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Monday, 29 November 2021

The Monday Piece - Positive Parcel

This week's Monday Piece is on Positive Parcel! PositiveParcel was launched by ex-Liverpool goalkeeper, Chris Kirkland, and award-winning entrepreneur, Jack Knowles to offer the nation a hug in a box and bring positivity to people's lives. This Christmas the team have launched a range of new bespoke parcels including His and Hers Parcels and a Vegan Parcel. The parcels are full of handpicked treats to put a smile on your face, encourage self-care, and most importantly spread some positivity!

The new Vegan Parcel offers a range of vegan treats and a beautifully designed book, ‘How to go Vegan’, that offers facts, tips, advice and recipes to help, encourage and prepare to continue their journey as a vegan or to become one just in time for ‘Veganuary’! The new ‘His’ and ‘Hers’ boxes offer a bespoke selection of treats for your male or female loved ones, colleagues, neighbours or anyone that needs their day brightening up. Both boxes come with ‘The Positive Planner”, an encouraging companion and reminder to bring more positivity into your life. This wonderful book helps individuals witSelf Care, Gratitude & Daily Positivity.

The run up to Christmas and the festive period can be a very difficult time for millions of people and is often the toughest time of year if you have struggles in your life as it often magnifies these problems. We all need to be conscious of each other’s wellbeing and look out for each other especially over the next few months and Positive Parcel is a cost-effective and thoughtful solution to let someone you care thinking about them :).



Monday, 22 November 2021

The Monday Piece - National Geographic The Best of The World List

This week's Monday Piece is on National Geographic the best of the world list! As international travel restrictions lift and the world slowly emerges from the pandemic, National Geographic Traveller (UK) reveals its annual list of the 35 must-see destinations for the next year. Profiling inspiring places, communities and experiences, this year’s list comes at a crucial moment. The pandemic has transformed when, where and how we see the world. With the return of travel, National Geographic is rethinking what it means to be a traveller and the impact of those choices. What remains unchanged is the organisation’s commitment to travel stories that illuminate our beautiful world and the diversity of communities and people within it.

Framed by five categories — Nature, Adventure, Culture, Sustainability and Family — selections on the 2022 list honour national parks and wildlife, outdoor activities and experience, green travel and destinations, and multigenerational destinations and journeys. From the ‘next great safari destination’ of Caprivi, Namibia, to the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, to the ancient tea mountains and traditions of Yunnan, China, this year’s list is a reminder that there’s much out there to inspire us. Moreover, this year’s list celebrates the 50th anniversary of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, with 14 World Heritage-designated sites featured. Check it out to inspire your next trip :).



Monday, 15 November 2021

The Monday Piece - Majestic Togo

This week's Monday Piece is on majestic Togo! This weekend we were out on Birmingham vat the Christmas market and ice skating in the city so Togo had a doggysitting date with his Nanny. My mum took this stunning photo of him up the Malvern Hills and I'm totally obsessed! I'm desperate to know what he's thinking about... :).
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