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Weekend Read

Secrets revealed from red ripped piece of paper

So as I welcome you to another Weekend Read, I am a little bit excited about a new launch. I’m actually talking about Cadbury’s Orange Twirl, which is being resurrected after last year’s unprecedented demand for this Limited Edition bar of wonderment. I have a friend who was on a mission to track one down. He couldn’t. We live in hope. And that’s the thing really, we live in hope of all good things chocolate included, (in moderation) because that’s the most important thing right now, together, of course, with our health and humour which I hope we can uphold together.  And I know that’s a tough call.

Throughout the past six months, my modus operandi has been very clear.  Everything has changed and we have needed to embrace that change in the best way we could.  For me, it has to be about communication, and it’s all about the written word.  On words, I have always believed that words can heal in differing ways, which is probably one of the things I care most about.  I will end this Weekend Read with some pretty strong words, because they need to be written and they need to be said.  But before that, let’s delve into some of the products which I hope make a positive difference.  And that’s the mission too.  It always has been. Read More…

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Stacked chairs with cloud against coral color background. Minimal success concept background.

And suddenly it’s September. As we step into the Autumn months, we embrace all that it brings with hope and a pragmatic acceptance of who and what we are in this ever-changing world.  It is my favourite season of the year. We are through the heat of the Summer and I welcome the cooler days and nights. If we are talking health, then this is where, under normal circumstances, I would start writing about protecting our immunity. Except I’ve been writing about it for most of the year and I will continue to do so because of its importance.

But before we go any further, there are other things I would like to talk about. Such as Saturday mornings.  Will I ever go out on a Saturday morning again.  Extremely doubtful.  It is at this point that I would like to thank each of you who send emails, not only about products, but about all the other mad things I write about too. You see, there has to be a balance in life and laughing together is a great balance. Not least discussing Selling Sunset with you, which is how I spent most of last Saturday. It is the zeitgeist.  And it rather amused me to read an article about Sunset in The Times last Saturday too. I’m still laughing.  And, it needs to be said, waiting for Series Four. Rather impatiently.

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Sunset Boulevard street sign with palm trees in the background

As the weeks progress, one thing is becoming abundantly clear and that is that I feel like I’m writing a soap opera, with a different episode each week.  In some ways I suppose it maps the life and times of each of us as we continue to walk together into the unknown.  I have always thought that life works in mysterious ways and having the trust that I do, I do what I do in each moment because it intuitively feels right.  For each of us.  And that’s all that really matters.  For the now.  And in the end.

Most unfortunately for Shabir, I have several intuitive moments about all things Fulvic. As so many of you know, this started almost ten years ago when I wrote that Fulvic would be one of the single most important ingredients of the decade. I still stand by that statement. And it’s ongoing.  Research and development dictates that there will be other things.  I am not blinded by this fact, the future will bring whatever it brings, but in the here and now, my passionate belief in Fulvic shapes itself into a treat.  As these things do.

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sixties lady singing holding a mike in a spot lights

Can we share something please. Since I began writing weekly, I have thrown my priority on loving and laughing.  Given there are times when all around seems so very dark, I would like to think that for a space of time we can momentarily take ourselves to another reality.  That reality is perhaps the time that we spend with each other as you read (thank you, thank you) these words.  Anyway, in full transparency, you need to know that I sing when I write.  Some of you will have probably guessed that because I often reference certain songs whilst scribing.

Being a child of the sixties, I will tell you that I have been singing ‘I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself’ (Dusty Springfield) which you can sing with me when we get to the Fulvic Acid Nail Cream paragraph. But more than that, I was also the child who stood in front of a full-length mirror, clutching a hairbrush (my substitute microphone) singing ‘Anyone Who Had A Heart’ by Cilla Black.  Actually I’m still singing it.  Without the hairbrush, but in the overall theme of who and what we are. Together. Today.

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weekend read image a lady chopping vegetables with a smile on her table

Hello Saturday and hello to each of you.  This week I find myself between a rock and a hard place.  In these strangest of times we ride the waves as best we can and we try to keep it as real as we can, although heaven knows it’s good to dream.  And as I dream, a dilemma.  To do, or not to do, that is the question.  And I’ve chosen to do.  Let me explain.

It’s a fine line. Do I risk creating another monumental wait list or do I share whilst I can and face the wrath if we go out of stock sooner rather than later.  I share.  And the sharing is all about Hyaluronic Acid Capsules High Strength.  As most of you know HA came back into stock a couple of weeks ago and we had to clear the wait list before I could do this.  But I’m ready now.  And being what it is, this is a Saturday only offer and will end at midnight BST tonight (Saturday 15 August) or whilst stock lasts. Read More…

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vegetable capsule with the vegetable fork

Another week, another Weekend Read and as most you know, because I’ve written it several times, I am an eternal optimist.  From one day to the next, life can change.  In that statement, I am not only referring to the past few months, but for all time.  It is for that reason that I have never done a business plan and I can’t ever imagine doing one.  An email, a phone call or a chance meeting can change everything.  It has always been that way and it’s the way we roll.  Being a heart-led business, I am extraordinarily aware of differing circumstances and it is for that reason that we take our responsibilities very seriously when guiding and helping you through these difficult times as best we can.  With a bit of fun thrown in too.  That bit is non-negotiable.  And so we share:

Since the beginning of the pandemic our main focus has been on our health and immunity.  We do this in many different ways, with many different supplements and because I always use Fulvic Acid Elixir as my base, I like to think that I am concocting ‘Immunity Cocktails’.  Before I write one more word, I have to put the usual caveat in.  There is not a supplement available today that will prevent any of us from contracting Covid-19.  I am of the view that if we strengthen our immune system as best we can, then that’s what we need to do.  I take no chances with our health and wellbeing.

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