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  • The truth about tanning

    The truth About Tanning

    The tanning industry took a bit of a hit when sunless spray tanning products exploded onto the market. These have come a long way from their early days of patchy applications and day-glow orange. Anyone seeking a tan today can acquire an authentic, even tone without exposure to harmful UV rays. And yet – many

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    how to save fuel as a car driver

    How to save fuel as a car driver

    The price of petrol may have come down recently but filling the car up with fuel can still take a hefty chunk out of your weekly budget. By using less fuel, you’ll be saving cash as well as the environment. Here are our top tips to help car drivers save on fuel. Use your car

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    Keeping your pet entertained on long journeys

    Keeping your pet entertained on long journeys

    If you’re planning a holiday in the UK or off to visit relatives in another area, taking your pet with you seems like a bit of a no-brainer. Not only do you avoid having to pay kennel or cattery fees, the furriest member of your family gets to enjoy the break too. However, long car

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    Dealing with post Christmas blues

    Dealing with post Christmas blues

    January can be a glum month. In the run up to Christmas the short dark days can be offset against a full social calendar, bright twinkling lights and the magic of the festive season. But once that’s all over with for another year empty bank accounts, the post-Christmas scales reading and returning to work after

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    EHIC cards: Don’t get scammed

    As summer approaches, many of us will be preparing for  holidays abroad. If you’re planning to travel to Europe then it is best to have a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) which replaces the E111 card. However, every year there are hundreds of people who are tricked into paying money for an EHIC, which should

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    Is Your Child A Brat

    Dealing with bad behaviour in public

    Before we have children or if you never have them, seeing a child behave badly in public often gives rise to the thought “I would never let my child behave like that!” followed by a look of disapproval. But then when you do have them and they misbehave in public, thoughts often transfer to “oh

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