Content Corner: March

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March, with both International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day, is very much about celebrating females. The content this month definitely reflects that with strong, empowering, inspirational women as well as the issues still faced by many today. View Post

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Our First Home

“Not very romantic, is it?… spending our Valentine’s evening with a mortgage adviser sandwiched between us…” I exclaimed, only half joking.

“I am doing something that shows I want to spend the rest of my life with you” he replied, “what could be more romantic?”

I melted – how could I argue with that?

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Content Corner: February

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My role, as a Content Editor at Zazzle Media, means that I am immersed in content all day, everyday and, like most, outside of that I spend hours scrolling through social media and reading anything I can get my hands on.

So, I thought I would do a round-up of those that I most enjoyed throughout the month.

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Galentine’s Day

The 13th of February simply used to be the day before Valentine’s Day – the day when we rushed out to get a heart-covered card that would express exactly how much we loved someone, whether that be openly or from afar. Over the last few years, however, it has become better known as Galentine’s Day.

Galentine’s Day is a day for women to celebrate their female friendships because, lets face it, they are just as important as our romantic ones. If we have one specific day a year where we shower our significant other with love, why shouldn’t we have one for our friends as well? View Post

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6 Amazing Staffordshire Bull Terriers

If you were to form an opinion of Staffordshire Bull Terriers from what you read and see in the media, what would you say about them? You would *probably* picture a snarling dog with bared teeth, foaming at the mouth – because that is what they show us. You might then describe them as the dog that attacks anything that crosses their path – because that is what they tell us.

You couldn’t be further from the truth. Did you know that they are one of the only breeds to be described as a ‘Nanny dog’ by The Kennel Club because of how good they are with children and they actually come below Labradors on the list of dogs most likely to bite?

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