Air pollution is a potentially an epidemic in the making. With 40,000 deaths in the UK each year linked to toxic air levels, and the potential for the first death certificate to have ‘toxic air’ cited as the primary cause of death, it is an invisible killer we shouldn’t ignore.
But what can we do about it?
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Obviously, paying attention to our carbon footprint is one way to fight back against the rising toxin levels in the air. Another is to put something in place that will clean the current state of the air.
Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is thought to have originated from the Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off roaming ghosts. it also marks the time of year between the end of harvest and the start of Winter.
To help you get organised for this Halloween on the 31st October, I have put together a list of all the things you could possibly need and things to do.
- Trick or Treating
- Dressing up for costume parties
- Carving pumpkins
- Apple bobbing
- Playing pranks
- Visiting haunted attractions/houses
- Telling each other scary stories
- Watching horror films – (here are my top films)
If you are soon to be popping the question to your fiancée, there are many things to consider. It is at times like this when things often get overlooked, as we prepare for this most challenging of occasions and in order to ensure the right outcome, here are some essentials to cover when you propose marriage prior to the big day.
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You may remember the last week I reviewed the Axkid Minikid rear-facing car seat. Well Axkid have kindly let me give one away to my readers. It’s a wonderful prize worth £349, and one I know you will love for your child. To enter to win a Minikid in the colour of your choice, please fill in the widget at the bottom of this post.
Today I’m happy to share with you a giveaway for a month’s supply of Sudocrem’s new Skin Recovery Cream. It’s silky smooth and makes your skin feel wonderful. I get quite dry skin at this time of year, and by using the cream before bed, I’ve seen a difference when I wake up in the mornings. Plus I’ve only been using it for 5 days.
Living close to the beach and of course being out in the garden all Summer. We have had the most gorgeous hot weather, and I do use factor 50 sunscreen due to my fair skin. But inevitably my skin needs a little time to recover from the sun.
Autumn is the time for transition, and the best Autumn skin care routines will help to correct any summer damage that’s occurred and help you get back into your daily skin care routine. Enter centre stage, the new Sudocrem Skin Recovery Cream.
Today I’m on the blog tour for The Tissue Veil by Brenda Bannister. The Tissue Veil is a story of two teenagers living in the same East end property, but 100 years apart. I have an extract below for you to read over. It is really good!
What if you discovered a hundred-year-old diary under your floorboards – and then found references in it to yourself? Or if you lived in 1901, yet kept seeing glimpses of a girl from modern times? And what if both of you had problems that only the other could really understand? Emily and Aysha live in the same Stepney house and an inexplicable link develops between them, fuelled by Aysha’s discovery of a journal and Emily’s sightings of a ‘future ghost’. Each takes courage from the other’s predicament – after all, what’s a hundred years between friends?