Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Slimming efforts!

Since I last wrote about the diet attempts it has been a bit of a mixed bag of results. I lost a couple of pounds the first week then either maintained or lost a little in the few weeks after that. This week however, after a rather indulgent weekend I put on one and a half pounds. Boo.
We did however have a lovely weekend so it was worth the extra weight!
One of my favourites at the moment is making the slimming world crustless quiche. It's really simple to make, is filling and lasts a couple of days in the fridge. To make the quiche I usually fry a few rashers of chopped up bacon, add this to 5 eggs, around 200ml of milk and a sprinkling of cheese that have been whisked together. Season well, pour into a pie dish and bake for around 20 minutes. Yum.
This is another favourite of ours for dinner topped chicken.
Definitely worth a try.

Save money for your little ones with KidStart

Being able to shop online is a blessing for many of us. Busy lives, demanding little ones or simply not being that fussed about browsing the shops, whatever the reason lots of us are now choosing to buy things online
 It's not easy to put money aside for children's savings with the current high cost of living so every little helps. KidStart is a completely free shopping club which allows people to save money for their children when making purchases online.
It's really easy to get set up and many online retailers have signed up to the scheme. Every time you buy something a percentage of what you spend gets put in your child's savings pot.
I thought it sounded to good to be true but its quite simple. KidStart get paid by online retailers for promoting offers and advertising and the money made from this is used to run the scheme and pay the money collected by members.
Take a look at the following link and get signed up..