It’s with a massive thanks to the lovely people at BLACK+DECKER (my fantastic Britmums Live sponsors this year) that I continue this months #BirthdayBonanza giveaway. Prize number 4 is an amazing Gyro Driver.
With gyroscoptic sensors, the BLACK+DECKER Gyro Driver is a screwdriver with a difference. It operates simply with a twist of a wrist. Perfect for awkward spaces, it makes light work of any task.
It features an LED light for dark areas, magnetic screw holder and then latest lithium ion battery.
See it in action for yourself…
MRRP at B&Q is £39.99 and I’m lucky enough to have one to giveaway to your lovely lot.
For your chance to win, just enter via the rafflecopter below…Good luck!
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DISCLAIMER: The prize was donated by BLACK+DECKER for this giveaway.
Still no word from the tradesman this week about a date for the bathroom, grrrr. So I’m scouring the net for bathroom accessories and spied this weeks freestanding bath splurge Vs save, which even I was surprised at.
Freestanding Bath Splurge
Ok, so in the grand scheme of things, £643 is hardly the most expensive bath out there. But given that it is from B&Q, you would naturally assume that it would be the cheapest of its kind (as I did when I bought all our bathroom goods from there a few months back). Don’t be fooled though…a little bit of searching and you can still save yourself enough to buy the taps.
Freestanding Bath Save
Well I didn’t expect to find a save on a website called Designer Bathroom Concepts! But there I was drooling over the £3,000 baths (playing ‘if I win the lotto’) when I spotted this weeks freestanding bath save on offer at £499.50! Better than that…it comes in 4 different colours (White, grey, black and purple)!
This week splurge vs save just goes to show that sometimes those high end stores can provide you with a save, if you look hard enough.
I think I have run through a fair amount of Munch’s favourite things to do over the course of Katie’s Ordinary Moments link up. It’s about time that I tackle some of her qualities. One of which is confidence.
Neither hubs or I were particularly fearless as children. I remember being very shy all through school and even now, at 31, I was terrified at my first Britmums Live! So we have no idea where her confidence comes from.
Perhaps being at nursery has given her this confidence boost. It’s by no means cocky. It’s actually really endearing to watch her enjoy life (not giving 2 hoots about what people say or think). I wish she could keep this quality forever, but I know it will fade as she grows.
Until then, we will watch her tackle any situation she is faced with, with no fear.