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How To Remove Tiredness From The Face Naturally

It is obvious to look so tired and dull after a hectic day. This is ok if you have no plans to go out with your beloved, as you would wish to look your best. If you do, a tired face would not work at all. You have no time …

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How to prepare for a long – distance move

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Whether you’re relocating for work, study or for a loved one, a long distance move is exciting – though it doesn’t come without its own unique set of challenges. Here are some ways for long distance movers to make the transition as easy and smooth as possible: Plan, plan, plan (and …

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How Can A Woman Start With Her Weight Loss Plan?

Weight loss begins when your brain is in “focus” mode to knock off those frustrating extra pounds. You’ll then need a sure shot weight loss plan. To make sure that your weight loss plan is really effective and safe, you need to take into consideration certain facts and figures. Not …

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Home Decor – The Right Flooring

As you know, I am not a huge DIY fan. Home decor is something that does not come naturally to me, but, over the years, this has had to change. Having a family has meant I have had to decorate more. It is fair to say that, these days, I …

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Christmas 2016 – Booking the Right Business Venue

Christmas Business Venue

When organising a Christmas party, it can be a stressful and time consuming business, particularly if you’re not normally used to organising events like this and the task has been thrust upon you unceremoniously. Whether you’ve planned five parties or five hundred parties, the type of event is largely dependent …

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Mum’s Health: C-Section Recovery and Care

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There are a few aspects to having a caesarean section birth that end up being quite surprising. The primary one, though you don’t realise it until later, is how little information women get about the procedure and the recovery process, including cosmetic repair options like Vanquish. Here are a few …

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When Should You Give Your Child A Smartphone?

With smartphones sales set to be at their highest ever this Christmas, parenting and tech blogger Nathan Richardson looked at the very modern issue facing parents as part of a project with Best VPN. Children owning a mobile phone can be a sensitive subject to broach. Some believe that smartphones …

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A Modern Lullaby Playlist For Your Toddler

Modern Lullaby Playlist

Children are notorious for rebelling against bedtime. Wars have been waged for just five more minutes of TV time. The bedtime process doesn’t have to be such an undertaking; you just need the right playlist. Before it’s time to tuck your little one in, slyly play the following songs to …

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Outdoor Christmas Decorations: How to make your trees sparkle

Hey, people it’s that time of year again. Well, nearly. But then again, is it ever too early to start decorating your home for Christmas? If you’re wondering what might make a great impression this festive season – and I’m not talking about Boris Johnson impressions, hilarious though they may …

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Selling Your Home After A Break Up? Five Top Tips To Ease The Pain

In the aftermath of the ending of a relationship there are many decisions to make – not least the destiny of any property owned by the two halves. It’s an awful time to be communicating with someone who you’re leaving behind, and the risk of making an emotionally charged decision …

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See The Sights Of The UK With Your Job

Do you get itchy feet and want to broaden your horizons? Many of us get the urge to head off into the sunset and embrace a new signs and place. But, sadly, commitments often hold us back. There’s the small matter of needing a job to pay the bills, for …

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5 Ways To Incorporate Colour Into Your Master Bedroom

Incorperate Colour

When you incorporate colour into your bedroom it can be pretty significant. Studies have shown that some colours, by their very nature, are better suited to encouraging a good night’s sleep. A survey for hotel chain Travelodge found that people with a blue bedroom get seven hours 52 minutes sleep a …

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Beginners Guide To Home Improvements

home improvements

I don’t know why but I always want to start a DIY home project or some sort of home improvements in the winter. So what better to offer you guys then a Beginners Guide To Home Improvements? This year I’m a bit bummed as with the pregnancy I can’t do too much …

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5 Top Tips For Upstyling Your Corporate Christmas Party

Bio: Mike James, an independent writer living in Brighton, working with celebrity florist Larry Walshe. Most people will know that organising the corporate Christmas event takes precision planning. Selecting the date and booking the venue, choosing menus, selecting themes and booking any entertainment should all be in hand by now. …

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Winter warmers: 5 totally natural bath soaks you can make at home

This beautiful little bath soaks recipe list was supplied by Sara Bryant, a cosmetic specialist and independent writer working with The Brighton Bathroom Company. When it’s been a long day and it’s freezing outside, there’s nothing better than a long soak in a hot bath. But rather than reach for …

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5 Healthy Lunchbox Ideas For Winter

Thanks to Dakota Murphey. A regular site contributor, working with Price Kitchens – for this healthy lunch list to warm the little ones up in winter. It doesn’t matter if you’re an adult or a child, home packed lunchboxes are always the way to go. There are 2 irrefutable reasons …

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Top 7 fabulous handmade Christmas gifts

Christmas shopping can make even the hardiest gift shopper’s heart sink. There’s always someone who is difficult to buy for. Whether he or she is a friend who has everything, a grumpy aunt who wants nothing, or a fussy relative or friend who is difficult to please, we all acknowledge …

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A 7 step working parents’ guide to a restorative weekend

Feeling like your weekends are no different from your weekdays? Do the weekdays and weekends just merge on life’s uphill treadmill? For most of us working parents, weekends disappear into a frantic stab at chores, food shopping, mammoth house/garden projects, and ferrying the kids to their umpteen clubs (which includes …

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