It’s the same every year, I over indulge on the Christmas goodies and, by the time January comes around, I’m ready to say, “Goodbye,” to those extra pounds. But diets are so constricting, and exercise is boring, right? Wrong.
It doesn’t have to be!
Anyone that knows me, knows I’m a massive foodie and I’m always busy, so sticking to a super strict diet and exercise regime just isn’t for me.
Instead, follow my 5 tried and tested tips for keeping fit and healthy:
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As a brand new, baby faced blogger, I was delighted to receive a nomination for The Mystery Blogger Award only a few weeks into my blogging journey. I’d like to thank North Left for the nomination, whose blog you should definitely check out here.
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A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about Clare’s Law Domestic Abuse and Disclosure Scheme, and became increasingly aware that very few people knew of this potentially lifesaving scheme.
If you are reading this post still unaware of Clare’s Law and how it can potentially help to protect yourself or your loved ones, read about it here.
In light of the general lack of knowledge around Clare’s Law, I felt it necessary to also write a post about Sarah’s Law and the importance of this scheme.
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Last weekend, myself and two friends attended a spa day at Chester’s Rowton Hall Hotel and Spa. After such a relaxing day there, I thought I’d review my experience.
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My homemade vegetable soup is cheap to source, simple to make, super healthy and can be cooked in bulk and frozen. What more could you want?
The beauty of this recipe is that it’s so versatile and easy to prepare, no matter your abilities in the kitchen. Follow my simple steps to make this extra tasty soup from scratch.
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If you can’t wait for the next instalment of dragons, white walkers and blood thirsty battles, then bring Game Of Thrones to life in your own home.
I love all things Halloween, and Game Of Thrones, so there was an obvious theme to go with for pumpkin carving this year. Here’s our Land of Ice and Fire creations.
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I’ve been to Dublin at least once a year for the last four years, and I already can’t wait to plan my next visit.
Dublin is hard to describe to those who have never been. Us who have reminisce about the captivating atmosphere, the beauty of the city, the quality of the Guinness and the heartwarming sound of the Irish accent.
It’s not just that, though. It’s so much more than that.
As a seasoned visitor and Dublin fan girl, here’s ten of my favourite things to do whilst in the capital of the Emerald Isle.
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Every time I mention Clare’s Law, I’m met with the same puzzled looks. Confused faces.
“What’s Clare’s Law?”
In my line of work, hearing about such schemes is common place, but never have I heard it mentioned in other circles.
Why is this? Why isn’t such an important scheme better known, more talked about?
Please take a moment to read this post, learn about Clare’s Law, how it could help you, a friend, a family member, and share this potentially lifesaving information with your loved ones.
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In a world largely driven by money, it’s important to think about putting some aside for a rainy day. We all know it, we’re told it all the time, but it’s not always as easy as it sounds.
Making a start is the hardest step, but, once you start seeing your money accumulate over time, you’ll never look back.
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