Grab a blanket, your fave drink and some snacks and pick a movie. This is Cookie FM’s Monthly Movies from November. Continue reading
Well now, I’ve only gone and published thirteen Killer Fashion Gift Guides for Christmas this year! This final post features a selection of Heavenly Hampers that covers gourmet food, drinks and more. Each one of these hampers is bundled up from an Irish business with Irish brands, to help support our Irish economy during the Christmas season.
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The Killer Fashion Gift Guide posts just keep coming, as the countdown to Christmas is on! Today I want to share with you thirteen gifts ideas for those Techies & Gamers you may be shopping for. These gifts are from Irish businesses and Irish brands too, to continue showing my support to our Irish economy this Christmas.
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It’s becoming very Christmassy on the blog and I’m continuing with today’s Killer Fashion Gift Guides and a dose for those avid Music Lovers. For many, music can be everything from therapy to an escape or a creative outlet, so I’ve selected thirteen gifts from Irish businesses that you can wrap for them to unwrap, and help support our Irish economy too.
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Christmas is coming, slowly but surely and the season of gift guides is in full swing on the blog this year! I do hope you’re finding the others lists helpful for the festive season as I continue the Killer Fashion Gift Guide with thirteen unique gifts for all the foodies in your life. All of these gifts are also from Irish businesses and Irish brands, as I want to support our Irish economy as much as I can and hope you will too.
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The Grinch Who Stole Christmas or Elf? Love Actually or The Holiday? Terry Pratchett’s Going Postal. Harry Potter. The Snowman. All of these remind us of Christmas, therefore it’s a good thing today’s Killer Fashion Gift Guide celebrates all of the Movie Lovers & Series Watchers we know. As with the others this festive season, these are all from Irish businesses to support our Irish economy as much as we can.
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