Movie night for valentines day? Why not make your popcorn even sweeter with this cupid crunch recipe!?
YOU WILL NEED:
2 bags microwave popcorn
340g bag of pink Wilton Candy Melts (You can buy these from Hobbycraft) OR 2 generous handfuls of pink melted marshmallows and 1 bar of chocolate
250g of pretzels - broken into pieces
150g of M&Ms
Hundreds and thousands Edible glitter
WHAT TO EXPECT IN CLASS?
In a typical Zumba class you will enjoy Latin music and dance styles such as Salsa, Meringue, Cumbia and Reggaeton, however in my classes I love to add in other styles too, such as Bollywood, Soca and Bachata to name a few! I stand at the front and you just follow my moves – simple! After a few classes the steps become familiar and every now and then I throw in a new step or routine. As a regular, there’s enough time to practice without getting bored!
Happy New Year! It’s possible we have all overindulged in too much food and drink lately, which can take its toll on our skin. Therefore, this month, I thought I would share some top tips for detoxing your skin this January.
Christmas can be stressful, especially with the kids off school hyper on all the Christmas chocolate!
Why not relax and destress with this Gingerbread Martini to accompany your baking creations.
It’s the perfect combination of sweet and spicy that will fill you with Christmas cheer. This recipe makes 1 cocktail.
Connor is a Spanish Mastiff crossbreed puppy who was born at the beginning of September. He and his brother were abandoned as tiny puppies in Spain, but they were both lucky enough to be rescued early on.
Connor is a very friendly and loving boy. He has settled really well into his foster home and is progressing brilliantly with his toilet training. He is good with both adults and children, although he will be a large boy when fully grown, so we would suggest that he is not homed with babies or toddlers.
Whether it’s lunch with work colleagues or an evening celebrating with friends, most of us tend to eat out more over the festive period. The holidays are the season of good cheer, which means parties, eating out and indulging at home – but it is possible to eat, drink and be merry without overdoing it.
Here are our top tips for joining in this Christmas whilst keeping an eye on your waistline:
Stuck on what to do with the kids this Christmas holidays? Or simply looking for something to do over the holiday period? Why not try this recipe to make the perfect gingerbread house! If you keep reading, we will also tell you how to make a festive drink to accompany your creations.
December is full of office parties and celebrations, so I thought I would share some really quick and easy ways to help you sparkle this party season...
Let it Glow...
We all know that a tan makes us not only look great, but
we feel better to, so why not treat you and your skin to a gorgeous light glow this festive season?
Sparkle with Shellac...
There is nothing nicer thantreating yourself to get your nails done and the perfect choice is Shellac, with zero dry time, chip free colour and a high mirror shine that lasts.
Are you tired of the super chaotic, overly commercialised Christmas period? We are too. Here is a little throwback to the ghost of Christmas past to revisit some much-loved Christmas traditions that few families still take part in today. Why not try some of these yuletide traditions this Christmas to bring back the magic of the holidays of the past.
Remembrance Sunday is just a few weeks away which will commemorate and pay respects to British Service members who are sadly no longer with us.
Every year on the 11thof November, a two-minute silence is given to honour and remember the men and women who have served and continue to serve our country during times of war, conflict and peace. This moment of silence marks the day that World War 1 ended, at 11am on the 11thday of the 11thmonth, in 1918.
The Arborfield Service will be held as usual this year at the Arborfield Cross Village Memorial on Sunday 10thNovember at 10:45am. The parade will form at the Arborfield Royal British Legion Club at 10:30am and refreshments will be served there afterwards.
Arborfield’s Military Wives Choir will be joining the community on Remembrance Sunday to honour the fallen at the annual Remembrance Service at Arborfield Cross. It would be great to see as many of the local Arborfield residents as possible to unite and honour those who have sacrificed themselves to secure and protect our freedom.