Archive | July, 2012

Finding the funds for costly care

Paying for care home fees when you could be entitled to funding is frustrating – now you can ensure you get the help you deserve Are you or a family member paying care home fees? Have you ever wondered why some people pay care home fees and others don’t? When an individual is deemed to […]

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Get up and go – July

As distributed in The Sunday Telegraph July 15th In the July edition of Get Up and Go, we explore top golf courses, scope out the best gear and get some playing tips from coaches to the stars. Elsewhere, writer Michael Bywater enjoys the spa life at Champneys and Hunter Davies limbers up for the Olympics […]

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What is this thing called love?

Pyschology Of Love – Part 1 Most people, for most of the time in their adult life, are either: looking for love, falling in love, in a loving relationship, falling out of love or broken-hearted. Since love is a powerful emotion that can take over our lives it is perhaps not surprising that it has […]

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Bibliophile’s Corner. The Earthquake Machine by Mary Pauline Lowry

On the outside, everything looks perfect in Rhonda’s world but at home she has to deal with a manipulative father who keeps her mentally ill mother hooked on pharmaceuticals. The only reliable person in Rhonda’s life is her family’s Mexican yardman, Jesús. But when the INS deports Jesús back to his home state of Oaxaca, […]

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The Art of Being a Woman by Veronique Vienne

Bibliophile’s Corner. The Art of Being a Woman by Veronique Vienne.

With its spirited prose and witty illustrations, The Art of Being a Woman informs and celebrates the many ways we all can release our insecurities, count our blessings, and experience what the French call “joie de vivre,” a lively tryst between heart and mind. I picked up The Art of Being a Woman after abandoning […]

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