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5 Tips For Making Preparation For A Test Fun For Your Child

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5 tips for making preparation for a test fun for your child Preparing for a test isn’t the most fun of activities and this becomes all the more apparent when you are a child who is preparing for a test. As parents we can only encourage our children to do their very best. However, when the task at hand is …

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8 Advantages of Spiral Staircases in Your Home

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Why choose a spiral staircase If you have the right space for spiral staircase to install, many houses and apartments can benefit from the use of spiral staircases. They work well for open floor plans and also in very small living space, which makes them a perfect choice for almost everyone. Spiral staircases are a classic element that can add sophistication to …

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#Supermamas Interview Series: Introducing Laila from Kitchin Table

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What are my #Supermamas interviews about? My weekly interviews are about mums, who have given up their professional life after becoming a parent and decided to do something completely different for living. In these interviews real women are telling me about their journey of becoming a mother how they have changed their way of thinking about work, pursuing dreams and …

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Car Servicing Tips Before Planning A Driving Holiday

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Planning a driving holiday We have a driving holiday to be booked for August, we’re only waiting for some school news to finalise it. Our plan is to drive from London to Brittany  – and maybe pop down to Disneyland too. Planning a long car journey requires a lot of planning if you’re having 2 small children aboard. The stops, …

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Read with Oxford Children’s Books Giveaway by Oxford Owl

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Read with Oxford Children’s Books Giveaway by Oxford Owl You might remember a few weeks ago we reviewed Read with Oxford Books which are great  books for little children, who have just started to explore the world of the words. It’s a newly published range and the aim is to help children learn to read, and love to read. The Read with Oxford Stages have been developed …

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How can you improve the value of your home?

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How can you improve the value of your home? If you’re looking to make some home improvements, you may be unsure as to which room you should focus your efforts on. Data from the Office for National Statistics has predicted that those in the UK collectively spend almost £30 billion on home improvements annually. That works out at £43 million …

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Which Menstrual Cup is Right for You?

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Which Menstrual Cup is Right for You? There are a lot of reasons why you might want to make the switch from tampons to a menstrual cup. They are better for the environment, will save you lots of money, come with a lower risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome, and finally, they are better for your health because they don’t contain …

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Tips for Finding the Best Rugs for Your Home

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Tips for Finding the Best Rugs for Your Home Are you on the lookout for some new décor for your home? Then it’s absolutely imperative that you spend as much time as you can doing your research and finding the best rugs possible. Buying the first one that you see, or settling for something simply because it’s on offer, is …

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Here’s Why Your Eye Won’t Stop Twitching and How to Treat It

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Here’s Why Your Eye Won’t Stop Twitching and How to Treat It After weeks of a bothersome eye twitch I finally went to the eye doctor to find out what was going on. Usually when my body is doing something weird and I go to the doctor, my body stops doing that weird thing and I have to just hope …

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Win a Baking Fundamentals Course from Seasoned Courses!

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Since I only started to cook and bake well into my thirties, I never miss an opportunity to emphasise how much I missed out on before! Since I’ve learnt it all by myself, it was a long process, lots of trials and errors as well as mishaps, which were quite disheartening. Sometimes I felt like I’m doing it all wrong. …