Monthly Archives: February 2015

Which horse rug is right for your horse during Winter?

Which horse rug is right for your horse during Winter?

Selecting the correct rug for ones horse during the winter can be very important. A horse rug will allow the horse to stay warm in the winter as well as provide other protection that he may need. You may be asking yourself which horse rug is right for your horse during winter? Choosing the correct size is one of the most important details to keep in mind. A properly fitting horse rug will cover the horse from …

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Mistakes that are often made during hospital admission

Mistakes that are often made during hospital admission

One of the most common problems in hospital admission is medical errors which has potential of harming patients. One in seven patients may have a medication discrepancy on transfer in the hospital that may cause problems with the practice of general medicine. These errors can occur: When determining the medication being taken by patients when they are being admitted When making records of the medication of the patients When prescribing medicine after they have been …

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My New (Celeb) BFF

My New (Celeb) BFF

Do you ever watch celebrities on panel shows or in interviews and think “Wow, I LOVE her/him!”? I must admit, it’s something I do quite regularly, which may be an insight into the fact that I live in fantasy land, but let’s look past that, yeah? There are several people on my “How can I force them to be my best friend?” list, so I thought I’d share it with you and hope you’ll leave me …

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Don’t Skip Lunch!

Don’t Skip Lunch!

I’m on a bit of a health kick at the moment, which means that things like cheese don’t often feature in my meals. However, I’m a huge fan of Leerdammer Light, which has 50% less fat than cheddar and when they asked me to share some new research, I was happy to oblige. “New research from Leerdammer Light reveals that the traditional lunch break is on the decline, with Brits working an extra 19 days a …

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Maternity Matters Linky Week 3 – #MaternityMatters

One thing that Susanne and I set out to do when we started Maternity Matters was give parents a voice, regardless of how difficult the subject they’re talking about might seem, which is why in the past few years, Maternity Matters has covered topics such as birth trauma, SIDS, Post Natal Depression and PND. Pregnancy and labour can be incredibly beautiful experiences, but they can also be difficult and potentially traumatic, and we felt strongly …

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Learning To Be More Frugal With Food

Learning To Be More Frugal With Food

Written in conjunction with Panasonic As you’ll know, if you read my recent post, we’re in the process of trying to find somewhere new to live, which means we’re trying to save as much money as possible to put towards all of the associated costs. This means adjusting how much food waste we have and learning to use our fridge freezer more efficiently. The first thing we’ve started doing is buying our meat in bulk. …

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Creative Ways to Announce a Pregnancy

Creative Ways to Announce a Pregnancy

Before any of my friends and family has a heart attack, let me just say, this is NOT a creative way for ME to announce a pregnancy – BB is one next week and we’re pretty resolute that two is enough for us! However, there are some pretty cute and creative ways to announce a pregnancy and I’ve been trawling through the internet (mostly Pinterest, obvs…) so that I can share my favourites with you, …

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