THE WOMAN IN CABIN 10: BOOK REVIEW

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Did you read THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN and loved it? What about GONE GIRL? Are you looking for a book with the same feeling? Well, here it is!           First, let’s watch this very suspenseful book trailer for The Woman in Cabin 10…       THE WOMAN IN CABIN 10 by RUTH WARE Upcloseandbookish…

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LIVING SIMPLY: SIMPLE MONDAY #4

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    Goodmorning and happy Monday! ❤ Continuing our tradition of #simplemondays based on the book L’ART DE LA SIMPLICITE by Dominique Loreau, here are her ideas on how to treat our daily eating habits! I am warning you! She is particularly…strict! Some tips on how to eat based on quality and not quantity. (p. 153 of the hardcover). 🍋…

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LIVING SIMPLY | SIMPLE MONDAY #3: 3 tips on taking care of our selves

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As I promised last week, here are some tips on taking care of ourselves by living simply based on the book L’ART DE LA SIMPLICITE by Dominique Loreau. ⭐ •No one can take better care of your body than you can yourself – not your doctor, your beautician, or your make-up adviser. We are responsible for our own bodies and…

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LIVING SIMPLY | SIMPLE MONDAY #2: TAKING CARE OF YOUR BODY

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  Good morning my friends and happy Monday! Continuing our series on simplicity and living simply based on the book L’art de la Simplicite (The Art of Simplicity) by Dominique Loreau, here’s what she has to say on how to care for our bodies: ” Taking care of your body means setting it free. Many women spend time, energy and…

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LIVING SIMPLY | SIMPLE MONDAY #1: PRACTISE PERFECTION

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        As I was searching my bookstore for new books, I was lucky enough to come across this gem of a book: L’ART DE LA SIMPLICITE (The art of simplicity) by Dominique Loreau, a book full of advice on living simply and full of joy. It was published in 2011 in French and now it is translated…

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7.12.2016 – An Hercule Poirot’s Christmas Day…

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Good morning my friends and welcome to our Blogmas 2016! The month of December is such an exciting month, don’t you agree? Everything is a little brighter, cozier, just more sparkly… December 7th was my son’s 11th birthday!!!!!! I baked him a cake, a Maltesers Chocolate Cake from Nigella Lawson’s Feast: Food to Celebrate Life  which i then decorated with Maltesers and…

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4.12.2016 – A Murder She Wrote Day

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  Good morning my friends and welcome to day 3 & 4 of our Christmas adventures! Saturday and Sunday were lazy days. Basically i spent the weekend  setting up my blog which, as you can see, is in a pretty basic state right now. But I am working on it! To be honest, this whole process really makes me giddy…

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1.12.2016 – A Hundred Summers Day

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  Hello my beautiful friends and welcome to my first two days of Blogmas 2016! These are our family Christmas adventures through the month of December! Hope you enjoy! December 1 Good morning! It’s 07.30′ in the morning. It is the first of December and as we are climbing down the stairs, the first thing the kids notice is the lit-up…

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A Caribbean Mystery by Agatha Christie

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    A Miss Marple Mystery “An exquisitely smooth technique that is uniquely Christie’s”  -New York Times     So, my lovely friends… “Would you like to see a picture of a murderer?”    “As Jane Marple sat basking in the tropical sunshine she felt mildly discontented with life. True, the warmth eased her rheumatism, but here in paradise nothing…

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The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

          “The Nightingale” was a magnificent but a very difficult emotionally book. It is a book about the Second World War. It is a book about the women’s war as fought by the wives, mothers and women left behind when their men left. But it is mostly a book about the choices that we make when we…

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