Use Yacon Syrup For Weight Loss

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Guest Post Contribution Yacon syrup is derived from the yacon plant. The yacon plant is native to the Andes Mountains. The meat of the plant comes from its roots which are extracted and then converted into a syrup. This syrup is very sweet and nutritious. It has a low calorie count and sugar levels, however, its ...

Five Meal planning steps to get the most benefit from your meal planner Pro

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Guest Post Contribution There are innumerable programs for meal planning on the Internet. You will have to consider the pros and cons of different programs so that you may choose the best one for your family. Usually, all meal planners work in the same way with breakfast, lunch and dinner. Thus, with meal planning, you know ...

Adorable Dog and Baby Love

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It's obvious I am running a little low on content this week when I start posting cutesy images that I find on the web. I spent this weekend writing the longest, rambliest, most personal post, spent all my self-allocated blogging time to it, got something I really love, but now am too chicken to post ...

A Good World Cup and Bad Karma – All Through Vine

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Aaah, what a wonderful World Cup it's been. I can't remember when I last saw a tournament half so entertaining. Almost every match had something to remember it by. What I particularly loved was the unpredictability of the whole thing - Spain, Italy, England all made brief appearances and left early, leaving the field open for ...

The Rape of Innocence

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This blog post refers to the events that took place last week - the rape of a 6-year old in school. Today, Snubnose came home talking about the little girl who was raped in school. Yes, she used the word rape. Yes, she is all of eight years old. I first heard the news through my Whatsapp ...

Fade into Red

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Ayra always wanted to be an Art Historian. She saw herself flitting between galleries, talking Michelangelo and Dali with glamorous ease. At twenty–nine, life has decided to make her an underpaid investment banker juggling an eccentric family, a fading career and a long–distance relationship that is becoming a light-year one. On a monsoon day in ...

{Almost} WW: Photographing the Piglet

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If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen a flurry of Piglet pics there all of a sudden. Yes, it has happened. Finally, Piglet has agreed to pose for photographs!

I had blogged sometime back how difficult it was to get any shots of him, and in fact there are whole months in his life that have gone undocumented just because all I had were blurry pics and sob stories.