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What Does Your Eye Colour Say About Your Personality?

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“The eyes are the window to the soul.”

I have Chocolate brown eyes.. What about you??

We couldn’t agree more. Everything lies in the eyes. The world around us is a mobile photograph of what our eyes see, and technically speaking, half of the things we speak, feel, do and perceive, are first reflected in them. After all, they’re the closest to our mind.

Now here’s the interesting part. Recent studies suggest that our eyes can tell quite a lot about our personality. Scientists at Obero University conducted a small research on a bunch of 428 odd people to come to the conclusion that our eyes really are the window to our soul. Dr Anthony Fallone of Edinburgh University also found similar results. Hence, we decided to give you guys a look into yourself just by going with the colour of your eyes. Find out here:

Dark Brown/Black

Source: duocthienphuc

Pure black…

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Cranberry Walnut and Buttermilk Muffins

Simply Made Kitchen and Crafts

After an enjoyable St. Patrick’s Day holiday, I am often faced with a bit of leftover buttermilk as it is one of the main ingredients in my Irish Sconesand Irish Bread recipes.This year was no different. Over the last few days, every time I open the fridge, I notice a half-filled jug of buttermilk that will need to be used before it expires.

As spring is just around the corner, I decide to make one of my favorite muffin recipes. This recipe is moist and flavorful due to the addition of buttermilk. The sweet taste of cranberries and walnuts combined with the buttermilk and orange juice concentrate make for a fresh start to the day. Substituting yogurt or sour cream is definitely an option if you don’t have buttermilk on hand. Remember, you can always add an acidic ingredient like vinegar or lemon juice to regular milk in order…

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Mehendi III

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This mehendi i kept it on pongal …but took long time to post 😊

Hope you like this 😊 you can check my previous mehendis from these links:Mehendi II,Mehendi I

Few things you need to know to have a better Henna experience.

1. There is a plant called Henna (Lawsonia inermis- scientific name) . Use real henna paste that is made by using dried and crushed leaves / grind paste of green leaves of the henna plant (fresh henna). Readmade cones available usually have chemicals, dyes and preservatives to make them last longer. These might be harmful to the skin.

2. Fresh henna paste is perfectly safe and even beneficial to skin and hair.

3. Organic henna paste is greenish-black. It darkens as it dries and flakes off to reveal a bright orange hue.

4. Try to keep it unwashed overnight for best contrast.

5. The amount…

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Review: The Night Brother by Rosie Garland

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For those that remember, I won a proof copy of this book in a twitter competition by The Borough Press publishers.  The Night Brother is a wonderful historical fiction novel with an amazing and intriguing twist.  It’s release date is 1st June 2017.  I’d recommend pre-ordering your copy now, it’s an amazing book, here is my review.

In the 1890s in Manchester, Young siblings Edie and her brother Gnome sneak out to spend a wonderful night having fun and watching fireworks. As the pair grow up, though, Gnome enjoys the night and his antics cause trouble so Edie tries to distance herself.  But how far away can she really get from someone who knows her better than she knows herself?

This is such an amazing book I couldn’t put it down! From the moment I read the first page I was hooked. The Night Brother is an historical fiction novel but…

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Blog Tour – ‘The Gingerbread House’ by Kate Beaufoy

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I am absolutely thrilled to be starting off this blog tour.  ‘The Gingerbread House’ is being published on the 2nd March by Black & White Publishing.  I was very kindly sent a copy to review which you can read soon.  First up though, a guest post by Kate Beaufoy herself.

An Introduction to The Gingerbread House

The Gingerbread House tells the story of Tess and Katia, a mother and daughter who move into a pretty bungalow in a remote country setting to care for Eleanor, Tess’s aged mother-in-law. Tess is trying to write a book, so a distraction-free zone is what she wants. Katia, however, finds the house eerie and claustrophobic; in order to escape its confines she retreats to her childhood treehouse and spends hours talking to an imaginary friend, telling herself stories, and spying on Toby, the fit young gardener.

Initially, Tess and Katia imagine that caring for…

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