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7 romantic customs from around the world

Valentine’s Day is upon us once again. The time to show the people we love how much they mean to us by gifting little wafer biscuits, flower assortments, pasta portraits (sorry Silvia) or other gestures of looooove. That’s not to say that February 14th is the only day to say…

Fantastic Friendships to Celebrate This Galentine’s Day

As February rolls on, there’s one thing on everyone’s minds: Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re happily coupled off or single-and-ready-to-mingle, February 14th is the one date in the year that either fills you with excitement, or with dread. This year, though, we’re adding new date to the calendar for all our…

New Year’s all over the map

Following on from my recent very serious research into Christmas dinner around the world, I volunteered to take on another assignment and investigate different countries traditions for welcoming in the New Year. Never let it be said that I’m afraid to take on the tough jobs… I don’t know about…

Supporting WellChild this Christmas

We’re incredibly proud to be working with WellChild again this Christmas, helping raise funds to support their work. Our mission at The Book of Everyone is to make the world a little bit more human. We’re trying to do that one personalised book at a time.   So this Christmas,…

Christmas dinner around the world

It doesn’t matter where you’re from or where you live now, if you celebrate Christmas then food is bound to play a big part in the festivities. When I was growing up the highlight of Christmas dinner wasn’t the turkey, the trimmings, or my nan’s mince pies (although they were,…

Supporting Battersea with Wise(ish) Words

We’re extremely chuffed to announce The Book of Everyone’s partnership with Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, one of the UK’s most cherished charities. The Book of Everyone will give £5 from every one of our new Wise(ish) Words for Dog Lovers or Wise(ish) Words for Cat Lovers books sold in…

7 things you didn’t know about pumpkins

They’re everywhere. There’s no escape. They’ve surrounded me. Gormless, fierce and angry carved orange faces in every corner of my town. Somebody do something! Of course, I’m talking about pumpkins. We decided to look into some facts about the popular autumnal food as well as some ridiculous things people have…

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