Frostie

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Name: Frostie
Date registered: August 1, 2012

Latest posts

  1. 1/3 of Females Put Off STEM Careers — March 21, 2017
  2. Mother’s Day Gift Discount On Ancestry DNA Kits — March 20, 2017
  3. Happiness tips for parents and their kids on International Day of Happiness — March 20, 2017
  4. How, What & Where Of Men’s Casual Clothing — March 7, 2017
  5. London Book & Screen Week 2017 unveils programme that goes from Hogwarts to Hygge in celebration of books — March 6, 2017

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  1. Win a Box Full of Divine Chocolate In Time For Easter. Two To Giveaway — 279 comments
  2. Win a £35 Hamper That’s oh so Divine — 194 comments
  3. Win Wine And Champagne Courtesy of BAFTA — 137 comments
  4. Win Stylish Clarks Brogues Courtesy of Brantano — 67 comments
  5. Win Handmade Baby Clothes & Hat From CobWebKnits — 14 comments

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Mar 21

1/3 of Females Put Off STEM Careers

A THIRD OF UK FEMALES INTERESTED IN STEM CAREERS ARE PUT OFF BEFORE LEAVING SECONDARY SCHOOL   46% OF UK FEMALES AGED 16-24 HAVE CONSIDERED A CAREER IN A STEM INDUSTRY, BUT ONLY 13% ARE IN STEM ROLES TODAY*   31% OF FEMALES AGED 16-24 BLAME LACK OF ‘REAL-LIFE’ CAREERS EDUCATION FOR THE LACK OF FEMALES …

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Mar 20

Mother’s Day Gift Discount On Ancestry DNA Kits

Genealogy is huge right now so this Mother’s Day, give your mum the exciting opportunity to discover more about herself and the unique stories hidden in her genes with the AncestryDNA test. The perfect gift for the most important woman in your life, AncestryDNA  provides a personal ethnicity estimate from up to thousands of years ago from 26 separate regions across the …

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Mar 20

Happiness tips for parents and their kids on International Day of Happiness

Happiness tips for exhausted and over-worked parents and their children on International Day of Happiness International Day of Happiness – Monday March 20th 2017   Natalie Savvides is a married Mum of two young children under five who lives in South-West London. She is also the author of Full Circle, published in 2016 by Pegasus, which is a memoir …

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Mar 07

How, What & Where Of Men’s Casual Clothing

You’re likely to wear casual clothes among friends because people you know won’t judge you – they already know who you are. Casual clothing tend to be relatively inexpensive which gives you more freedom, when you’re wearing them, to do spontaneous activities without worrying that they will get dirty. There are lots of options when …

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Mar 06

London Book & Screen Week 2017 unveils programme that goes from Hogwarts to Hygge in celebration of books

David Nicholls, Roddy Doyle and Michael Morpurgo headline the seven-day festival A Soho awards night with David Nicholls, a very special Harry Potter screening at the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London and conversations with Michael Morpurgo and Roddy Doyle lead the eclectic line-up of this year’s London Book & Screen Week (13-19 March 2017).   Produced by The London Book …

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Mar 03

The Great British Family Report 2017

Frost magazine found the The Great British Family Report 2017 very interesting indeed. How do you match up? NO MONEY, NO TIME, NO PATIENCE – BUT NINE IN TEN BRITISH FAMILIES ARE HAPPY   Great British Family Report paints picture of typical family in 2017 – from work to finances Biggest worries include money, children’s happiness and …

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Mar 02

International Women’s Day Event CARE International’s #March4Women Sing for a fairer world

Dr Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst, London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Bianca Jagger will lead a rally beginning at 12pm on Sunday 5 March, ahead of International Women’s Day. They will be joined by crowds of supporters raising their voice in solidarity with women and girls worldwide who endure inequality and injustice. The …

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Mar 02

New Study Reveals Twenty-Somethings are ‘Generation Sensible’

For from being the superficial, social media-obsessed narcissists that so many publications, and people, try to pretend they are twenty-somethings are actuallyy sensible.  The average twenty-something earns £19,186.40 a year, has savings of £2,543 and chooses NOT to go clubbing, according to new research. The Nationwide Savings study of ‘Generation Sensible’ shows 65 per cent …

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