How to adapt your small business during Coronavirus

Wow, it’s been a crazy, random, busy, quiet, unprecedented, terrifying few months and for some of us that doesn’t look to be changing anytime soon.  Not only have I had to navigate this “new normal” of homeschooling erratically my 3 children, but my whole small business suddenly changed too.  But after the initial rest *insert…

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35 of our favourite cookie recipes!

I love, no adore, baking recipes  that are super easy but really deliver. You know the ones that are a simple mix together of ingredients but somehow miraculously produce a result that blows everybody’s pop socks off. Cookies come into this category for me. However for a long time I ignored the lack of really…

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5 things NOT to do when hosting a giveaway!

Hosting a giveaway is a fun and effective way to increase your social following and website views, and hopefully you’ll gain lots of interaction and new readers. But it’s not as easy as it seems – prize promotions need careful planning to ensure success. Every competition and prize draw in the UK – whether it’s…

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Top 10 essentials for camping with a baby

Camping with a baby takes military-style planning. One morning you’ll wake up in scorching heat, the next it’s freezing cold. If there’s one thing camping can guarantee (apart from endless fun and giggles) it’s unreliable, ever-changing weather. So with this is mind you’ll need to pack clothes for all occasions. You also need to make everything…

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Food blog to Mauritian cookbook, plus pak choi rice bowl recipe (BOL RENVERSÉ)

Selina Periampillai is a self taught chef who left her city job to start a food blog called Taste Mauritius. Being from Mauritian heritage Selina soon realised there was nowhere in London to find tasty home cooked dishes like her mum made, so she started a successful supper club from home. This led to a…

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