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5 Shopping Apps For Fashion Lovers

Many of us already shop online for many everyday goods, and our fashion buys are no exception. The convenience of next day delivery, great discounts and ease of access to a whole host of fashionable goodies are hard to resist.

Fashion lovers spend hours browsing through pages of gorgeous clothing and accessories. Whether it’s on the commute to work, sipping your favourite coffee on the go or sneaking a look during lunch breaks, taking a peek at the latest fashion buys is so easy to do.




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Rania Dalloul

Authored by David Humphrey
Posted: Thu, 11/30/2017 - 7:02am

I am sure the name Rania Dalloul will not sound strange to anyone. Even if the name sounds strange to you, Dominos Pizza or Mori Roti will not sound strange. These brands are the result of the hard work Rania Dalloul has done.

I promise after reading this article, the name of this great Yoga practitioner and human right activist will not sound strange to your hearing.

This article explains the biography of Rania Dalloul, her achievements as a business woman and legal practitioner, her service towards humanity and her sporty lifestyle.

Let’s get started.

Thank you to Exeter for wearing it pink!

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Tue, 11/14/2017 - 7:23am

I am writing to thank all of the brilliant fundraisers in Exeter for joining us and taking part in wear it pink on Friday 20 October.

Wear it pink, Breast Cancer Now’s flagship fundraiser, takes place every year during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, to raise money for vital breast cancer research.

We were so thrilled that 123 fundraisers across Exeter ditched their everyday colours and pulled on some pink to help Breast Cancer Now achieve its aim that by 2050 nobody will die from breast cancer.

Why are we dying to ignore environmental catastrophe?

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Sat, 11/11/2017 - 10:11am

Speaking at a recent conference on Mental Health and Young People in Devon, psychologist Dr. Kate Middleton inspiringly encouraged participants to reflect on resilience for teenagers. Coping with challenge and change has maybe never been so difficult than in today’s world, so how can one adapt from the weathers of life and recover from adversity?

Ten things I needed to know before I wrote my novel

Authored by celiamoorebooks
Posted: Mon, 10/30/2017 - 7:42am

My debut novel, Fox Halt Farm is just out on Amazon and here is the link to my blog - this is a post I wrote a couple of months ago.

Together for Life

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Sun, 10/08/2017 - 2:03pm

At the recent Exeter Diocesan clergy conference our three Bishops participated in a panel answering questions from the floor on a variety of contemporary topics.

One of those raised was, ‘what are the greatest social challenges facing the people of Devon who we seek to serve at this time?’  The Bishops responded with helpful comments such as our ageing population, new housing developments, pressures on land-use and the future of farming, as well as health concerns including dementia, loneliness and mental well-being.

Post Truth or Past Thinking?

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Fri, 09/01/2017 - 12:17pm

Many English people do not appear to be too media-literate. We do not read beneath the words or images presented to us, nor think about the intentions of those who communicate with us. We take too much at face value and do not appreciate the deeper or more complex subtleties of what we are being told. Many of us prefer to believe a more immediate or literal understanding of what is in front of us.

Why you should think about starting a business around the time you potty train your toddler

Authored by MissioningMum
Posted: Thu, 08/17/2017 - 7:47am

Starting a business while you juggle the demands of your toddler  may not seem like good timing, but consider this ...

You have a toddler running around, let's say their age is somewhere around the 2.5 year mark. Its probably time to potty train, you can't avoid it for much longer. And if you are crazy like me you will also have a 1 year old crawling around adding to the chaos.

Learning from Exeter's past to shape its future

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Sat, 07/15/2017 - 8:13am

Are there lessons to be learned from Exeter’s past to take into its future? Can we discern characteristics from its history to enlighten the next few generations of this more than two-thousand-year-old city?

From its first beginnings as a prehistoric hill settlement, what has really determined Exeter’s wealth and well-being has been its geographical location – its underlying geology, its climate, and its estuary position east of Dartmoor.

Greenest Government Never?

Authored by Martyn Goss
Posted: Sat, 06/17/2017 - 2:49pm

So, have the results of the General Election been good for the environment?! On the face of it, the Green Party did not gain ground, issues of ecological sustainability did not seem high on candidates’ agendas and Britain now has an Environment Secretary who is not exactly known for his green credentials. Is the outlook therefore bleaker than it was?

Firstly, let’s identify six of the key challenges we face:

a)  Implementation of the Paris agreement on climate change
b) Revising UK environmental policies after Brexit

What is network marketing? A personal view

Authored by Purity Spa Exeter
Posted: Mon, 06/05/2017 - 6:36pm

When someone talks about network marketing what springs to mind? Pyramid scheme? Scam? Maybe you consider people who opt for that profession as part of a ‘brainwashed cult’, writes Jodie Mancuso.

Anyone who works in or has worked in the industry will probably tell you that they’ve heard these pre-conceptions more times than they could possibly count. But in the ever-changing and fast-growing business world, is this highly misunderstood line of work forming an important part of our business future?