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4 Baking ideas to get you into the royal wedding spirit

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Admit it, who doesn’t appreciate a good wedding? While sure, with a royal wedding you may not be invited to it, or indeed know the two getting hitched, but it is still a great excuse for many a splendorous thing: like a street party, bunting, a family gathering and, of course, cake! If you are planning on baking to your hearts content for the upcoming royal wedding but are a little short on ideas, worry not. We, at Kojji, are …

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The 4 effects of a zero-waste lifestyle

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If you had to pick one thing to say about the youth of today; it’s that we’re officially woke. The invention of the internet, and a strain of green-minded millennials who grew up on social media; mean our society is one bred on acceptance, inclusion and dietary avoidance. It seems we’re way more focused on being courteous, and kind to ourselves; it follows then that we’ll feel the same way about the precious planet. After all, it’s essential to our …

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3 Alternative sights to see in London

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Ah, London! The bright lights of Piccadilly Circus, the neon taste of Soho, the mouth-watering street food of Brixton Market. When you cast your mind to our beautiful capital, what is it you see? The Shard and the Eye? Or the Thames and London Bridge? It’s true, our Lionheart is a devilishly diverse place. Turn the right (or wrong?) corner, stumble down the right (or wrong?) alleyway; and you’ll end up in a completely different environment from the one you …

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4 Ways to reuse packaging to save money

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An unsettling number of problems in this world are caused by packaging. These include the excess of packaging materials we produce and the difficulties we then face in the disposal of them. The materials we commonly use for packaging, such as plastic and paper, pollute the environment and are produced at the cost of deforestation and drilling for oil. When it comes to each of us doing our own little bit to help alleviate the damage being done to our …

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3 Ways to get involved with charity work in your area

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Donating your money and/or time to any charity or good cause can be extremely rewarding. Supporting those in need around the world, or the benefaction of a cause in aid of scientific research or ecological aid is both generous and vital. However, by looking closer to home you may discover just as worthy causes or situations that otherwise go overlooked. By getting involved with charity work in your local area you can make a tangible difference to the well-being of …

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7 Ways to encourage children to read

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To anyone who has ever been gripped by a thriller, swept up in an epic, fallen for a romance, or chortled over a witty paperback knows the joys of reading are innumerable and varied. This is an insight that can only come as a result of exploring what books have to offer first hand. Children need to be encouraged to discover the wondrous world of literature for themselves. As a parent or teacher, you can help to encourage children to …

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How to keep fit in Wimbledon

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In Wimbledon, and the rest of the capital that lies beyond, there’s a mind-boggling array of options for keeping fit. Sometimes, this sheer weight of choice is enough to keep you on the sofa assessing your options. At least, that’s the excuse we use. But no more. Looking around our lovely local area we’ve found so many great ways to keep fit in Wimbledon. What’s more, most of them are absolutely free! So now there really is no excuse not …

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4 Types of coffee and how to order them with a twist

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A new craze is sweeping in from the West – have you heard of the menu hack? This craze arose from the American culture of the-customer-is-always-right (due to the fact that most service workers survive on tips); but it has upped its sticks and colonised the shores of the UK. So, the question remains, just how do you do it? At Kojji, we love a good cafe. So, we thought we’d bring together a guide to four of our favourite …

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5 Popular spa treatments explained

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Considering they’re designed to be havens of relaxation and indulgence, spas can be pretty perplexing places. With so many cryptic-sounding services and treatments on offer it can be hard to know which will serve you best. Working out what you want and what it will achieve can be something of a pain in the neck. However, we’re here to help you get a handle on this by explaining some of the most popular spa treatments out there. Shiatsu Shiatsu is …

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4 Different shopping styles, which one are you?

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Shopping. Some of us consider it a hobby, some of us a nasty necessity, and some of us shun it completely. For those of you who do interact with the teaming high street, at some point, someone has jostled you aside to dive nose-deep into sale goods. If you’ve shaken your head and wondered “who shops like that!?”, you’re not alone. There are four distinct styles of shopper, each as unique as the other. But, which shopping style are you? …

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