Sunday, October 26, 2014

Win one of 5 Pantene haircare packs

We've joined with The Thrifty Issue to giveaway 5 haircare packs! Each pack contains:

- Pantene Ultimate 10 Shampoo & Conditioner RRP $7.99 each
- Pantene Ultimate 10 BB Creme for Hair RRP $10.99
- Pantene Volume Booster Dry Shampoo RRP $9.99
- Pantene Nature Fusion Dry Shampoo RRP $9.99
- Pantene 7 Day Smooth &Manageable Kit RRP $10.99

Everything you need for gorgeous hair! After 10 years of research and listening to thousands of Australian women, P&G has recently introduced a breakthrough formulation in hair care; new and changed Pantene.

New Pantene is designed to meet the needs of Australian women by addressing their number one hair care concern; damage.

How does it work? Well, the optimal blend of Pro-V in new Pantene nourishes and protects your hair to deliver up to 100% damage protection with a lightweight feel.

The new Pantene formulation also contains a revolutionary technology called Keratin Damage Blockers, which helps to defend hair against irreversible oxidative damage.

As part of this new change, Pantene has also recently announced Australian Supermodel, Robyn Lawley, as its newest brand ambassador.

You can read more and enter here or fill in the widget below.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Making our home a home

We moved house again last month. Our last move was meant to be the final one until we bought our own home, but circumstances changed and we had to move again. Fortunately our new home will be our home as long as we want. I know the owners are not going to be selling, especially now we are here. My daughters adore it and best yet, we can do anything we want to it.

I moved 2 nights before I flew out for an overseas conference, then it was school holidays so I am only just catching my breath now to sort out the house properly. I am pretty excited to say the least about implementing some tiny things that make a huge difference to organization within the home.

We started with the garden this week. The weeds are taller than me in some sections.

We will be planting a vegetable garden. There is already an established orange tree and I noticed our back neighbours have chickens, which is something we want too.

It is such a relief to be living somewhere I know we can be for years and that I can treat as my own home. In my last property I couldn't even have fish according to my lease.

The plan is to stay here for sometime while I invest my money elsewhere. I want to make this our home, but as frugally as possible.

What ways have you renovated, improved a home or garden on a budget?