Baking: 23 baked sponge puddings for autumn

Hello and a big welcome to this month’s Baking Round-up.  My name is Jenny Walters, I blog over at Apply To Face Blog and I am a fervent eater/feeder. In fact it is all I can do to NOT  overfeed my family. The better I get at baking the harder I find it to stop. It is…

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Charity: Raising funds and awareness of good causes

I’m bringing a good selection of all kinds of different charities to learn about this month. It’s fantastic to see how so many people are getting involved in raising awareness for different issues. Even better, lots of brands and companies are joining in sharing social responsibility. We all have the power to help: giving our…

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SEND: Helping families cope with the stress and anxiety of change

This time of year is often difficult as we leave summer behind and get back to school routines. It always feels hectic as we catch up on meetings, work and those things that got left over the holidays. I’ve certainly been very busy so am delighted to have Jade from The Autism Page guest host…

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A letter from the Editor

Growing up I adored buying and reading glossy magazines. Even as a pre-teen I would get my weekly fix of Jackie, Blue Jeans and Just Seventeen, and as I grew, I went for the teenage girls staple of the ’90’s: More! Magazine before graduating on to the women’s glossies. Every issue I would read from…

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6 cheap and easy Halloween costumes for kids

Yes, Halloween is around the corner. If you haven’t even thought about outfits for the kids yet these quick and easy DIY Halloween costume ideas from around the web are just what you need. They won’t break the bank and are mostly made from materials you already have lying around. Plus we’ve made them even easier…

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