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Christmas survival guide

Christmas is coming and the excitement is building. Alright, I know it’s early, but twinkling lights are already evident in shopping centres and the sentimental adverts that cajole us into buying lots of Christmas goodies that we don’t really need have started to be shown on television. Keep Reading

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Horoscope 2023

ARIES (Mar 21 – Apr 20) Your sharp intellect will be called into action in the first part of the year, Aries, when you find yourself solving problems, not just for yourself but for others around you! This will involve looking at your life in a whole new way and you are guided to look… Keep Reading

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`The Ladies that rock The Rock award 2023

As part of the plans for International Women’s Day 2023 events, and following the success of the book “The Ladies That Rock The Rock”, by the author Ayelet Mamo Shay, a new Award program has been launched, called: The Ladies That Rock The Rock Award. Keep Reading

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Self compassion… What is it?

In the difficult days and times in which we are living I feel it is very important for us to about, understand and begin to practice self compassion. But what exactly is self compassion? Keep Reading

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Valerga Brothers release ‘Soundtrack of My Teens an album for Calpe House

They say that enduring memories are those that we see through our rose tinted spectacles. The older one gets the more we like to hang on to memories, although I guess that holds true for everybody, as Christmas is a special time when we are treated by and likewise we like to treat those whom we love. My best remembered Christmases were those of my childhood and what made them special were the times spent visiting relatives and the times that they came round visiting us. Like most Gibraltarian households, the twelve days of Christmas were mostly spent huddled around the Christmas table eating or trying not to eat. There were a few other traditions to uphold as we shall see later. Keep Reading

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Christmases Remembered

They say that enduring memories are those that we see through our rose tinted spectacles. The older one gets the more we like to hang on to memories, although I guess that holds true for everybody, as Christmas is a special time when we are treated by and likewise we like to treat those whom we love. My best remembered Christmases were those of my childhood and what made them special were the times spent visiting relatives and the times that they came round visiting us. Like most Gibraltarian households, the twelve days of Christmas were mostly spent huddled around the Christmas table eating or trying not to eat. There were a few other traditions to uphold as we shall see later. Keep Reading

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Gift Ideas For Frequent Travellers

‘What do you want for Christmas?’ is a question I find myself asking some of my family and friends every year. As we get older you start to realise there’s not many things that people ‘need’ but some presents can always be useful. I remember when I went travelling for a year I got a number of practical presents that I still use to this day. If you have someone in your life who is constantly travelling, here are some gift ideas they’ll enjoy! Keep Reading

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Traveling home for Christmas

Christmas dinner. The mere mention of it conjures up plates of steaming, delicious food, chilled glasses of fizz and merriment from all those sitting around the family table. Keep Reading

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