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 Woman quit university to start $4m acai bowl business 18 Jun 11:25pm Woman quit university to start $4m acai bowl business
Daily Mail
Sarah Miller, 23, dropped out of university in Brisbane, when she came up with her business idea. After four years, her acai bowls business is worth $4.4 million. She spoke to FEMAIL about her story.
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 Get fit in JUST 15 minutes: Keep muscles strong 18 Jun 11:07pm Get fit in JUST 15 minutes: Keep muscles strong
Daily Mail
As we age our skin tends to lose elasticity and muscles lose strength and bulk. This can cause droopy skin, especially around the knees — unless you keep muscles strong.
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 Emily Sunderland Sutter on creating teething jewellery 18 Jun 9:58pm Emily Sunderland Sutter on creating teething jewellery
Daily Mail
Mumpreneur Emily Sunderland Sutter, 34, is the founder of teething jewellery company Nibbling. She lives in London with her husband Stefano, 44, and their children.
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 Gill Hornby suggests the best books for summer 18 Jun 9:58pm Gill Hornby suggests the best books for summer
Daily Mail
We’ve been blessed with some glorious days already, but that’s because half-term is over and children are being corralled into classrooms, unable to turn their faces towards the light.
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 Six baby boomers prove how you can explode myth of ageing 18 Jun 9:58pm Six baby boomers prove how you can explode myth of ageing
Daily Mail
The baby boomers have always been rule breakers. Born in peacetime, with the freedom to enjoy the Sixties’ summer of love, they’re now completely redefining ‘old age’.
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 Burns survivor Dana Vulin reflects 5 years after attack 18 Jun 9:26pm Burns survivor Dana Vulin reflects 5 years after attack
Daily Mail
Dana Vulin, 30, was set on fire by Natalie Dimitrovska in February 2012 and suffered third-degree burns to 65 per cent of her body. Dana underwent more than 200 procedures and had to wear a compression mask.
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 How your diet can help with hay fever 18 Jun 9:10pm How your diet can help with hay fever
Daily Mail
Hay fever season is back with a vengeance — and this summer is predicted to be particularly bad. But before you start stockpiling antihistamines, it might be worth looking at your diet.
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 Traumatised guests shared their most #insaneweddingmoments 18 Jun 7:10pm Updated Traumatised guests shared their most #insaneweddingmoments
Daily Mail
Virgin Radio presenter Jamie East asked Twitter users to share their most 'insane' tales of wedding woe, from mass brawls to elderly relatives having one too many glasses of bubbly.
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 Make this the week you... BBQ like a pro 18 Jun 6:05pm Make this the week you... BBQ like a pro
Daily Mail
When having a BBQ, keep everything moist and well-seasoned. Try putting an ice cube on top of your burger, cook your fish over sliced lemon, or spray your pork sausage with apple juice.
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18 Jun 5:30pm Cheers to a sniffle free summe
Daily Mail
Hay fever season is back with a vengeance — and this summer is predicted to be particularly bad. But before you start stockpiling antihistamines, it might be worth looking at your diet.
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 Mother who sold dresses on FACEBOOK is now millionaire 18 Jun 2:10pm Updated Mother who sold dresses on FACEBOOK is now millionaire
Daily Mail
Victoria Molyneux, 28, from Cheshire, was working in a call centre when she launched her own e-boutique Want That Trend in April 2015 - five months after giving birth to daughter Isabella.
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 British Medical Journal reveal different portion sizes 18 Jun 12:47pm British Medical Journal reveal different portion sizes
Daily Mail
A study by the British Medical Journal found that people rely on sight to portion food, which can add up to 300 extra calories a day. But new images reveal exactly how much to eat.
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 Reddit users reveal creepiest unexplained experiences 18 Jun 12:43pm Reddit users reveal creepiest unexplained experiences
Daily Mail
Reddit users have shared their creepiest unexplained experiences in a new thread online with many of them of a paranormal nature.
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 Images reveal different portion sizes 18 Jun 9:13am Updated Images reveal different portion sizes
Daily Mail
A study by the British Medical Journal found that people rely on sight to portion food, which can add up to 300 extra calories a day. But new images reveal exactly how much to eat.
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 Mother makes hilarious T-shirt for her boyfriend to wear 18 Jun 5:50am Mother makes hilarious T-shirt for her boyfriend to wear
Daily Mail
Korie Heyward, 18, from Withywood, Bristol, designed the hilarious garment for her boyfriend, Jake Tolliver, 22, ahead of his boys' holiday to Malia at the end of the month.
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 Cooks share hilarious photos of their barbecue fails 18 Jun 5:19am Cooks share hilarious photos of their barbecue fails
Daily Mail
These cooks should've ordered a takeaway after failing to cook dinner outdoors. They shared pictures of their disastrous grilling attempts online, including several who set their appliances on fire.
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 Mills & Boon herald the rise of the Hot Single Dads 18 Jun 4:15am Mills & Boon herald the rise of the Hot Single Dads
Daily Mail
Mills&Boon first spotted the trend earlier this year and say books about 'hot daddies' are not only setting pulses racing among romantic fiction fans, they're also flying off the shelves.
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 People reveal their creepiest unexplained experiences 18 Jun 3:48am People reveal their creepiest unexplained experiences
Daily Mail
Reddit users have shared their creepiest unexplained experiences in a new thread online with many of them of a paranormal nature.
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 The DIY beauty trends that are HARMING your skin  18 Jun 3:33am Updated The DIY beauty trends that are HARMING your skin 
Daily Mail
Here, FEMAIL looks at Australian Skin Clinics ' list of beauty blunders being made in the DIY arena - from charcoal masks and lip plumpers to sugar waxing.
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Festival fashion tips 2017: bumbags, gorpcore – and Corbyn T-shirts 18 Jun 2:59am Festival fashion tips 2017: bumbags, gorpcore – and Corbyn T-shirts
The Guardian
With only days until Glastonbury begins, this year’s trend is for practical clothes with a hint of progressive politics Here comes the summer of … gorpcore. Every so often a trend comes along that changes everything and this year Glastonbury may well be the place to showcase fashion’s latest look. Gorpcore is all about outerwear and camping gear – practical, technical clothing in khaki, navy and black. It’s boring, and this season it’s bang on trend: think North Face waterproofs, Teva sandals, Stone Island waterproofs, Patagonia fleeces and CP Company T-shirts. Forget Barbour jackets. At Glastonbury 2017 it’s all about
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 The question you need to ask yourself to be more organised 18 Jun 2:19am The question you need to ask yourself to be more organised
Daily Mail
Tom Griffiths is an Australian cognitive scientist and an expert in the connections between human and machines. He has come up with a way to help people be more organised in their lives.
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Bronzers come out of the shadows 18 Jun 1:00am Bronzers come out of the shadows
The Guardian
Long before we’d heard of contouring, bronzers were make-up’s unsung heroes Bronzers are the forgotten heroes of the dusty make-up bag, their many brilliances now overshadowed by the distraction of contouring. Apply delicately for a radiant glow, or buff on to the bits of your face where the sun falls to fake the effects of an afternoon bunking off work and drinking spiked lemonade under a tree. Some of them even leave you with a tan after you’ve washed it off. Imagine!
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