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Farm Paperblog Pick in Travel

Not The Farm

I have a pet hate of misnamed brands. I've had a go at Jones the Grocer for this. There are others that spring to mind - The Meadows - a region without meadows, Arabian Ranches wit... Read more

Deal with Fear Flying Paperblog Pick in Travel

How To Deal with the Fear of Flying

In 2012, we fly more than ever before. For some folks, an airplane is how they get to work each day. And while most people consider flying to another place as just a long car... Read more

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