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Ideas for Custom Made Christmas Cards
June

Ideas for Custom Made Christmas Cards

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Isn’t it rewarding to give out your own custom made Christmas cards? If you’ve never attempted to make your own Christmas cards, now is a good time to try. For a start, they’ll be your own handmade creation. I’m sure your family and friends will love them. Most manufactured Christmas cards are similar in design and wordings. On the other...

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Never Complain
June

Never Complain

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I don’t know about you, but I’m guilty of complaining. When things are not going the way I would like them to go, I do complain. I complain about the size of my house, not having the car I really want, not having enough money, not having a man, not having is sometimes the most active word in my life. However, I had an enlightening conversation about life with a good...

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Enjoy Christmas on a Budget
June

Enjoy Christmas on a Budget

By in Christmas, Lifestyle | 6 comments

Enjoy Christmas on a budget, and start shopping from now. It is only 60 days away! Money is tight for many people, especially at this time of year. Christmas shopping can be stressful and expensive. In an effort to please everyone, you may buy costly presents, and stock up on food and drinks for when the family come over. It’s easy to run up your credit cards...

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Don’t Let the Dark Months Give You the SAD Winter Blues
June

Don’t Let the Dark Months Give You the SAD Winter Blues

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For many people, the dark winter months bring on SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). It’s also known as the winter blues. SAD is triggered by lack of light in the day. Researchers have said the symptoms are caused by a chemical reaction in the brain due to insufficient bright light. Some of the SAD symptoms are: depression, anxiety, tiredness, low resistance to...

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Would You Know If Your Child Was Self-harming?
June

Would You Know If Your Child Was Self-harming?

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Self-harming is a fast growing illness which affects a lot of young people. The first time I heard the term self-harming was when I worked in a secondary school five years ago. What is self-harming? It’s when your young child or teenager intentionally harm themselves or injure a part of their body. They may cut themselves with scissors, broken glass or razors,...

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Riots, Anger and Free-Loaders
June

Riots, Anger and Free-Loaders

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I dropped my teenage daughter off at Thornton Heath in Croydon at 5.30 p.m. on Monday 8th August.  She went to take part in a video shoot with some other teenagers. Shortly after I arrived home the telephone rang. “Mum, are you watching the news?” asked my eldest daughter urgently. “There are riots going on in Croydon and other parts of...

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