Author: Katie

How to Remove and Replace Tiles

So you’ve invested in some beautiful decorative tiles for your bathroom, kitchen or hallway and over time they have chipped or cracked. You may be wondering, “Can I remove a singular tile without ruining the others?” Well, you can – and it’s quite simple actually. You Will Need: Drill with ceramic tile bit Grout Rake Hammer Chisel Brush Tile Adhesive Adhesive Spreader Wall Spacers Grout Spreader Spirit Level Grout Finishing Tool Window Scraper Sponge Masking Tape Protective Goggles Removing the Tile: Firstly, place masking tape over the centre of the tile to stop the drill bit from slipping. Next,...

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Say Hello to Japandi: Merging Nordic Minimalism and Japanese Elegance

You’re probably wondering what Japandi really is and why it is so often mentioned in the interior design world. First things first, this term represents the fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian interior design styles and it’s an absolute hit this season. Additionally, more and more modern homeowners are going crazy for this irresistible combination of rustic minimalism of the Scandi design and humble gracefulness of the Japanese interior décor. Therefore, we have decided to share some of the biggest Japandi decoration suggestions for you to try out and turn your home into a true oasis of elegance and charm....

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Why Book a Serviced Apartment for a One-Night Stay?

When you’re going to visit a city for more than a week or two, it’s perfectly natural to seek out a serviced apartment instead of booking a hotel room. After all, you’ll want somewhere a little larger and more welcoming. Better yet, most serviced apartments provide significant discounts if you stay for weeks instead of days. But what if you’re only visiting for one night? Booking a serviced apartment might not seem necessary, but there are plenty of compelling benefits that come with doing so. Central Location Unless you’re booking an ultra-fancy (and expensive) 5-star, hotels are usually positioned...

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The History of the Traditional Charm Bracelet

If one really wanted to trace back to the very first charms that humans used, the search would take you right back to 400 BC, yet there is evidence to suggest that people wore animal parts to ward off evil spirits as far back as 75,000 years ago. Fuelled by a lack of knowledge of the universe, man has always sought to find amulets or other relics and wear them upon their body. Of course, each culture has utilised charms in its own unique way, with shells, bones, skins, and precious stones, all used in abundance, and if we...

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My Fitness Journey

My Fitness Journey As I have been going to the gym for 3 years now, I’m going to share with you some of the things I have learnt throughout this amazing fitness journey! Baby steps Turning up the gym and doing little-to-nothing is still a step in the right direction if you are not an avid gym goer. Aim to improve on your last session and become better, fitter, and thinner than you were last week. If you’ve been going for only a couple of weeks the results will take time to come in, so in the meantime, enjoy...

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Name: Katie Dodd
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Welcome to Life's a Peach! I'm always looking for new and exciting ways to improve my lifestyle - so I thought I may as well blog about it, so I can share what I've learned with others.

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