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Married At 27, D​​ivorc​ed at 28…Single 10 Years On by Min Kaur

I was married at  27, divorced at 28 and 10 years on I am still single looking to meet someone who will not judge me for being a divorcee. 
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Cooking Up A Storm With The Little Indian Kitchen

On Sunday 17th March we treated ourselves to a wonderful experience, a private bespoke cooking lesson with Lorna Nanda Gangotra, founder The Little Indian Kitchen. Lorna was on the
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Birds Of A Feather Flock Together

In Sikhi, we have the concept of ‘Sangat’. The word itself is a Sikh term with its origins in the Sanskrit word ‘sangh’, which means company, fellowship and association.
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The Impact of AWMB Workshop by Tazeen Dhunna Ahmad

I attended the first AWMB workshop last September and I can honestly say it was a catalyst for so many wonderful new openings and for deepening in my own
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Ladies Of Laughter with Noreen Khan

JOY: A feeling of great happiness or pleasure. One of the things we talk about at our workshop is the significance of JOY.  The importance of bringing laughter, lightness
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What is the AWMB Workshop really like? By Rosie Manku

As I made my way through the Oxfordshire countryside, London-bound for a workshop, I thought about the contribution I would make in this group of successful business women and
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Baby Brain Tea n Talk Event

Baby Brain Tea n Talk  For some time now we have been avid followers of a blogger called Harps at  babybrainmemoirs.com who shares eloquently and candidly her real experiences
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September is the new January

September is the new January. Pinch, punch, first day of a new month…although September not only feels like a new month and the beginning of a new season it
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What completing the London Marathon taught me about life, mindset and goals. Rupinder Kaur

                                        In 2014 I completed a life long goal of
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Keep Calm…We’re Back!

  Well that turned out to be a far lengthier sabbatical than expected! There are many, many, many reasons for this which quite frankly are far too boring to