Get Set for Back To School…Uni….Normality!

 

We know, we know, when you’re a kid all those ‘Back to School’ signs in shops would always put a dampener on your ‘woohoooo we’re free for the summer’ moods – especially when you’d see them barely a week into your summer holidays! But with term time approaching (although some have already gone back) we thought it was safe to roll out a few ‘Back to School’ bits and bobs to help make getting back to into the learning groove more fun! We’ve got some cool things for students of all ages, whether you’re going back to school or off to University! Oh and we’ve also included a few things for parents sighing in relief at getting back to normality!

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Get excited for National Burger Day!

Today is not just any old Thursday! Today is National Burger Day. A whole day dedicated to succulent, juicy burgers topped with the works – crispy bacon, oozing melted cheese, fried onions, mushrooms and fresh tomato…. Sorry, got a bit side tracked there, you get the drift.National Burger Day 2013

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International Fairy Day

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Black Cat Appreciation Day

Blackcatappreciationday If you’ve not heard of this day before then you’re not alone. We’ve only recently discovered Black Cat Appreciation day and being the animal lovers that we are here at FMAG HQ we felt the need to back the notion of this day.
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Our Top 5 Places For Afternoon Tea!

The quintessence of ‘Britishness'; afternoon tea is a tip top, spit spot way to while away a few spare hours. And if there’s champagne on the menu, even spiffier!

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Saving our Bees

Bees have been buzzing around the news recently, for a couple of different reasons! Firstly there are now links between a significant decline in honeybee colonies and the change in foraging behaviour of the honeybees, brought on by some sort of environmental stress such as pesticides or parasite attacks. When a colony of honeybees are put under stress they react by sending the younger bees out to forage for food while the older bees stay put, these younger bees are much more likely to die prematurely than bees sent at when they are older to forage for food. The losses of these younger bees affects the colonies numbers drastically and if the hive isn’t large enough to withstand these losses the whole colony can collapse! The exact cause of the decline is not totally clear at the moment but it could affect our wild bees as well as other pollinating insects. This is why we must all do our bit towards saving our bees whilst the scientists work out exactly what is going on and why!
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Proud of our very British problems

Here at Find Me A Gift we thoroughly enjoy taking the mick out of ourselves and fellow co-workers for our very British problems, so today to celebrate the TV show “Very British Problems” which airs tonight,we have listed some of our favourites for you all to relate to and have a jolly good chuckle at. As Brits we have our quirks and issues – that we value as very important, which other nationalities do not understand and will even laugh at us for, but these problems are what make us British and we are a rather proud nation of some would say – oddballs! However, the fact that we can admit them and poke fun at ourselves makes us a bunch of good sports!

Enjoy and and let us know of any more you come across regularly!

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