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We’ve all heard of love at first sight, writes Ellen Widdup.
I left London and moved up north at age 18, writes columnist Ellen Widdup.
Getting my ears pierced was a teenage rite of passage, writes mum-of-three Ellen Widdup.
I am awfully sceptical of anyone or anything purporting to have magic powers, writes mother-of-three Ellen Widdup.
I said something awful to my daughter last week in the midst of one of our regular trivial spats – bedtime, her messy room, the fact that she rarely brushes her hair, writes Ellen Widdup.
“My philosophy is that we are all still kids at heart, only older. It is important to stay curious about new things and have fun! We don’t stop laughing when we die; we die when we stop laughing!” says Dr. Hilary Jones.
Coleen Rooney’s done it. So has Alicia Silverstone and Kim Kardashian.
I have been clearing out my over-stuffed, mucky old drawers, writes Lynne Mortimer.
It was all about balloons and pumpkins (not me) as my beautiful daughter prepared for her wedding, writes Lynne Mortimer.
There are, as I am fond of saying, always new experiences to savour, however old we are, writes Lynne Mortimer.
I almost had what can only be described as a Claudia Winkleman moment at the end of last week, writes Sheena Grant.
Smells have an extraordinary power to trigger evocative memories, transporting us back to the past in a fraction of a second, writes Sheena Grant.
It’s one of life’s little cruelties that we always seem to notice things around us at a time when they’re likely to cause us maximum hurt or annoyance, writes Sheena Grant.
There’s a sweet poignancy about early autumn as the warmth of summer begins to fade and the nights pull in, writes Sheena Grant.
Bury St Edmunds
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