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How to make your home baby friendly

02.August 2017

In three minutes flat after your baby has started walking, you have discovered that your entire living room needs a serious reshuffle to make it not just safe for him or her, but also a space where you can rest in peace of mind. Some guidelines of what babies usually dive for when they start crawling and walking might assist you as you re-assemble furniture:

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Six Tips for Peaceful Sleep

19.July 2017

The relief of sleep is something we all enjoy and look forward to, and there is nothing more pleasing than waking up after a full night of blissful rest. But often the worries, stress and anxiety of the day, as well as excessive fatigue, tend to follow us on into bed, causing sleep to elude us teasingly.

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Our Favourite Balconies from around the World

02.July 2017

Living on a sun-kissed island means we all do our fair share of outdoor living. Perhaps there is no better in-between space than the balcony which allows to step out in the wide big world whilst allowing us the security of stepping back in when we want to. Thinking of balconies and properties, we searched around to find some top-notch properties and figured out just why their balconies are ‘to die for’.

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Public holiday looming? – Plan your day ahead to make the most out of it

20.June 2017

It has been highlighted on your calendar for the past months and you cannot wait for that one day off when you can, unlike other weekdays, wake up late, de-stress and take it easy. Superlative indeed! But after it has been gone and done with, are you likely to get the niggling feeling that you somehow missed out on something? Plan what to do on a public holiday in Malta and you won’t end the day with regrets.

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Find out some of the hidden gems around Malta

19.June 2017

There are places around Malta that do not always make it to the front pages of tourist guide books. They belong to lesser known corners. And no, I am not referring to our neighbour’s back garden, although a garden or two do feature in this list. Here is what you could look out for if you want to venture away from the usual haunts.

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Meet an Expert – Feng Shui in your house

11.May 2017

We all have heard about feng shui when it comes to decoration and arrangement of spaces; but what is behind this exotic concept? How does feng shui work? For starters, let’s begin by pronouncing it the right way by saying Fung Shway, which is strange for us Europeans when we read something like Feng Shui. To satisfy further curiosities about feng shui, we talk with Irish expert Nina Kati.

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Maltese Tiles or Moroccan?

10.April 2017

Do you go gaga when you slam your eyes on a clean slate of antique Maltese Tiles? Then you belong to a very specific category of people who have learned to appreciate the beauty of these old-style hand-made traditional tiles which belong to Malta’s architectural and interiors history.

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Valletta: An uprising city in Europe

29.September 2016

I am so proud of being Maltese, if anything, for the simple reason that Valletta is our capital city. If you have never been to Valletta, you may not understand what is so extraordinary about…

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