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Astronomers share stunning photos of a bright, green ‘Christmas’ comet passing Earth

Astronomers share stunning photos of a bright, green ‘Christmas’ comet passing Earth “Stargazers and astronomers have been sharing mesmerising pictures of a three-quarters of a mile wide bright green comet passing close to Earth over the weekend. As we reported last week, Comet 46P/Wirtanen made it closest approach to our planet in 70 years on…

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December 25, 2018

10 naughtiest things dogs do over Christmas revealed

10 naughtiest things dogs do over Christmas revealed Natalie Cornish of Country Living tells us this about naughty dogs during Christmas… “If you’ve already had to stop your dog from knocking over your Christmas tree, or eating the decorations, then you’re not alone because 83% of pet owners have been faced with a naughty festive…

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December 24, 2018

How to make a handmade Christmas paper wreath

How to make a handmade Christmas paper wreath Country Living’s Deputy Home and Style Editor, Alaina Binks, is the brains and hands behind many of the wonderful makes and crafts we see in the magazine. So it was no surprise that, for the Country Living plastic-free Secret Santa (video above), Alaina turned to the craft…

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December 23, 2018

10 Christmas party wines that will always be a hit with guests

10 Christmas party wines that will always be a hit with guests Another great article by Victoria Chandler and Country Living!  She says ” Nothing adds stress to a Christmas party like being put in charge of choosing the wine, and getting it wrong is all too easy with the vast choice available in the…

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December 22, 2018

M&S reveals this year’s bestselling food for Christmas

M&S reveals this year’s bestselling food for Christmas Victoria Chandler from Country Living reveals M&S bestselling food for Christmas. She says “While we enjoy spending time with our loved ones during Christmas, the festive season is also all about taking the time to indulge in delicious food. And it seems that we’re all already rushing…

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December 20, 2018

10 ways to celebrate Christmas like our grandparents did

10 ways to celebrate Christmas like our grandparents did Country Living and author Arricca Sansone share some insight on how Christmas was celebrated in th the past.  They say “If you’re weary of over-the-top consumerism and crowded shops, step back to a simpler time. Having an old-fashioned holiday season centres on choosing what really matters…

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December 19, 2018

How to care for your real Christmas wreath

How to care for your real Christmas wreath Author Natalie Cornish with Country Living discusses how to care for your real Christmas wreath.  She says “Hanging a Christmas wreath is one of the most magical parts of Christmas, but how do you ensure yours still looks its best on Christmas Day and beyond? Mark Sage,…

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December 18, 2018

History of Christmas Trees

History of Christmas Trees Another great article by History.  They discuss the history of the Christmas tree… here is what they have to say “Long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all year had a special meaning for people in the winter.Discover the history of the Christmas tree, from the…

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December 16, 2018

Christmas Traditions Worldwide

Christmas Traditions Worldwide History share Christmas traditions from around the world.  They say “Christmas as we know it today is aVictorian invention of the 1860s. Probably the most celebrated holiday in the world, our modern Christmas is a product of hundreds of years of both secular and religious traditions from around the globe. Discover the…

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December 15, 2018

The English Christmas Decoded

The English Christmas Decoded Author Florence Fabricant from The New York Times says “This dense, definitive guide to winter and Christmas, specifically an English Christmas, is crammed with personal recollections, history and lore, and threaded with recipes and photos of landscapes freighted with snow. The food writer Nigel Slater says he loves “the crackle of…

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December 14, 2018
 
 
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