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#Supermamas Interview Series: Introducing Folakemi from Peacocks Can Fly

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What are my #Supermamas interviews about? Initially, I thought Im going to do a few interviews in the couple of weeks leading up to Mother’s Day. But then I realised that I know so many fantastic Supermamas, that I will keep running these series. My weekly interviews are about mums, who have given up their professional life after becoming a …

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10 Plants Kids Can Grow in Their Garden Bed

In Home by eva.katona@yahoo.com21 Comments

Kids love to garden! Aside from helping you get the work completed, gardening is an educational activity  that teaches kids about plant cycles and the earth. Growing vegetables helps your child be open to trying new foods. Picking plants kids can grow make the activity enjoyable for all. While children can grow all plants, some are easier for them start …

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The effect of technology on children’s social skills and fitness levels

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The effect of technology on children’s social skills and fitness levels Technology is fast evolving and now, kids of all ages seem to be getting involved with everything from tablets and phones, to social media and smart TVs. But what effect is this having on their social and physical wellbeing? The impact of devices and online platforms has whipped up …

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Eating Out in Lido de Venezia

In Foodie Me, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com14 Comments

We have visited Venice about a month ago, back in March 2018 and we stayed in Lido de Venezia. We wanted to see this famous piece of sandbar which was one of the first places in Europe to embrace the bathing culture. The Golden Island became famous worldwide as The Lido and from the roaring 20’s onwards, was the place …

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Teaching The Children About Sustainable Living: Start In The Garden

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Ultra-processed food generation If you own a garden or an allotment, you have the best thing to teach your children about sustainable living. Everything starts with understanding where our food comes from and how do we produce food. According to the Guardian, 50% all the food bought by families in the UK is now “ultra-processed”, made in a factory with industrial ingredients …

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#Supermamas Interview Series: introducing Cath from BattleMum

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com11 Comments

After two weeks of Easter break I’m back with a new interview. Enjoy! What are my #Supermamas interviews about? Initially, I thought Im going to do a few interviews in the couple of weeks leading up to Mother’s Day. But then I realised that I know so many fantastic Supermamas, that I will keep running these series. My weekly interviews …

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Natural Dermatology Day Moisturiser for Acne Prone Skin Review and Giveaway

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Problematic skin All my life I battled with some sort of a skin problem. I always have had spots on my face, even into adulthood. I never got to the bottom of the reasons why, because it’s not that bad. But, I sport a pimple or rather two all the time. Especially after being pregnant and breastfeeding, I can see …

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19 Ideas To Save Household Money On An Eco-Friendly Way

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19 Ideas To Save Household Money On An Eco-Friendly Way I’m a stay at home parent and I make the majority of our household purchase decisions. As I also happen to be quite a eco conscious person, Iso have developed a few ways how to cut down on cost and be environmentally friendly at the same time. I always love …

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Play Yourself Fit This Summer – 6 Ways To Have Fun And Be Fitter

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6 Ways To Play Yourself Fit This Summer Getting fit is boring when you have to drag yourself to the gym every morning at 5am for that fasted cardio session and weights. A lot of us hate the thought of spending hours in the gym and working out, and many people just simply don’t bother because it’s just too hard. …

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Traditional Hungarian Quark Strudel Recipe

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Traditional Hungarian Quark Strudel Recipe Strudel is one of the most popular desserts in Hungary, a very traditional dish. People love to serve it on special occasions like big family lunches, birthdays, Easter, Christmas – you name it. My grandma and my mum used to make so much at once, that everyone in the family had to eat strudel for …