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Creamy Egg and Avocado Salad Recipe

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Sometimes I just crave something different for lunch – which are always kind of a rush in between school runs, when I only really have 10-15 minutes to eat. Well, this creamy egg and avocado salad is ready in 15 minutes – so it’s just a little extra time for something more tasty and fulfilling than a cheese sandwich. My …

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5 Things to Do Before Heading to the Airport

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This is a collaborative post. With all the excitement of heading on holiday, it’s far too easy for us to forget about the finer and more important details, which can lead to complications and stress further down the line. Whilst it’s a lot of fun thinking about everything you are going to get up to when you’re finally at your …

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5 Christmas Gift Ideas for Ski and Snowboard Lovers

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This is a collaborative post. Approaching the best part of the ski season means it’s a great time to get a few new bits for your gear. The first snow has already reached the European peaks so they are all ready for the season. I think all winer sport lovers are getting very excited and looking forward to their next …

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Acdria Handmade, Nature Inspired Jewellery Review and Giveaway

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I have received this product in exchange for my unbiased review. I like statement jewellery and I am big fan of handmade items from small shops and manufactures. I also often buy them as a gift. Just recently came across Acdria, a small family run jewellery designer company, based in England. Because the items are handmade in the UK, they are also …

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Review: Eneko One Aldwych – London Restaurant Festival 2018

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We’ve chosen Eneko at One Aldwych for our recent night out in London for an after theatre meal. I still find it kind of surprising that not every fine dining restaurant offers tables after 10pm – but some shows finish late and we prefer to dine rather after the show then before. Located in Covent Garden in the heart of London’s …

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Review: The Book of Mormon, Prince of Wales Theatre

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I’ve been wanting to watch The Book of Mormon for years, at least as long as long I have lived in London, but never got the chance. The comedy musical written by the creators of South Park has been running as a super hit since it was put on stage in 2011. It’s booked out for month ahead due to …

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Reacting to Rodent Invasion: Eco-Friendly Systems

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Deadly Diseases Although we can be forgiven for thinking that modern U.S. homes and business premises should remain free from pest invasion – especially properties located in well-maintained areas, this is unfortunately not the case. Indeed, U.S. homeowners or company bosses who wish to avoid some of the more common issues regarding diseases spread from rodents such as rats or …

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Brittany Holiday Part 1 – Things to Do Around Saint-Malo, Rochefort-en-Terre and Le Croisic

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Bretagne or Brittany is a fantastic place as many English people already know this for being just a few hours ferry ride away from Dover and Portsmouth. We decided to take a last minute August holiday as the weather can be quite unpredictable here. As they say: pack a pair of shorts and a raincoat. And this was true for …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: October

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I have received these products in exchange for my honest review. One of my favourite thing about my blog is that I have this massive opportunity to make a difference. I use my blog to spread the word and make people aware of green and ethical issues. I find, that the best way is to do this by introducing other …

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The Good Cause of The Month: Tiny Tickers

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As you know, every month I introduce a charity organisation on my blog in order to raise awareness for them. Since I have this fantastic platform, my blog, I try to use it to support good causes too. This month, as September is child cancer awareness month, I’d like to introduce: Tiny Tickers I have chosen Tiny Tickers as the good cause …