Russell Hobbs 21140 3-Tier Food Steamer | Pre-Christmas Shopping
Nov30

Russell Hobbs 21140 3-Tier Food Steamer | Pre-Christmas Shopping

Lots of people coming for Christmas dinner? Busy kitchen, too many pans on the hob? Then you need one of these bad boys, a food steamer. Not only space saving, a great time saver as well, and a huge huge bonus its a very healthy way to cook and the results are absolutely gorgeously yummy! Russell Hobbs 21140 3-Tier Food Steamer, 800 W, 9 Litre, White It is a healthier way to cook without adding oils or fat. Meat and fish keeps its...

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How I Finally Got The Exercise Habit To Stick – And You Can Too. Honest.
Aug13

How I Finally Got The Exercise Habit To Stick – And You Can Too. Honest.

I’m seriously no fitness fanatic. A couple of years ago I lost over 3 stone (keeping my diabetic husband company as he reversed his Type 2 Diabetes) , and I felt great. I dropped three dress sizes, had more energy than I ever recall having and I just felt healthy (despite still having a couple of stone to lose).But I spend my days sitting at a computer; always busy, never reaching the end of today’s To Do list, never quite...

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Adult Acne – have you tried Azelaic Acid?
Jun15

Adult Acne – have you tried Azelaic Acid?

No, I’d not head of Azelaic Acid myself until a few months ago – but I’m happy to spread the word far and wide every chance  get now! As regular readers know, I suddenly developed adult acne when I turned 40 – having completely ignored my skin my whole life, barely even breaking into a spot as a teenager, all of a sudden I couldn’t clear my skin. I tried everything. I used expensive cleansers and...

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Natural ways to Improve Concentration & Attention Span for exams
May31

Natural ways to Improve Concentration & Attention Span for exams

During exam season, a teenager’s brain is stretched to its absolute limits. And yet, it’s often the time it feels woolly and frazzled – the loss of focus throughout the day can be the result of lack of sleep, fatigue, anxiety – or a typical teenager cocktail of all of the above. But help is at hand! There’s plenty you can do to help – see our post on Surviving Exam Season for some ace ideas for the...

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It’s the SSE Women’s FA Cup! Be sure to watch with your girls. #TogetherWeCan
May05

It’s the SSE Women’s FA Cup! Be sure to watch with your girls. #TogetherWeCan

The #SSEWomensFACup Final kicks off today at 5.30pm! If you’re not going please do tune in live on BBC1 or get involved with the hashtag chat because #TogetherWeCan inspire a generation and grow the profile of the women’s game! I don’t know about  you, but until very recently my daughter thought that ‘football was for boys’. Didn’t matter that she loved a kickabout with her brothers, she only ever saw men...

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Top tips for teaching your kids to cycle
May01

Top tips for teaching your kids to cycle

Sir Chris Hoy and Evans Cycles offer their top tips to teaching your child to ride.   Location: While it might be tempting to choose a soft, grassy area for cycling practice, this will actually be more challenging to pedal on. A smooth, tarmac surface that is relatively open and away from traffic is ideal as it helps the child to pick up some rolling momentum and gauge how the bike responds to their body movements. Avoid...

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