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The Chronic Chronicles

Ten Tips to Cope with Chronic Illness at Christmas

from The Chronic Chronicles

Twitter: @sparkly_place

A blog about the hopes and frustrations of living with multiple chronic illnesses, as well as general disability/access issues.


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Kiwi Kids Can at Christmas… another way to Support Children in Poverty in Aotea...

from The Forever Years

A blog to encourage the heart of parents and caregivers and raise awareness of child advocacy issues.


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50 Days of Hope: Day 39 : Kneeling in the dirt

from the Hope diaries

Twitter: @Caiobhe

I want to connect with others who are working out the intersections of life and faith, and justice and broken washing machines and children.


The Owl and the Accordion

a very indie christmas: decorator's notebook

from The Owl and the Accordion

Twitter: @OwlandAccordion

Arts, crafts, parenting, activism, ethical living and thrifting.


WeDontEatAnythingWithaFace

Dutch Apple Tart (Appeltaart)

from We Don't Eat Anything With A Face!

Twitter: @facelessfood

A vegetarian family food blog with recipes, reviews, news, chat and other random stuff!


NDCS Campaigns

Christmas fun! – CAMPAIGNS NETWORK SURVEY 2014/15

from NDCS Campaigns

Twitter: @NDCS_UK

The National Deaf Children's Society's Policy and Campaigns Team blogging about our work.


We Go With Him

What a Day

from We Go With Him

Twitter: @autismvox

We Go With Him chronicles our journey caring for, living with and for, and loving our severely autistic teenage son.


Vicky Myers

What to do with empty crisp packets.. 8 recycle crisp packet ideas

from Vicky Myers Creations

Twitter: @vickymcreations

I am a sewer and crafter. I have been experimenting lately with sewing and pattern making focussing on recycled bags.I am interested in the environment, the concept of self-sufficiency and green...


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Our response to Yvette Cooper's announcement on Yarl's Wood detention centre

from Women for Refugee Women Blog

Twitter: @4refugeewomen

Read the stories of women from far and wide in this blog by Natasha Walter. Natasha's a journalist and campaigner who founded Women for Refugee Women to support women seeking asylum in the UK.