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How to keep luxuriously warm this winter

Wear WoolOvers' oh-so-soft, oh-so-versatile, pure cashmere poncho! There’s no denying it; summer is now sadly but a distant memory, and a chill can most definitely be felt in the air. Alas, you always have cosy dressing to look forward to! Take comfort in the thought of stylishly wrapping up in quality yarns and exuding classic chic, whatever you get up to. Warm, yet light; simple, yet luxurious; subtle, ye ...

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How to care for your post baby body

No two bodies are alike, and as the first-ever medical-grade compression shape wear, Belly Bandit have perfected patented designs to wrap around your specific needs. Unlike other compression garments, the benefits of Belly Bandit® extend beyond 'Mummy Tummy' to include the other important post-pregnancy physical and emotional issues many women experience. The Belly Bandit range wraps around your specific po ...

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How to organise a leisure vehicle

The best thing about travelling in your leisure vehicle is that you can take your home comforts with you. However you need to maximise your space in order to have room for everything. We have some top tips to help keep you organised. Clothes rotation Firstly write down what each person realistically needs for the journey. Take a look through your wardrobe for pieces that can easily convert from day to night ...

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How to talk about funeral planning and help end tomorrow’s concerns

Silence isn’t always golden... Death and funerals is one of those things many people prefer to avoid thinking, or talking, about. Why talk to your family about a time that’s going to be upsetting for them in the future? But whilst nobody can predict when the inevitable will happen, just talking about death doesn’t make it happen. And there are some very good reasons why you shouldn’t put off talking about w ...

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How to become an egg donor

Egg donation offers new hope for a large number of women who previously thought they could never have children. For example, some women experience premature menopause at an early age. Others may have undergone chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or are carriers of a genetic disorder and do not wish to pass their condition onto their unborn child. Criteria Ideally, egg donors should be between the ages of 18 and 35 ...

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How to create the purrfect home for you and your cat

As the nights draw in there is nothing better than getting home, closing the curtains and snuggling up on the sofa by the fire with a good book. You feel safe and secure and you have everything you need to relax and unwind. But do your cats feel the same way?  These are just a few things that you can do to turn your home into a purrfect paradise for your cats. Somewhere to hide away We all have our favourit ...

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How to brew coffee

How you prepare your coffee will have a significant influence on how it tastes. Following a few key principles will ensure that you get the most out of our fine coffees. When Purssells brew a coffee they are extracting the soluble components from the roasted coffee beans with water. In order to facilitate this they need to grind the coffee. How finely they need to grind the coffee will depend primarily on w ...

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How to create a show stopping Christmas feast

Create a chocolate Christmas feast your friends and family will adore! The nights are drawing in, the days are getting colder, and before you know it, Christmas will be here. We’ve got some wonderful tips for blending the traditional and the modern for an unforgettable Noël night. Ditch the heavy Christmas cake and the chewy Christmas pudding for a spectacular chocolate cake instead. This divine offering is ...

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How to deal with with cyberbullying

Internet Matters launches powerful ad campaign to help parents deal with cyberbullying at time of the year it is most prevalent. Not-for-profit organisation Internet Matters has launched a hard-hitting campaign to highlight the changing face of bullying in the digital age – and how parents’ advice should also shift with the times. It comes at a peak time of the year for the issue - with eight times as many ...

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How to heat your home efficiently this winter

Despite the Indian summer, there’s no denying that colder weather is on the way, so now is the time to ensure your heating system is ready for the big ‘switch-on’. While your boiler has continued to supply hot water throughout the summer months, it has been lying relatively dormant in comparison to the strain it is put under during the winter. This increased pressure also increases the risk of system breakd ...

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How to build healthy bones

We all know how important it is for children to grow strong, healthy bones, but how do we support this and feel confident they are getting all they need? What children eat is key to building strong bones. A diet with plenty of variety of fruits, vegetables, wholegrain starchy carbs, beans, pulses, nuts and seeds provide the backbone of nutrition. Quality meat, fish and dairy can also top this up. Dairy or d ...

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