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Father's Day Giveaway | 02

It's time for the second Father's Day giveaway! Today's giveaway has two wonderful products : Men-u Travel Kit and Ion8 Lea...

Father's Day Giveaway

It's time for the second Father's Day giveaway! Today's giveaway has two wonderful products : Men-u Travel Kit and Ion8 Leak Proof Water Bottle. Read on for more information about the products and then enter for your chance to win both the products!

Enter the first giveaway here!

Men-u Travel Kit

Men-u Travel Kit, £34.95


A Travel Kit that has all the essentials to keep you well groomed while travelling. Included in the box are : Daily Refresh Shampoo 100ml, Citrus & Mint Shower Gel 100ml, Shave Crème buddy tube 15ml, Healthy Facial Wash buddy tube 15ml and Matt ‘Skin Refresh’ Gel buddy tube 15ml. All of this comes packaged in a lovely toiletry bag.

A little info about the products included in the kit - the Daily Refresh Shampoo gently cleanses and refreshes, adding moisture to the hair whilst the Citrus & Mint Shower Gel includes moisturisers to help the skin from drying & a fresh fragrance to give you a lift. The skin refresher set is the ultimate, ultra concentrate toolkit for healthy skin.

More at www.men-u.com

Ion8 Leak Proof Water Bottle


Ion8 Leak Proof Water Bottle (500ml), £10.99


This 100% leak proof 500ml bottle is perfect for the car, office or for general use on the go. With an easy open slim design and a soft-touch 'frosted' textured grip, the water bottle is made from BPA free, phthalate free, non-toxic TRITAN. The bottle is versatile - suitable for hot or cold drinks - is odour resistant, easy to hand wash and fits all cup holders. A good gift for the travel/outdoor loving dad.

More at www.leakproof.co.uk

Enter the giveaway

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59 comments

  1. Never trust someone who doesn't look you in the eyes when speaking to you and it really is great advice!

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  2. my dad always said to me finish one thing before you start another.

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  3. Have fun and make as many memories as you can!

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  4. My Dad always said, 'Think before you act.' Though the way he phrased it was, 'Ask yourself if you would want your children to find out about this in the future.'

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  5. Remember. Just beyond the clouds, the sun is always shining

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  6. My dad says if you have to ask fir it, you don’t deserve it ....but i’m still hoping

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  7. Dont smoke

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  8. Listen ! You'll hear so much more

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  9. Your no going out wearing that!

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  10. Never be afraid to show you emotions - it shows you have a good heart.

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  11. You need to start eating healthier

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  12. Be careful with your money and always put some aside for emergences or a rainy day.

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  13. Look after the pennies and the pounds look after themselves.

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  14. my dad told me to never lend or borrow things as it only causes problems,he was right

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  15. To be yourself ad to be respectful of others

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  16. Many a mickle makes a muckle

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  17. The best advice my dad gave me was to be yourself.

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  18. Christine Shelley7 June 2019 at 09:40

    Never a borrower be

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  19. Mistakes can always be fixed and always go and ask him for help if I need it.

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  20. Just take each day as it comes

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  21. Nothing lasts forever, enjoy every moment

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  22. Keep your chin up and come out fighting

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  23. never lend or borrow from a friend and you will keep them always

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  24. Dont start smoking it will stunt your growth

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  25. Keep track of your finances and try to avoid getting into debt.

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  26. To always look at the positive side of things ☺️

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  27. Water Bottles have improved tremendously over the years. I remember when they has an unpleasant taste of plastic. Essential kit for Endurance Riding.

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  28. believe in yourself

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  29. Look out for the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves, alas I didnt take enough notice of this very important advice

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  30. No matter how skint you are, always try to save something!

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  31. enjoy each day as if its your last!

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  32. My Dad has never given me any advice. We don't really speak & haven't for over 30 years.

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  33. Always get the things you don't want to do first.

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  34. People are rarely what they seem - there's always a hidden side to their personality x

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  35. Not to spend more than I earn.

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  36. WOuld love to win this prize xx

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  37. work hard and believe in yourself

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  38. The Best advice my Dad ever gave me is that I can do whatever I dream of but just make sure you have something to fall back on if need be.

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  39. Best advice was be polite and help others in difficulty

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  40. My dad always said to take everyday as it comes, no need to stress out about things that are out of your control.

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  41. as long as you try your best, it doesn't matter if you fail

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  42. Just make a decision. Whatever decision you make, you can make a new one if it doesn't work out, but by not making a decision, you are still making one.

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  43. Look after the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves!

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  44. Don’t smoke and ‘plough your own field’. Brilliant advice on both counts.

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  45. All things in moderation.

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  46. Always have some money saved up and put aside for emergencies

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  47. To not every trust anyone 100%.

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  48. Always treat people how you would want to be treated by somebody

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  49. Never trust a woman with a round neck

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  50. "Don't just rely on a pension for your old age. Start saving now " I was single, 21 and about to start my first teaching job. I took his advice and have saved every month since. Now retired I live comfortably and still put money away each month but now it is to leave for my grandchildren

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