2016-12-12

Christmas Gift Guide -Big Kids and Gown Ups

Buying for adults can be somewhat tricky at times. What do you get for the person who has everything? What do you get to impress if you are shopping on a budget? We have scoured the Internet and found some great suggestions for you which will hopefully help with any Christmas shopping worries you may
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Creativity and Self Doubt

There are days when I love what I do.  Its not a normal 9 – 5 job and the unexpected can arise from anywhere – an event to attend, the post man with a parcel, a blog post online which really moves you.  But with a job not being normal, there comes peaks and troughs
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Tackling winter allergies

The summer maybe over and most allergy sufferers take a huge sigh of relief as the pollen count and hayfever risk level drops as the trees shed their leaves for the autumn and winter months.  There are still a good few who suffer from airborne allergies through the winter months and many of these triggers
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Hayfever and Allergy Relief with #Serenz – Product Review

This summer has been a bit of a right off for most, which for anyone who suffers with hayfever can tell you that its actually been a lovely summer in their eyes – no pun intended. Nathan suffers greatly from allergies and we have not been able to pin point what it is that sets
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When being alone is hard work

If you have children you will know that having alone time as a parent is worth its weight in gold. It’s blissful, the quiet, no questions asked time out where you do not have to worry – although you do, you are a parent after all, and that is our job. If you, like I
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Not a man, not a boy…

Proud Mum moment this month when Nathan celebrated his 10th Birthday.  It’s a big milestone both for him and for me. He’s growing up and growing up fast. Very soon he will be taller than me, by the end of the summer I am expecting him to be a size 6 in his shoes, which
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The Sunday Chart run down of a Fibromyalgia Sufferer

I know the charts are on Fridays now, but to me a Sunday afternoon would always be reserved for listening to the radio because you knew in those 3 hours, your current favourite song would be played during the top 40.  With fond memories of those good Sunday afternoons, here is my top ten current
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If money was no object, what would make your life full and meaningful?

To say that you have not ever thought of the “if I won the lottery…” would be a lie. We have all had those fleating thoughts and daydreams as to what we would do, what lavish life we would lead and how we would spend our winnings.  I would like you to do an exercise
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