Christmas Candles, Lanterns and Lights to Make Your House Twinkle
Nov26

Christmas Candles, Lanterns and Lights to Make Your House Twinkle

Christmas, above any other time in the year, is the time we love to banish the dark days and chilly nights with twinkly lights, Christmas Candles and gorgeous lanterns. We all have our favourites, from the more traditional filament bulbs to the modern bright LED spectacular, cheerfully coloured or the simplicity of white. Christmas Candles give our home a warm glow (and sometimes a lovely scent to boot), and lanterns take our thoughts...

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Advent Calendars for Grown-Ups!
Nov20

Advent Calendars for Grown-Ups!

Well we can’t let the kids have all the fun. We are all over the Advent Calendars for Grown-Ups. It’s a horrible dark winter morning, you’re out of bed at way-too-early o’clock; what better way to cheer yourself up before you head out into the cold and wet than to open a little door full of joy – that is ALL FOR YOU? I mean, some self-indulgence now and again never goes amiss (‘self-care’ I believe we call it these days)....

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Traditional Advent Calendars We Love
Nov18

Traditional Advent Calendars We Love

Is it just me? When I grew up everyone had ‘Traditional Advent Calendars’ – you opened the door and saw a picture. And you loved it, right? Or maybe it had pockets and there was a small chocolate or tiny toy on each day? Often re-using the same one each year. Over the last few years, more and more Advent Calenders have been cropping up – from beauty to alcohol, from toys such as Lego to film-themed such as Star...

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Have you Told Your Teen Girl about PCOS? Tackling the Taboo
Oct23

Have you Told Your Teen Girl about PCOS? Tackling the Taboo

It is reported that PCOS affects 1 in 5 women here in the UK, but do we know enough about it? If we don’t discuss it, between ourselves and with our daughters, that figure is never going to come down. It is vital we help our daughters understand their own body, and identify the things that are normal for them. So, join us as we discuss all things related to PCOS and tackle the truth behind the taboo, with help from some genuine...

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Young people and seasonal affective disorder …
Oct22

Young people and seasonal affective disorder …

Winter … it’s almost here!  And along with it are the dark nights.  It’s well known that the onset of autumn and winter can affect individual moods, and the government have previously recommended taking a vitamin D supplement, which can help with healthy cell and bone growth and vitality and energy.  Read more about seasonal affective disorder (SAD)… SAD teenager By Novikov Alex | Shutterstock What is seasonal affective...

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Three of the Best On-Demand Fitness Subscriptions
Oct01

Three of the Best On-Demand Fitness Subscriptions

Countless studies have shown that prioritising self-care and regular exercise is one of the primary steps to achieving a greater sense of overall good health, mentally and physically. For a lot of us, regular gym sessions are out – so we’ve been looking for the best on-demand fitness subscriptions. The NHS recommends Brits exercise for 150 minutes per week, that’s 30minutes at least five days of the week. It sounds like it...

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