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Thinking on my feet in Sri Lanka

Saga Volunteer Jean Warwick (right) in Sri Lanka  

11 April 2014

Jean Warwick’s trip to the Thalwilla Wella School in Sri Lanka may have been filled with highs and lows – but the Saga Volunteer maintains that this learning experience was among her most humbling...

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Simon Bohrsmann's Gap Year - Myanmar Days Part One

Myanmar Days  

15 October 2014

Follow Simon Bohrsmann’s Gap Year as he travels to Myanmar in Southeast Asia. Read the first instalment now...

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Money morals

The five reasons people give for not making a will

Have you made a will? If not, what are you waiting for?  

14 October 2013

'Make a will week' falls this year between October 21 and 25. It is to be hoped that most Saga readers will already have made a will – but even if you have, don’t stop reading unless you made it within the last year or two and your circumstances have not changed.

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Days and nights out

What to see in London: The Lion King

The Lion King  

10 October 2014

The Lion King has been delighting audiences of all ages at the Lyceum Theatre for 15 years and is still an extraordinary production of musical and visual brilliance

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Visiting Mabel

Aftermath (3): Mountain bird

Mabel  

11 July 2014

So many of you have been touched over the past few years by Duncan McLaren's moving, warm and tender blog, 'Visiting Mabel', about his mother, who died earlier this year.

Here is Duncan's final blog for Saga. We thank Duncan for sharing his story with us, and thank you, our readers, for all your kind words and messages of support.

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The Diet Challenge

A diet revolution or evolution?

Judith Wills  

17 January 2014

Are you doing the 5:2 or ditching sugar? Diet blogger Judith Wills takes a look at the roots of some of the more popular diets.

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Judith Wills' diet and wellbeing blog

No kitchen, no dining, no wonder we're fat

Judith Wills  

07 February 2014

Now it is quite true that in order to lose weight – whatever you may hear to the contrary - restraint in eating habits is pretty much mandatory, writes Judith Wills.

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