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A royal pain

In the early 1800s when Hans Christian Andersen penned his literary fairy tale The Princess and the Pea it received mixed reactions. A story that begins with the classic fairytale story hook of a handsome prince in search of his perfect princess, The Princess and the Pea sees the prince in a three-bears-like pursuit of...

The last straw

Sometimes after a busy or stressful day, arriving in your bedroom to remember you still need to re-make your bed from where you’ve washed the sheets can really feel like the last straw. If this sounds like you or you find yourself having to dig deep for the enthusiasm to change your sheets once a...

Warming feeling

September’s arrived and, in our minds, the only thing that can help compensate for the disappearing warmth of summer is the comforting embrace of Autumn. And there is something inherently comforting about Autumn isn’t there?  As the mornings and evenings begin to cool, so we find warming pumpkin spice flavours reappear on the menus at...
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