Time to hit the trails and the competition grounds! Even though it’s a joyful time of year, travelling with your horse may be very stressful. Therefore, whether your horse is an experienced or novice traveller, it is crucial to take safety measures and be ready before packing up and setting out on the road.
Use these eight pieces of advice to transport your horse safely.
To celebrate Burns this 25th January, here’s the recipe for homemade Haggis courtesy of Pipers Farm.
In 1801, on the 5th anniversary of the death of Robert Burns, his friends got together to celebrate his life. Burns immortalised haggis in his most famous poem, so it was the obvious food to serve. This celebration has continued every year on Burns’ birthday, 25 January, ever since. Events are held across the world, where people recite his poetry, sing, drink the finest whisky and – of course – eat haggis.
When it comes to Haggis the biggest myth of all, in a way, is that haggis belongs to Scotland alone. Haggis is actually a very ancient, global dish. Dating back thousands of years, when hunters returned with their kill they would cook-up the parts of the animal that needed to be eaten first. The fresh offal would be chopped and mixed with cereal and herbs and cooked over the fire in the ready-made saucepan (the stomach). The dish originates from the days of the old Scottish cattle drovers.
Grief is a normal response to the loss of a loved one. It is often described as being on an emotional roller-coaster, but for some people, the grieving process can become complicated. Complicated grief is longer-lasting and can interfere with a person’s daily life. Fortunately, there are treatment options available that can help individuals cope with their complicated grief and get back on track. Let’s take a look at what those treatment options are.
Exclusive interviews! The Girl from Tomorrow – The cinematic portrait of a woman who reminds us to fight against the laws imposed by the dominant power of menJan 20 2023
To celebrate World Day of Italian Cinema which coincides with film director Federico Fellini’s birthday (famous for La Dolce Vita), I share my exclusive interviews with the talents behind The Girl from Tomorrow, the cinematic portrait of a woman who reminds us to fight against the laws imposed by the dominant power of men.
The Girl from Tomorrow is an inspiring and motivational Italian film, presented at the last London Film Festival and to be released in cinemas on International Women’s Day 8th March 2023. It’s the story of a woman who had the courage to do something for our tomorrow. The Girl from Tomorrow is the portrait of a woman who reminds us to fight against the laws imposed by the dominant power of men.
Although we all know on an intellectual level that menopause is part and parcel of the ageing process, many of us may feel a certain degree of trepidation as we approach middle age. This is perhaps a natural reaction, particularly when you take into consideration some of the most commonly known symptoms of this transition period – such as hot flushes, aches and pains, and fatigue.
But what about some of the more severe effects of menopause? If you are experiencing them for yourself or are worried about experiencing them and want to discover ways to deal with these symptoms, then read on. You will discover how to manage these unpleasant effects daily, and learn what treatments are available to reduce the discomfort they can cause.
Show review: We Didn’t Come to Hell for the Croissants at Riverside Studios 17 January to 4 February 2023Jan 19 2023