Panasonic SC-RB5 Bluetooth Speaker review

Sunday, 24 July 2016

Music.
It's an integral part of my life, it can transform your mood, the atmosphere of a party / room and even take you back to the best and worst parts of your life. Music has changed dramatically over the years from Vinyl to cassettes, to CDs to now where most people stream all their music online.

I tend to listen to the majority of my music through spotify on my phone which is fine if I want to listen solo but the speakers are no good for sharing music with friends, step forward the Panasonic SC-RB5

Weight: 0.5kg
Diameter: Less than 10cm
Height: Less than 6cm
Price: £79.99

This little beauty uses very clever technology called 'Resonance Bass' which basically means it vibrates through the base onto the surface it's sitting on thus amplifying both the bass and volume. It also changes the sound based on what you've placed it on

The device itself is ridiculously easy to set up and took me less than a minute to synch the bluetooth between the speaker and my iphone, I also love that you can connect numerous speakers together to further boost the sound.

The device is ultra sleek and cute with a black and silver theme with blue lighting detail. The bottom blue line actually flashes in time with your music which looks fab. With a range of around 10 meters and a battery life of up to 12 hours it's perfect for all those summer occasions from BBQ's to Beach parties just pop it in your bag and place on a solid surface once you're there

I think while the price is a little high, you're getting far superior quality when compared to others on the market especially as it's also splash proof with the resonance bass capability. It's built to last and has certainly got me blasting music out in the sunshine we've been enjoying

What would you play first?





Look in my letterbox #104 linky

Saturday, 23 July 2016

LIML Linky picture
Look in my letterbox is a weekly linky running on Saturdays. It's to showcase everything you've received through the letterbox that week. This could be competition wins, freebies, review products or even a rant about the bills all posts are welcome as long as the item was received that week:
  •  Linky runs Saturday to the following Friday
  •  Link 1 post showcasing either a haul or a singular item you've received through the letterbox this week
  • Mention me and the lovely Rebecca from Mumofaprematurebaby @x_walter @Alicemegan1993 #LIML for a retweet
  • I visit all my linkers and promote on twitter during the week, it would be lovely if you could visit your fellow linkers  
  • Spread the word! 
Evening boys and girls! Last week was the first week I co-hosted with the lovely Rebecca and it was fab I hope you guys were happy with all your posts being shared out. This weeks been uber quiet I've only had one thing the whole week long 


However it's definitely a goodie! I love Branston and all their products so I'm thrilled to be trying out products from their range

Do you have any recipe suggestions?


I Just Love It Review

Thursday, 21 July 2016

I just love it logo


Gift buying! It's never easy is it? Especially not when people seem to already have everything you can ever think of. I try and make my gifts really thoughtful rather than a generic gift set so when I got the opportunity to review items from I Just Love It I jumped at the chance. They offer gifts with a personal touch, with a huge range of gifts for all occasions and the ability to personalise many of them all your gifting needs are sorted. The websites fantastic and you can choose particular categories or occasions to help your search so here's what I picked from the site:

 How british are these? Yummy white chocolate fish and chips presented in an old fashioned newspaper decorated box. I gifted these to my dad and the chocolate's so tasty and creamy he definitely approves!


Next up is a Le de da living Instant Happy Women candle, and I was so impressed with this! I generally burn candles most nights but find the scents a bit lacking. This one however was beyond amazing, it smells of pomegranate and raisins and smells so realistic! It looks ultra stylish in the green holder and with the soy wax blend it has an extensive burn time of 40 hours

Nothing beats a good retro sweet! And despite many places claiming retro sweets they just don't taste the same well that's not the case with Lolly May not only do the cola cubes taste just like I remember them you get loads in the full tube of sweets! Plus there's lots of variety in sweet choice. I gifted them to my mum and even had them personalized, certainly a fantastic gift for anyone with a sweet tooth

Finally we've got this gorgeous gift for my pussy cats, It's a gorgeous mason jar with a lock clip lip perfectly engraved to hold their treats. I originally had quite a naff jar or simply left their treats in the packet. This way they can be out and still fit in with my kitchen decor

I'm sure you'll agree the products are fantastic and there truly is something for everyone available

What would you buy?

Look in my letterbox #103 linky

Saturday, 9 July 2016

LIML Linky picture
Look in my letterbox is a weekly linky running on Saturdays. It's to showcase everything you've received through the letterbox that week. This could be competition wins, freebies, review products or even a rant about the bills all posts are welcome as long as the item was received that week:
  •  Linky runs Saturday to the following Friday
  •  Link 1 post showcasing either a haul or a singular item you've received through the letterbox this week
  • Mention me and the lovely Rebecca from Mumofaprematurebaby @x_walter @Alicemegan1993 #LIML for a retweet
  • I visit all my linkers and promote on twitter during the week, it would be lovely if you could visit your fellow linkers  
  • Spread the word! 
Good morning guys! I've had a very busy week this week but what I'm most pleased about is I've got a lovely co-host for #LIML! Rebecca's been linking up since the beginning so I'm thrilled to have her on board to help me promote the linky so make sure you give us both a mention in your twitter posts for a RT!
1) Panasonic Bluetooth speakers - I can't wait to review these! Perfect for summer BBQ's
2) I won the Blue eyes dvd and the deadpool dvd was free from sky store I got an email with £15 credit so check your emails!
3) I've recently joined the gym! I thought it was about time I got my arse in gear so I bought some new gym clothes from Fashion World
4) Eeeeek I was so excited with this! I've been asked to review some goodies from Enesco and I'm so chuffed with my choices, I know you can't see everything properly but I want to do a big reveal on my post but definitely keep an eye on it if you're a disney fan!

What have you had this week?

Your guide to safer sex

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

So that you can enjoy a fulfilled sex life, it’s important that you keep your health and wellbeing in check. Before you next slide between the sheets, you may want to make sure you’re up to speed with the following useful tips.

Be aware of STIs

It’s crucial to be aware of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). These infections are passed between people during unprotected sex and they can be a major risk to your health. Some also have the potential to cause infertility. The good news is, there are a few steps you can take to protect yourself from these dangers. For example, it’s important to recognise that not all forms of birth control can prevent you from getting STIs. In fact, the condom is the only method currently available that can stop you from contracting an STI.

Unfortunately, you may not experience any symptoms of having an STI, meaning you could be infected and not be aware of it. On the other hand, there are some infections which are accompanied by noticeable symptoms, such as herpes. Making the effort to get yourself tested regularly is a good way to stay on top of your sexual health. To learn more about the signs of STIs, including herpes symptoms, you can find information online from trusted websites.

Get clued up on your contraception options


Contraception plays a major role when it comes to practicing safe sex, and with over 10 different types to choose from, you shouldn’t struggle to find a method that suits you. It’s important that you’re clued up on how your preferred method works and how it needs to be used in order for it to be as effective as it can be. For example, the combined pill is a tablet that must be taken at the same time every day. It is taken for 21 days in a row, and then stopped for seven. During this week long break, you can expect to have a period-like bleed. The combined pill is over 99 per cent effective. However, if you fail to take it properly, for example if you miss a pill, you could get pregnant. So unless you’re ready to start a family, you need to be responsible when it comes to using this particular contraceptive. For more information about the combined pill or another form of birth control, you should speak to your GP or refer to a trusted online source, such as the NHS website.


Understand emergency contraception

Although you might take the necessary steps to stay safe between the sheets, it can give you added peace of mind to understand your emergency contraception options too. Whether you’ve forgotten to use your usual method of contraception or it hasn’t worked, emergency contraception is available for you to use to reduce your chances of getting pregnant. There are three types available, two being hormonal pills known as the ‘morning after pill’, and the other being the emergency coil. You can access the morning after pill from pharmacies, while you will need to visit a sexual health clinic to get the coil fitted.

By keeping these tips in mind, you stand to have a healthy and fulfilled sex life.
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