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WIN a Luxury Hotel style sheet set!!

Posted on 25 April 2020

Share something positive or fun you have been doing during this lockdown - and you could WIN a Luxury Hotel style sheet set!

Valued between $469 - $525

 How to enter:

Simply tell us in the comment section below something positive or fun you have done, learnt or accomplished during this lockdown.

Share with others how you have passed your time...

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T's & C's

* The Winner will be randomly selected by The Foxes Den

*Giveaway ends 30th April 2020

*The Winner will receive one Luxury Hotel style sheet set, in a size of their choice.

*Valued between $469 - $525

*You can enter via this Blog, Instagram or Facebook

*Good Luck & get ready to enjoy the best sleep of your life!

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74 comments

  • Andie : April 28, 2020

    Getting outside with the kids daily for a walk. Fresh air and sunshine has been key for us!

  • Liz Wright: April 28, 2020

    I’ve found my love of crafts again, hand sewing especially. Precious, quiet, contemplative, creative time.

  • Paula Nicholson: April 28, 2020

    I have managed to finish some projects round the house and do some crafting

  • Karl M: April 28, 2020

    Lockdown has had the unintended consequence of giving us the gift of time as a family! Absolutely invaluable!

  • Kerri Brown: April 28, 2020

    My dog has never been walked so much. He is loving having us at home. He also loves to hop up onto the bed but that will be a thing of the past if we have luxury sheets. =)

  • Marie Barrett: April 27, 2020

    I have learned that I CAN do all the things that I avoid when it comes to housework and that I CAN get motivated to do them! I can also feel satisfied that the jobs have been completed!

  • Helen Wilson: April 27, 2020

    Have to move so house is all packed up and I had a really good clear out while packing since i had so much time on my hands!! Awaiting level 3 so can move!!

  • Tracy: April 26, 2020

    Have surprised myself by doing some baking, I don’t normally! We also made a lovely poppy for our window with things from around the house. It’s been
    a good time to do so many positive things while #stayinghome

  • Meg: April 26, 2020

    I have worked and remain working extremely hard as a nurse caring for patients positive with Covid-19, working in extremely difficult circumstances way outside the realm of day to day nursing. In the most vulnerable moments in these people’s lives, when their families are unable to visit, to hold their hand and to say goodbye, my incredible colleagues and I are doing the best we can in supporting and caring for patients and families.

  • Abbie : April 26, 2020

    We’ve tidied up our yard and planted some lawn seed! It’s looking good! More time with the kids has also been ace!

  • Ryan Sue: April 26, 2020

    I have fallen in love with my garden❤️

  • Kelly Dale: April 26, 2020

    I have spent time in the kitchen teaching my 3 boys how to cook meals (filo pastry), chocolate pudding, baking bread and lolly cake. We have done some basic sowing skills too. Have loved the time with my family!

  • Amanda bull: April 26, 2020

    I have joined community groups
    Where people have shared tips to keep entertained and recipes
    I feel so much more part of a community now!
    Also learnt so many new delicious dinner ideas!

    Have not missed takeaways at all

  • michelle Dods: April 26, 2020

    Slowing down and enjoying the simple things, baking bread, gardening etc

  • Brian McKenzie: April 26, 2020

    I’ve made significent progress in getting my place sale-ready so i can make a long overdue move when things settle down.

  • Anne: April 25, 2020

    We farm in the Mackenzie country and our bubble includes children and grandchildren as well as farm workers.Have been organising activities to keep everyone staying positive and in good form.. quiz night.. scavenger hunt.. theme night dinners.. we’re a fair distance from town anyway so pretty used to occupying ourselves… but think boys are enjoying all the recipes everyone is trying out!

  • Ruzan: April 25, 2020

    I had more ideas about posts for my Insta so I kept posting more and helped me to connect with more people

  • Carol Hastings: April 25, 2020

    My bubble includes my son and two young grandchildren, so we’ve been turning the spare room into a toy/games room, sorting toys, re-purposing an old book case into a display area for soft toys (looks great with fairy lights sparkling at night), going on unicorn hunts, learning about nouns, verbs, fractions etc, and generally keeping the grandkids entertained. I’ve never been so busy. Just as well I fall exhausted into bed each night as otherwise I would have run out of books to read a long time ago.

  • Sarah: April 25, 2020

    I’ve never been a confident cook, but this lock down I have been cooking up a storm, growing in confidence in the kitchen and loving it.

  • Shelley Wilson : April 25, 2020

    Recently became a single mum not by choice. Have spent the last month doing small projects and cleaning up around my home for myself and 2 amazing boys who have autism. We all feel positive and proud of our new space. New linen would be a dream come true

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