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Most Wanted Christmas Presents of the Last 100 Years

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Most Wanted Christmas Presents of the Last 100 Years

With only 8 days to go until Christmas we thought a trip down memory lane would make you smile. Here is a list of the most wanted Christmas presents by decade of the last 100 years:1910s Rocking Horse and Fireworks1920s The Radio Flyer Wagon and the YoYo1930s Red Ryder BB Gun and Army Men 1940s Lego and the Slinky1950s Barbie and Mr Potato Head1960s Etch A Sketch and GI Joe1970s Nerf Ball and Star Wars action figures1980s Rubik's Cube and Magic 8 Ball1990s Tamagotchi and Gameboy2000s Razor Scooter and Bratz dolls2010s iPhone and Sony PlayStation To make this Christmas memorable,...

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Orange Is The New Black

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Orange Is The New Black

In design, colour is everything. It sets the mood for a table setting, an outfit or a whole room. It's so much fun choosing colour combinations and the possibilities are endless. Often the most unlikely pairings are winners.  When you're stumped for what to wear, reaching for trusty black can seem like the easiest option, but with spring now in full swing, wearing a drab ensemble of clothing is out of the question. For a little seasonal colour inspiration, we're sharing some colour combinations which will put a spring in your step. (Photo credit: Logan Ledford Art) Keep a look...

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Spring has Sprung!

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Spring has Sprung!

Spring is the perfect time for renewal, and the opportunity to rid your life of clutter. To set you off on the path to a clutter-free life, best-selling author Marie Kondo's 'KonMari Method' is the place to start. Marie Kondo's KonMari Method is simple: when assessing the physical objects in your life, ask yourself these simple questions:1: Does it spark joy?2: Is it necessary?3: Does it work?4: Does it have a designated place to live?If the answer is "Yes" - keep and put in a designated place. If the answer is "No" - be thankful/ thank your item for all...

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