• Do your smoke alarms all have batteries?

    By on December 12, 2013
    Christmas often becomes ‘Crisismas’. Screaming kids, drunk adults and general chaos as you cram all your relatives into too small a space and then eat too much, drink too much and fill your kids with sugar so they can go hyper and drive you totally mental. So in the calm before the storm – just check that your smoke alarms […]
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  • DVD Review – SCOOBY-DOO! ADVENTURES THE MYSTERY MAP

    By on December 12, 2013
    Get ready to experience the world famous Scooby-Doo! and the crew like never before, in an original movie with a brand new puppet format. Zoinks! Scooby-Doo! Adventures The Mystery Map DVD sees new-look Scooby and the gang embark on a mad, pizza-fuelled dash to find pirate Gnarlybeard’s hidden treasure. Confronting more than a few chilling obstacles along the way, watch […]
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  • Food and Wine – The Perfect Match

    By on December 11, 2013
    I was sent 6 bottles of wine to taste and I wanted to create a tasting menu so that the food complimented the wine. The wine drove the menu decisions as opposed to the food driving the wine choices. But with the season to be jolly fast upon us here are some great food and wine combinations that are easy […]
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  • Real Life: Sorry – do I need to apologise?

    By on December 10, 2013
    On Friday, whilst I was feeling miserable with a streaming cold, and heading out the door to the Carol Concert at Salisbury Cathedral, I received a message, via Facebook: “Been going through all your posts for Ben and you don’t seem to be getting anything. I think the reason is why would people want to spend money on this as […]
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  • Effective ways of studying: five essential study tips

    By on December 6, 2013
    For those coming to university from college, the step up to degree level study can be a tough one to adjust to. For those returning to education from employment, this transition can be even harder. Finding your natural rhythm when it comes to studying doesn’t always happen right away. Here, we take a look at a few tips which will […]
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  • CentreParcs and Peppa Pig World – Great Family Days Out

    By on December 4, 2013
    Fun Times with Hagar Now that Hagar is back from being away it’s important the children have some fun times with him before he has to start parenting in earnest. He was away for almost a month and when you are 10 years old and five years old this can seem like forever. My children bicker with each other constantly. […]
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  • Operation Goliath is underway. Miracle needed to achieve Christmas Number One for 10 year son of RAF pilot.

    By on December 4, 2013
    Operation Goliath is underway. Miracle needed to achieve Christmas Number One for 10 year son of RAF pilot. UK RAF Pilot’s Son Ben, aged 10, Wrote, Performed and Released Song Asking For Peace Messed Up World written by Ben Macnaughton & Anthony Clark and produced by Anthony Clark in aid of SSAFA is out now Click on image to buy […]
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  • On The Move

    By on December 3, 2013
    The reality of military life is that it is a mobile existence. Like it or lump it the chances are you are going to be on the move every few years. Moving house can be one of the most stressful experiences. A guide to moving is a very useful tool to help get this transition in perspective. UShip have created an E-Book […]
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  • How to make life easier for your loved ones once you’re gone

    By on November 28, 2013
    More often than not we try and avoid sitting down to put our affairs and estates in check, feeling that it’s an exceptional morbid subject we tend to actively forget about how useful it is to create a Will for when we pass away. Although it’s not a subject we really want to discuss let alone address, it’s one that […]
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  • Great Ways to Keep Kids Busy

    By on November 28, 2013
    Kids can keep busy with most kinds of stimulation that they’re given – some ways can often be considered to be a little too stimulating if they are exposed to them excessively. For example, television, video games and electronic toys are great in sensible doses, but if that’s all that a child has around them, their ability to amuse themselves […]
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