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In this world of countless miles between loved ones, the simple act of messages can make the distance almost dissipate. I say almost because nothing ever comes close to actually being around someone, but my brother, who I have not seen in over three years and I, are currently on a mountaineering documentary kick. It’s […]

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It had been about five years since I had last attended a festival, whilst this was never the plan somehow that is how it turned out. Walking through the crowds coming and going to the various stages for the last acts on Sunday, it was clear that festivals are something that should be sought out […]

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How was your weekend? Did you get up to anything special or simply relax in the warmth of the weather? It was my dads last weekend in London so we spent a fair amount of time out and about exploring a few areas he hadn’t seen yet and thankfully summer has arrived here in London. […]

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Have you ever met someone and thought instantly ‘I need to get to know this person’? Maybe there is an instant connection that so rarely happens in life where your soul identifies with this stranger or maybe its because that person has left an impression in their seven seconds. Its rare that this happens, in […]

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This months DIY truly got messy and left me green faced (image proof below), all in the name of using food on your face to cleanse and freshen. With cooling cucumber and thick avocado in this mask, including cleansing honey and yogurt, you’ll likely have all ingredients in your refrigerator and you will feel cooler […]

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Now we all know how great and loveable peanut butter is to those of us lucky enough not to be allergic to them. And I love peanut butter as much as the next person who will put spoonful amounts into ice cream and then drench with chocolate sauce (not that I know anyone who does […]

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Most of the world’s population is now confronted with a more varied multi-cultural society than ever before. Some of the generations of old may want the world to remain as one dimensional as possible, but mixing with people from other cultures and lands only expands people for the better. My weekend was a simple sign […]

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