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Category: Reviews

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The Nutcracker Soldier

I have seen tin soldiers, wooden soldiers but never one as perfect as this made out of pure solid chocolate, 100% edible and handcrafted by Andrew Farrugia, a world renowned chocolate artist and carver.

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Festive Dried Flower Arrangements

Fresh flowers come and go and dried flower arrangements are ideal to last during this festive season and if well cared for can be stored carefully and used again next year.

Depending on your decor, some may fit in very well to keep all year round, especially if they do not have a Christmas theme.

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Cognitive Stimulation Therapy in cases of Dementia

Reuben Vella Bray speaks about his role as General Manager of Jasmine Nursing Home in Msida and the amazing results that are being achieved with the introduction of Cognitive Stimulation Therapy [Reuben prefers to use the term ‘Cognitive Activities Therapy’] as a holistic treatment for patients with dementia.

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Martina’s Cupcakes and the use of Russian Nozzles

Martina is an amazing lady. She recently was placed third in the KitchenAid Competition by Forestals and I was not surprised to see her beautiful cake as I having been admiring her work for a few years when she posts on social media.

Marina’s cupcakes during my tv show last week were divine.

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This week’s Life and Style Weekend

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Yoga for kids

Pamela explains that children derive enormous benefits from yoga. Physically, it enhances their flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness. In addition, their concentration and sense of calmness and relaxation improves.

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Organising Children’s Wardrobes the ‘Kon Mari’ way

This week ‘Kon Mari’ consultant Julia Barker talks me through the sometimes never-ending task or organising children’s wardrobes. The amount of times that children dirty their clothing usually results in a few outfit changes per day, continuous washing machine cycles and mountains of folding and putting away. Using Julia’s methods, we can use a system to better organise all the tiny items in a way which is easy to access and visually pleasing.

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