escape away from the gloomy February weather, storms and Winter blues it's this! 

Monday, 27 January 2020

Make The Switch To Ethical Skincare in 2020 | AD

It's a new year, a new decade and maybe time for a new skincare regime? You could be looking to make the switch to cruelty free products in 2020 or perhaps you're looking to shop more ethically and environmentally friendly? Either way, I think you'll be interested in hearing about Outback Organics!


Thursday, 23 January 2020

Celebrate Chinese New Year with Passage Foods | AD

We all know that when it comes to cooking, I am all about ease and convenience. Whilst my husband really enjoys getting creative in the kitchen and experimenting with recipes for hours on end, I am much more of a throw it all in the oven and be ready in 20 minutes kind of woman! When I’m hungry and ready for dinner nothing pains me more than having to wait around for hours to eat.

Monday, 6 January 2020

CABÜ By The Sea

I always love kicking off a new year with a little break away somewhere and this year has been no different! After seeing many bloggers recently promoting their idyllic stays at Cabü I admit to being well and truly influenced into booking a mini break there for ourselves. If ever there was evidence that social influencing works this would be it! 
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