Relight my fire
The key to a great fire is the detail: dry kindling, seasoned wood and tender, loving care. Lay a careful pile of kindling in the shape of a tepee in the centre of the fireplace and fill it with a couple of pieces of scrunched-up newspaper, making sure there is room for the flames to breathe around the wood. Build the tepee shape up around the kindling with dry, split logs, making sure these are of a manageable size.
When the wood is burning convincingly, add larger logs on top and apply your bellows to the base of the fire to create an extra whoosh of oxygen (if you use them too early on, you risk putting the fire out).
If you have a good base, the fire will burn with just an extra log and a breath from the bellows.