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Do You Embrace Change or Fear It?

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Do you embrace change or fear it? Many people have become curious about my diet and healthy lifestyle. Partly because it is so far from the one I was living 3 years ago and partly because it goes against what the majority eat on a daily basis; so it is either fascinating or frightening, or to some, just weird. But ...

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Thinking of a Spa Weekend?

In these fast-paced times spa breaks are becoming increasingly popular. Spas to suit all budgets are popping up in beautiful locations across the country, just perfect for recharging your batteries. You might be surprised by the range of accommodation and treatments on offer. The futuristic Coworth Park, for example, offers the ultimate in luxury. Set in acres of parkland, it’s ...

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REVIEW: Virgin Active

It is a cold Thursday evening after a long week working in Leeds city centre, amongst the numerous gyms and leisure clubs in the city Virgin active in the Light is our destination for a swift work out and some relaxing spa time. As a keen gym goer I usually attend a much more modest family run establishment in West ...

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Last Minute Christmas Gift Ideas

rachel mcalley

Here’s a few of my favourite things that would surely make wonderful Christmas gifts for friends or family. So for all you last minute shoppers out there take a look below for a selection of treats.   Hotel Chocolat have the cutest stocking filler, a luxury bag of Butterscotch Puddles priced at £5.50 for 110g. Hotel Chocolat can be found ...

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REVIEW: THE BOTANIST

claire cumming

Claire Cumming, our delectable columnist and city party girl heads down to The Botanist for a few cocktails and some live music. Why go to a bar and listening to their chosen genre of music when you can sip sumptuous cocktails whilst listening to talented musicians playing what you want to hear!? I have always loved the Botanist; I was ...

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Chrysalis to Butterfly

rachel mcalley

A very good friend of mine recently made a huge decision, a life changing decision in fact, to do something that would shock even the most open minded of us. My lovely friend is someone I both worked with in radio, and worked for outside of radio, and when I found out about this life changing decision a year ago ...

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Group for Leeds City Council Tenants & Leaseholders

Rob Wilson

Are You a LCC tenant or leaseholder? Interested in making a difference for  all LGBT Council tenants and leaseholders in Leeds? If so, Housing Leeds hosts a fantastic group open to all Leeds City Council Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) tenants and leaseholders! Rainbow Roofs works with council officers and other residents to directly influence and improve Housing Leeds services. ...

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Roots and Fruits supporting World AIDS Day 2014

Rob Wilson

Anyone who knows me, or who reads any of my blogs with a level of frequency will know how much I support independent businesses within Leeds.. well here’s yet another reason why! Monday 1st December is World AIDS Day 2014, where a number of organisations join together to raise awareness of HIV & AIDS, to challenge the stigma attached to ...

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POP UP AND PLAY

Nicola Carney

POP UP AND PLAY SUNDAY What a great idea! If you’re up and dressed for 10:30am on a Sunday…..of course we were! Many people think the only thing at the German Market at Millennium Square for the kiddiewinks are the Tea Cup rides……read on! Myself and the Little City Dweller (aka Tilly) headed to the ‘Pop up and Play’ session ...

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How to Understand if Word of Mouth is Working for your Business

Word of Mouth

How to Understand if Word of Mouth is Working for your Business As everyone knows – word of mouth is a powerful marketing tool. It can bring customers to you in their droves, but just as easily it can turn them away. So how can you ensure that it’s working effectively for you? Dominic Kitchin from The Science of Buying ...

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