Frostie

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Name: Frostie
Date registered: August 1, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Declutter Your Life by Gill Hasson Book Review — February 20, 2018
  2. INTRODUCING VILIV BY DR. FELIX BERTRAM — February 19, 2018
  3. Simnel Cake Recipe — February 16, 2018
  4. Multiseed Sourdough Recipe — February 15, 2018
  5. MIND YOUR LANGUAGE: HARNESSING THE POWER OF THE SPOKEN WORD TO SPARK POSITIVE LIFELONG CHANGE — February 14, 2018

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Jan 05

Ergobaby Aura Baby Wrap Review

Ergo baby have launched new Aura Baby Wrap, an ergonomically designed lightweight wrap which gives parents the freedom to enjoy their baby, hands free and Frost has reviewed it.  I am a huge fan of baby slings. They tend to soothe a crying baby and you can breastfeed with them on the go. The Aura baby wrap has the advantage …

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Jan 04

Mokee’s Upcycled Wool Bag | Frost Loves

Mokee’s Upcycled Wool Bag We love stylish things at Frost and this gorgeous upcycled bag from Mokee, the design-led baby furniture company, is more gorgeous than most. it is their first ever bag – the upcycled WoolBag. Made from off-cuts of their woolnest, the felt material is matched with the colourful straps and is big …

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Dec 22

Five Essential Goal-Setting Habits for the Entrepreneur By Emine Suleyman, author of Aliya

Ever wondered why some people get ahead and others tread water? It’s not luck, says life coach, mindfulness expert and career mentor Emine Suleyman – it’s about how well they spend their time. Here, Emine offers her own top 5 habits that every budding entrepreneur should practice to realise their ambitions in 2018. Her new …

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Dec 22

Top Books For December

Becoming Hitler. The Making of a Nazi by Thomas Weber A fascinating and well researched book.  The story of the making of Adolf Hitler that we are all familiar with is the one Hitler himself wove in his 1924 trial, and then expanded upon in Mein Kampf. It tells of his rapid emergence as National …

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Dec 21

Here’s why it’s a bad idea to stick cotton buds in your ears

Cotton buds is a household essential for many of us, but now health professionals have warned that using them could potentially damage your hearing. But why do we have ear wax in the first place and what kind of damage can cotton buds cause? National charity Action on Hearing Loss has the answers. Ear wax …

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Dec 19

Why Cybersecurity Can Win the Fight Against Islamic Extremism By Cosmo Clark

Cosmo Clark is a cybersecurity and cyber terrorism analyst and observer whose first novel, Blue Eyed Infidel, a satirical sci-fi thriller in the vein of Orwell’s 1984, hits the UK shelves this week. Here Clark (a pseudonym) argues that computers, not bombs, will win the war on terror. What do you think is the best …

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Dec 19

The Folio Society Celebrates Poetry

Let January Be Your Time to Relax and Reconnect   Whether you over indulged over the festive season or just want to unwind, poetry is a great way to relax the mind.  The Folio Society has produced three very different, equally lovely volumes of poetry for those looking for a bit of inner peace:   …

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Dec 18

Why Technology is Ruining Christmas By Ian Shepherd, author of The Sleighmaker

A third of children will be sending their wish lists to Santa by smartphone app this Christmas. Let that sink in for a moment. Now, when the kids aren’t looking, swipe their gadgets – all of them – and hide them in a sock drawer until December 26. Because technology is ruining Christmas. And I …

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