FREE Postage at Mama jewels and 20% off at Essensuals Toni and Guy Nottingham Back to top

Today is supposed to be the most miserable day of the year, so to cheer you up this fine Blue Monday we are bringing you two great little offers to help you feel a little better!

FREE postage at Mama Jewels until Friday 25th January and 20% off at Essensuals in Nottingham courtesy of our lovely friend Heidi!

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Guest designer Jodie Cresswell creates Whimsical 'Central Pier' for Mama Jewels Back to top

Introducing our guest designer Jodie Cresswell Waring owner of Bethink Arts
who has created our guest design on baby-proof jewellery for January 2013

One of our ambitions this year is to introduce some fresh blood into the design of our jewellery and we are aiming to bring one guest designer to you each month with a creation of their choosing.

Their brief was to create a baby proof peice of jewellery with all the qualities (strength tested.washable.non-toxic) that Mama Jewels offers to their customers but for them to create it to their taste and design a peice of jewellery that they would love to wear them selves.

The Mama Jewels team would then take their design and create the real thing.

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NEW YEAR Challenge: Join us for 15 minutes a day of activity; add 3 years to your life, look and feel better too! Back to top

Mince Pies, too much wine, chocolates and watching movies over the Christmas break has no doubt taken it’s toll on your waistline and your motivation. We all know that our bodies feel better after activity and fresh air, but fitting it into the hustle and bustle of everyday day life, particualrly if you have children means that excercise can drop to the bottom of the pile!

If your busy schedule doesn’t allow for the recommended 30 minutes of daily exercise, a large study from Taiwan should make you feel better. The 13-year study tracked 416,000 participants and found that just 15 minutes of moderate exercise increased their life expectancy by three years, compared to those who didn’t exercise. Daily workouts lower the incidence of cancer, and therefore lower the risk of cancer-related deaths.

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