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Healthy and Vegan Nut Butter Bites With 4 Ingredients Only

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The nut butters were kindly gifted by Indigo Herbs of Glastonbury. Nut butters are a fantastic alternative to regular butters and spreads. They are high in vitamins, minerals and healthy fats – very beneficial for heart health. They are lower in calories and fat, and higher in protein and fibre. I do love peanut butter but I also often use …

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Chestnuts in Maple Syrup Glaze Recipe

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Over the next few weeks I’m turning my blog into a vegan foodie blog! Just joking… though, I will post a few new recipes as I’m challenging myself becoming vegan for Veganuary. As you might know already, I have been a a vegetarian for a few years now. But vegetarians eat milk products like cheese, yogurt and butter as well …

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Mooching Around In Mayfair: A Perfect Mummy and Daughter Day Out

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The spending money was gifted by Hotels.com, but all views are my own. Just before Christmas, when nursery was already out for my little girl, but Bobcat was still in school, I decided to take her for a girls’ day out in Mayfair – because you can do the most perfect girly things in Mayfair: discover wonderful hotels for afternoon …

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One Night In London – Don’t Miss Out On These Cultural Night Out Tips

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This is a collaborative post. As a European living in London for quite a few years now, I have a some special insights about quite a few good places to visit – which are not the usual tourist sights, but are still very much unmissable. If you only have a night in London – which often happens to someone on …

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Getting Cold Weather Ready With Vertbaudet Outerwear

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I received the products in exchange for my honest review. Did you know why is the weather getting cold after the winter solstice on the 21st of December? As our planet’s surface is covered mainly with water and for water it takes a longer time to warm up and cool down – this is called seasonal lag, and this is …

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5 Trips That Every Woman Should Take In Her Lifetime

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Travelling is known to be one of the best teaching methods and leaves a person feeling refreshed. Travelling has so much to teach that the more you travel, the more you want to. In a lifetime, a person faces many kinds of challenges and the teachings we acquire in our lifetime help us overcome these challenges. Travelling can teach us …

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A Christmas Present for Myself: A Pair of Persol Sunglasses from EyeWearThese

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I received these sunglasses as a gift – however all views are my own. Need a new pair of sunglasses as a Christmas present? Or for skiing? Or looking to treat yourself during the after Christmas sales? Well, look no further as EyeWearThese has already got a lot of designs on sale. I know how hard is to find online …

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Traveling Abroad – Could The Natural Disasters and Terrorism Stop Brits Taking Holidays?

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Being able to book trips online, price comparison sites and low-cost long haul flights made global travel more affordable like never before. Unfortunately, the dream of a perfect holiday can be a nightmare for some. Every year popular holiday destinations are suffer from natural disasters terrorist attacks. Just like in 2017 Mexico (one of the top 10 popular holiday destinations), was …

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Gardening in December and January

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Gardeners often take the garden for granted during winter, believing it’s rather useless to tend to, especially when the frost sets in. This common misconception often leads to ruined gardens that sometimes don’t recover during the spring. Although winter is considered a quiet season, it doesn’t mean that you cannot plant anything or maintain your garden. Here are a few …

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Chocolate Gingerbread Men Recipe

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This is my second recipe this week – I’m definitely in festive mood: cannot imagine Christmas without food I cooked and treats I baked. It’s somehow so elemental to treat my loved ones to delicious and nutritious food. Feels like channelling my Mother Archetype. And also, keeping bored children entertained on a gloomy Sunday afternoon. Which is what really happened …