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    10 May 2022

    This event began 10/05/20 and repeats every year forever

    Oh it's SOOOOOO good!
    To feel with your feet, to ground yourself, to fire up the receptors and receive feedback from the nerves in your feet that are usually stuffed away in shoes only feeling socks.
    Feel the grass, cold slabs, warm tiles, fluffy rugs, jaggy stones; I mean REALLY feel them!!

    It's Soooooo good.

    As par of Primal Living I wear Vibram Five Fingers shoes.
     Yes they look weird but they are like walking barefoot every day.  
    No bunions, no knee pain, no back pain because my feet are free to move as they were made to move!
    Try them and feel the difference. 

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    11 May 2021

    This event began 11/05/20 and repeats every year forever

    A good few years back, I was asked to go buy  ingredients for a dinner that 'I' would like. Not my kids, husband or anyone else - me.  It took me 2 hours of going round the supermarket to come up with one dinner because I was so used to catering for everyone else that I'd lost who I was and my preferences.  I think as females we have a tendency to put everyone else and their dog's needs before ours! 
    Today, take time to think what you LOVE to eat.  

    What foods make you smile as you put them into your mouth?  
    What foods do you really savour the flavour and textures of?  What foods make you feel nourished, satisfied, good? 
    Well, go and get them today and really, truly enjoy!

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    12 May 2021

    This event began 12/05/20 and repeats every year forever

    Today celebrates the birthday of artist and writer Edward Lear. Lear, who was born in 1812, was all about a bit of fun and wrote his ‘Book of Nonsense’ of 72 limericks in 1846 with exactly that in mind. The book was a huge success, not only making the author popular, but also boosting the limerick into popular culture across the world. 
    There was a young woman named Bright,
    Whose speed was much faster than light.
    She set out one day,
    In a relative way,
    And returned on the previous night.
    There was a young girl of Cape Cod
    Who thought babies were fashioned by God,
    But ’twas not the Almighty Who hiked up her nightie –
    ‘Twas Roger, the lodger, by God!

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