Real Girls Wobble

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National Zoo Lovers Day

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I love a zoo, so much so that I when I say that I am going away I get asked if I’ll be going to a zoo when I’m there – if they have one of course.  Zoo’s or menageries as they were then known became popular during the early 1800’s as a form of entertainment and wonder, whereas not they are more about conservation and education.

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On the prowl – Cotswold Wildlife Park

Zoo Lovers Day is a great excuse to get your family together, friends or partner and take a trip to see local and exotic animals of the world. Let’s be fair, it’s not like you can see lions prowling in your back garden or playful monkeys swinging through the trees on your commute to work or a pack of coyotes eyeing up their next kill – well unless you’re at the Next Boxing Day sale.   Continue reading

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I have been receiving a Birchbox subscription for nearly a year now. It is the UK’s number one beauty box subscription which is tailored to the subscriber’s skin, hair and style.  Five beauty products are sent every month allowing you to discover new products.  It always has at least one full-size product.  I have seen many reviews of the Birchbox and they are always saying very fluffy things, singing the products praises and which I do not feel are very real.  Some of the products are amazing and some are not.  So, here’s my honest review of what I received this month…

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Let’s be honest, you usually see a picture of me sipping on a glass of Prosecco rather than a cup of tea! The well-used British idiom means ‘not to someone’s liking’, and as I’ve got older, grumpier and less tolerant toward people and things that impact on my routine or life has seen me change my outlook.

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You are not everyone’s cup of tea, but that’s OK

Growing up, I wanted people to like me and if there was a hint that they did not then I didn’t like it. I would do stupid things to try to make them like me – be loud, tell a few white lies, agree with their views (even if I didn’t). I would try out their hobbies so I would not be left out.  Behaved differently around people trying to be a person I thought they wanted me to be.

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