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Masonic Clock

Masonic gifts for the discerning Freemason

I’ve been busy creating masonic gifts lately and I thought I should probably share the on my website. I mean it makes sense right? I have been gently reprimanded by a friendly freemason that said I should make them easier to find. Well, this is what this post is about. I’ve put all the masonic…
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2021 Diaries Designed by Ceri Clark: Time to get organized!

This post all about my 2021 diaries. More diaries, more choice… I’m writing this post in November but I’ve already got the Christmas tree up. I’ve been thinking about the new year for a while as I’ve been uploading my 2021 diaries to Amazon. For next year I’ve gone all out and tried to cater…
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2020-2021 Ceri Clark Diaries

Ceri Clark Diaries for 2020-2021 – See the latest collection

The 2020-2021 collection of Ceri Clark diaries has been on Amazon for a while now but because of Covid and other problems this website wasn’t updated as quickly as it should have been. Still it’s now September, the schools are open and it’s time to add all the relevant diaries to the site. Lots of…
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Welsh Diaries added to Amazon

Welsh diaries added to Welsh language selection

Growing up in a small Welsh village in the heart of Wales, I am fond of the Welsh language and feel I should grow the Welsh language books available on my site. I have created a selection of diaries in Welsh which are now available on Amazon for the academic year 2020-2021 and the calendar…
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A Simpler Guide to Gmail – the fifth Edition

2020 has been a strange year. It’s taken a while but I’m updating my website again and what better way to add to the site and put all the books I’ve made in 2020 on it! I published a Simpler Guide to Gmail in January this year but I’ve only just realised I didn’t put it…
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Simple Steps That Take You from Cluttered to Clean

Decluttering can seem a daunting chore, but having a clean home in the end is worth it. Here are some simple, helpful tips that can take you from cluttered to clean in no time. Get Rid of Junk Getting rid of junk and things you no longer have a need or use for will go…
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Effective Cleaners Based on Pantry Staples

You might be surprised to learn that there are many effective natural cleaning products, many of which can be found in your own pantry! Whether you’re in a pinch and need an effective cleaner but can’t get to the store to buy one, or you are simply interested in natural cleaning products, keep reading to…
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How to Get More Involved in Community Aid Projects

It is admirable that you want to get involved in community aid—but where do you start? There are several things you can do in order to start an aid network for those in your community, including, but not limited to, connecting with a network of others, gathering resources, and identifying the most pressing needs to…
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Why You Should Consider Starting a Garden

Growing your fruits and veggies is an awesome way to put food on the table. There is nothing more nutritious and delicious than eating food that is freshly picked from your backyard. Not only is it a fun activity to partake in, but it’s also a rewarding one. Consider starting a garden with these helpful…
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Why You Might Be Having A Hard Time Learning New Skills

Whether you are trying to navigate PhotoShop or trying a hand at public speaking, learning a new skill is not only a great addition to your resume, but it can also be both therapeutic and confidence-boosting. However, that doesn’t mean that learning new skills can’t be tricky. Here are three things you can do to…
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3 Responsibilities Your Children Can Take on When Getting a Puppy

“Please, Mum? Can we get a puppy? Everyone I know has one.” As a parent, you’ve probably heard this at least once from your children. Many children want a puppy, as they can be a lively addition to the household, and a great companion. However, puppies can also cause a great hassle for adults. That…
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Home Sweet Home: What to Keep in Mind When Building Your Family Home

You’ve finally saved up for that custom-built dream home. This is an important step in your life. Your dreams are literally going to be coming true. You’ll be spending a lot of money on this project, so you want to get it done right. So, before you break ground on your new home, there are…
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How to Make Your Social Distancing Time More Comfortable

With unprecedented precautions in place all over the world, the idea of staying indoors for a long period of time, whether for the public health or for personal safety, can seem daunting, especially for people who thrive on social interaction. This new practice, currently defined as “social distancing,” may be unnerving to fathom, but there…
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How Can You Help a Child Through a Mental Health Crisis

It’s not just adults who need help managing mental health. A child can also have a mental health crisis, and you will need to be there to help them get through it. Here are a few ways to help your child if he is struggling. Don’t Leave Them Alone Even if your child says he…
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What to Know About Road Tripping With Pets

Family road trips, while often amusing and memorable, can exhaust the attention span of the most patient travelers. Some animals are afraid of traveling in a car, while some are a bit too excited. We’ve gathered a few tips that’ll help you and your pet enjoy the open road. Pack for Your Pets You’ve prepared…
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How to Stay Organized During a Big Move

Moving is one of the most stressful processes that most people will experience in their lifetime. Fortunately, there are some simple steps you can take to make the process a little less stressful. Create a Plan There is a lot to keep track of during a big move, and it can be hard to remember…
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What Are the Secrets to a Long Life?

If we’re lucky enough to grow old, it’s important to do it well. Healthy ageing includes exercise of the body, spirit and mind. We need to continue to increase our physical strength and flexibility, our empathy and compassion and our knowledge base. Risk Management Poor behavioural choices can lead to poor health. From our selection…
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How to Take the Natural Approach to Heating Your House This Winter

Keeping your home nice and toasty during winter months can seem like an expensive endeavor. However, there are small things that you can do to improve the heating in your home during the winter. These alterations may require a bit of DIY, but it is possible. Something as simple as maintaining your furnace and HVAC…
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At-home Workout Tips for Beginners

For many people, the hardest part of establishing a regular exercise routine is finding a convenient place to do it. Because nothing is more convenient than your own home, your house makes a great place to fire up your exercise plan. Here are three workout tips for beginners looking to get into shape at home.…
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How to Select Your Next Family Car

Is the car you use to transport your family falling apart? Now that it’s time to buy your next family car, you want to choose well so that you have dependable transportation—after all, your children’s safety is at stake. It’s also important to factor in price and your family’s specific needs. Here are a few…
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