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What to write on a sympathy card?

Despite our deepest sympathies and our heartfelt desire to comfort and support those in need when life is lost, finding the right words to say is a challenge in itself. A well-written sympathy card can ​​go a long way…

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What to write in a birthday card

Even though birthdays come around every year, it can still be hard to know just what to say to make the birthday person feel special. You want to send a personal message to let them know you care, but…

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The Only Way To Preserve Your Roses

There’s a reason Seal compared his lover to a kiss from a rose. When roses are in bloom, they light up the room, and we’re going to teach you how to keep your cut roses at their peak for…

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Apologising With Flowers

How To Apologise With Flowers We’re not here to judge or ponder the context behind your actions. We just want to help you with your apology the best way we know how: flowers! From the sweetest expression of affection…

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Top 5 Things To Do during the Melbourne Lockdown

Have you streamed so many series and movie marathons during the Melbourne lockdown that you’re mixing up all the characters and stories? And does the idea of baking bread and playing board games make you want to take a…

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Discover the magic of a Butterfly Garden

What are the most beautiful and delicate creatures on Earth? If you answered BUTTERFLIES without thinking twice, you’ve come to the right place! The best way to observe these colourful insects and to live in perfect harmony with them…

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Build your very own Bee Hotel

Bee hotels, also known as bee nests or bee houses are small structures designed to attract native solitary bees. Most people think that all bees live in hives, when in fact, this only applies to honey bees. In fact,…

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How People Around the World Welcome Newborns

Welcoming a newborn is a momentous occasion the world over and is that quintessential ‘human thing’ we do. It is that joy shared with family and friends that is universal and in many ways transcends faith, culture, and borders.…