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    A Man’s Guide To Father’s Day Gifts

    [AD – Gifted] This post contains gifted item(s). Father’s Day is almost upon us and whilst my Dad is the most laid back guy in the world (like most Dads, am I right?) I still feel like I should make Father’s Day a little more special and have some bonding time with him! Since my Dad prefers to have some good ol’ banter and isn’t too fussed about gifts, I am pretty chilled out with what I get him. However, I do know a few friends who have Dads that are crazy about particular things, such as skincare or DIY. So, I decided to put a little gift guide together…

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    The Art Of Slowing Down

    It’s been a while since I last wrote a post on general life and where I’m at these days. It’s been pretty hectic for sure. I feel like days are passing by in a blur and I’m not able to appreciate the present or savour the small precious moments. It feels like there’s too much to do and 24 hours in a day is just not enough – anyone else feel me? So, I’ve decided to make a few changes, so that I don’t get stuck in an endless vortex of work and no play. Do less – I feel like the first step to slowing down is by decreasing…

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    5 Tips For A Good Night’s Sleep

    [AD – Gifted] This post contains gifted item(s). Sleep is an important need for the human body in order to rest and function properly during the day. Researchers have found having less sleep is bad for your body and can cause a negative impact on important parts of the human body such as the hormones and brain. There are many ways to help you relax your body and get yourself to sleep, so here are some important key points on what can be done to help you get a good night’s sleep. De-stress with a bath! A good soak is helpful before going to sleep as it helps you to…

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    Considering A Hair Transplant In Turkey

    I don’t tend to blog about personal issues on this blog of mine, but I’m hoping this post can maybe help someone reading it out there. I’ve always had quite thin hair and with the onset of puberty, well, it only got worse and I realised my hairline started to resemble two mountain peaks. Hair loss can be an upsetting matter, especially if it starts occurring at a young age. I’ve learnt that harmful chemicals in shampoos, conditions or styling products are mainly to blame for damaging the follicles causing them to weaken or die out leading to hair loss. However, genetics can also be at play here (thanks dad!)…

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    A Man’s Guide To Mother’s Day Gifts

    [AD – Gifted] This post contains gifted item(s). It’s that time of year again where many take time out of their hectic schedules to spend time with their Mums. Personally, I believe Mother’s day shouldn’t occur once a year – I mean, that woman has sacrificed a whole lot more than just one day to bring you into this world and subsequently give you a good life. But, for those who do like to make this day a little bit extra special, here’s a list of gifts which I think would be perfect for all types of Mums! Hanging Toiletry Organiser: (Perfect for travel fanatics) This organiser is both stylish…

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    5 Ideal Venues For Getting Hitched

    [AD] This post is for a paid partnership. Guys, I’m going to let you in on to a little secret. Just between you and I. I’m getting hitched. No, it’s definitely not a joke! I don’t usually share a lot of my personal life on this little blog of mine, but this was something that was just too big not to share, am I right?! Anyways, I’m currently looking into ideal wedding venues and here are the ones that have made the shortlist: 1. Abbeywood Estate This one’s a great outdoor venue with breathtaking views and I think it would be perfect to exchange vows with the Mrs with a scenic backdrop. This venue…

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    Eating Healthier With Tryit

    [AD – Gifted] This post contains gifted item(s). Recently, I’ve been trying to incorporate healthier eating habits into my diet because, let’s be honest, snacking all day whilst working from my computer is not very sustainable in the long run, right? So, when the team behind Tryit, a product discovery club got in touch, I filled in my deets and waited eagerly for the first box to come through! I actually love the idea behind this concept; you simply create a profile, fill out a little information about your lifestyle and then you’re basically matched to boxes which fit you closely – all you have to do is wait to…

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    A Man’s Guide To Alternative Valentine’s Day Gifts

    [AD – Gifted] This post contains gifted item(s). In recent years, there’s been a shift in the traditional meaning of Valentine’s Day, which means that an occasion which was conventionally used to celebrate the love for your other half, has evolved to include parents, siblings, friends and more! Therefore, there’s been a huge influx of alternative gifts in the industry and it’s actually become a lot more interesting when shopping for Valentine’s Day gifts! Here are my top picks for Alternative Valentine’s Day Gifts: 1. EasySMX COOL 2000 Gaming Headset: (Perfect for tech lovers & gamers) The COOL 2000 gaming headset comes in 3 different colours and is compatible with…

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    Eateries I’d Like To Try In London

    [AD] This post is for a paid partnership. If you’re visiting London, then you’ll know it’s the most popular tourist destination in the UK. I mean, duh, it’s the capital city of England and home to the Royal Family. But then, there are also other amazing places to see. The Warner Bros. Studio Tour and Madame Tussauds London to name two. There’s also a vast selection of eateries to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a quick brunch at a bar or an evening dinner at the variety of restaurants on offer. Here are five eateries I’d love to try when I’m back down south. Hawksmoor: The perfect choice for…

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    Reasons To Like Autumn

    I think I probably make up 1% of the UK population who actually greets the colder weather with open arms. Besides, who likes sweating profusely in the hot weather? Atleast with Autumn you can layer up! What are you supposed to do in the warmth? I’m sure no-one will appreciate me stripping naked (ha!) In fact, did you know that people born this season are thought to live longer? Also, people who live on the central area of the planet never witness this season! Moreover, Autumn was called ‘Harvest’ in the past in relation to the full moon which was essential for a successful harvest! Anyways, here are some of…