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5 Most Common Dog Health Problems

Dogs are an excellent choice of companion for households, with or without children. They’re a popular pet choice as they offer endless love and attention and can be a lot of fun in social situations. They’re also fairly easy to house-train and can provide an extra layer of security from possible intruders at home, particularly for those […]

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The Green Party

I was recently invited to try this Matcha tea from the Dream Matcha Tea Company. I haven’t had great experience with the green stuff previously, but with a little encouragement and some good ideas from Facebook, and, obviously, Pinterest, I found a couple of ways to use this revered substance that were sustainable for me. […]

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How To Spot Anxiety

I, for one, would love it if my blog post title was a typo and this piece was about how to STOP anxiety. Wouldn’t that be brilliant? But, it’s ‘How To Spot Anxiety’ because, like all mental health issues, it’s something that we humans are all too happy to ignore or brush under the carpet. […]

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Slicing Out Sugar With Slissie

My name’s Lisa and I’m a sugarholic. Always have been. The weight loss and fitness I’ve been so proud of have absolutely nothing to do with cutting out chocolate. I just eat less and move more. Having said that, since I met the lovely boyfriend, a few pounds have crept back on and are proving difficult […]

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Confidence Revisited

I last wrote about confidence, or lack of, back in 2015. International Women’s Day seems like a good time to look back on that post and reflect on how, or if, things have changed for me since then. Certainly, my life is rather different. I’ve lost my constant companion but gained a romantic partner. I […]

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On The Right Foot with Carnation

I recently read some survey results concluding that 1 in 10 people would happily take a pay cut to wear trainers at work and 41% of women have cut short a night out as their feet were hurting so much. The latter I’ve definitely done and am very fortunate in that, working with my dad, I […]

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Keeping Health In Mind

If you see my #fattytofitty updates on Twitter and Facebook you’ll know I’m working hard on my physical health. But, what about upstairs in the mental department? With a history of bouts of clinical depression and my recent chronic migraines, it’s no wonder I still suffer with brain fog!  There’s also the ongoing battle I have with […]

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