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How To Cook Easy And Quick Vegetarian And Vegan Caribbean Food At Home

In Foodie Me, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com29 Comments

Have you ever tried Caribbean food? It’s vibrant, colourful and bursting with flavours. The combination of sweet and piquant, the mild fruity flavours and the aromatic hot sauces are a special fusion of a multicultural history. African, Latin-American, Spanish, Creole and some other cuisines are all blended into Caribbean flavours. I absolutely love it, however, it is traditionally heavily meat …

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Are You With The Bees? Take The Honey Bee Quiz!

In Green by eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

Recently, you can see a lot in the news about the bees being endangered. We, humans are also responsible for the two main causes, which is the loss of their habitat and using harmful pesticides. There is also another reason with no current scientific explanation, called colony collapse disorder. Bees are doing a very important job for us: they pollinate …

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Review: Boost Your Energy Level With Pharmaton Vitality

In Life, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com6 Comments

I’ve been taking multivitamins since my teenage years, sometimes combined with extra iron, since I always battled with low iron levels and even fatigue when I was younger. I generally feel that my energy level goes lower whenever I stop for a week or so. This always reassures me that my body needs that extra boost. Even though I can …

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10 Top Tips For Overseas Holidays And Flight With Small Children

In Life, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com41 Comments

This summer we’re going on an overseas holiday, to California. Visiting friends, attending a wedding, driving a bit around. I know you probably think we’re surely crazy doing this with a 3 year old and a 14 months old. Well, we have some experience already: we did the same trip when my boy was 15 months old only, 2 years …

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Kit & Kin Biodegradable Nappy Review

In Green, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com17 Comments

We normally use cloth nappies and disposable nappies combined – luckily my eldest is already toilet trained, so it’s a lot less nappy changes on a daily basis. With all the nappy changes we go through with each and every child, we add another about 6.500 disposable diapers to that already huge environmental impact what we create by using very …

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Yummiest Superfood Salad Recipe With Indigo Herbs Giveaway

In Foodie Me, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com124 Comments

After a bit of thinking, this is the best title I could have thought of. Yup. There’s so much goodness in this salad, that they won’t all fit in the title line. I think I mentioned this before, that my favourite salads are all a combination of both vegetables and fruits. The fruit always add a twist, a sweet kick …

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Top 5 Basic Pregnancy Tips For First Time Mums

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com6 Comments

When I was pregnant with my first child I’ve read every book, article and blog post coming to my way. Whilst I felt I cannot be prepared enough, the information tsunami was truly overwhelming. Dr. Google is not always your best friend and there’s also a lot of conflicting advices out there. I attended an NCT new parent course too …

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Chocolate Ice Cream With Macabella And Yogurt

In Foodie Me, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com27 Comments

I do like a summer treat, especially chocolate ice cream. Well, not only in summer. Anytime. But it has to be chocolate ice cream. Just like with any other desserts, I’m quite picky: sugary lemon and vanilla  flavours just won’t do it for me. Making ice cream at home is not too complicated and it can be prepared without a machine, …

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Review: Sheaqueous Cream With Organic Shea Butter

In Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com11 Comments

I never really used any body moisturiser until recently. Unfortunately, all the glowingly tanned looks throughout the summers slowly, but visibly started to take their tolls. My skin gets dry and I even started to develop dark sun spots. Oh well. I love the sun, always did. I need a few weeks of constant sun every year. Not just my …

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Legoland Windsor Visit – Day Out With A Toddler

In Reviews, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com47 Comments

We’ve been planning the visit to Legoland for ages, but we thought that Bobcat might be just too young being under three. Both mummy and daddy are hardcore Lego fans (even granddad!) so we also really looked forward to the day since we we booked the tickets. Upon arrival, at 10 am on a Saturday morning, term time, we were …