Category Archives: Reblogged

Lonely Planet tells the world to visit cheap Britain — Bulk News

Image copyright Getty Images The weak pound has made the UK one of the world’s best-value travel destinations, according to publisher Lonely Planet. Sterling has fallen sharply against the dollar and the euro since last year after ongoing Brexit uncertainty. … Continue reading

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Feta and Basil Stuffed Butternut Squash with a Sourdough Sage Crumb — Wish to Dish

This is the ultimate autumnal supper. Today’s recipe does not contain a ten page ingredients list or fancy foreign techniques that you have to google – it is a simple, rustic and delicious dish that you will keep on coming … Continue reading

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Phil Running London Marathon 2018 for Crimestoppers UK Charity — CharityUKNews

Crimestoppers is an independent charity helping to find criminals and solve crimes. They change people’s’ lives every day by helping to make communities safer across the UK. They have an anonymous phone number, 0800 555 111, that people can call … Continue reading

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‘Incredible’ editing of life’s building blocks — Bulk News

Image copyright Getty Images Scientists have demonstrated an “incredibly powerful” ability to manipulate the building blocks of life in two separate studies. One altered the atoms in DNA to rewrite the human genetic code and the instructions for life. The … Continue reading

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Illumination 12 – Carl Rosier Jones — Harriet Williamson

“PTSD sufferers are normally strong-willed individuals who would never want to show any weakness. This is why military and front line emergency services professionals try to hide or ignore it for fear of ruining careers.” via Illumination 12 – Carl Rosier … Continue reading

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Roasted Garlic Creole Asparagus — Cooking with a Wallflower

Tender asparagus tossed in olive oil and creole seasoning, roasted with minced garlic, and topped with sliced almonds. This roasted garlic creole asparagus is delicious and perfect as a summer side dish. Happy Monday! There’s only a week left until … Continue reading

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Behind the Lens – Pure Joy — Planet Bell

This photo of the kids playing with bubbles in Singapore was recently featured on Discover, so I thought I’d give you the backstory on the shot. via Behind the Lens – Pure Joy — Planet Bell

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The National Emergency Services Memorial #Charity — CharityUKNews

Our Emergency Services are the finest in the world. These are extraordinary, selfless men and women who think only of others and often risk their lives to keep Britain safe Over 250,000 police, fire fighters, nurses, doctors, all medical staff, … Continue reading

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Trinity College / Guinness Storehouse — Blissfulbritt

While gallivanting around Dublin, it was unavoidable to partake in some of the popular tourist activities you can find in the city. I like to live a life of balance, and this comes into play in all areas – including … Continue reading

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Another Spring meal from Cooking with a Wallflower.

Linguine tossed with mushrooms, roasted beets, beet greens, broccolini, and mint. This Roasted Beets, Broccolini, and Mushroom Linguine is the perfect weeknight dinner for spring. Happy Tuesday! I am so excited. Just one more day of work and then it’s … Continue reading

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