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February: Monsoon’s Journal


As we firmly find ourselves in 2022, February is the month of Valentine’s Day, half term, and library appreciation. Embrace it all and more with our top tips for things to do this February, think self-care, Chinese New Year celebrations, and rediscovering your love for the theatre to get you started this month.



This Valentine’s Day we are focusing on self-care with brands we love. Taking time out for yourself with Moonchild and Yogi Bare to practise yoga, or having a low soak in the bath with bath salts from Palm of Feronia, you can discover all the me-time products you need. Valentine’s Day isn’t the only one this month where you can show yourself some kindness, with Random Act of Kindness Day being 17th February – find a gift for yourself or a loved in our wellbeing and beauty edit.


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Make the post-Christmas break just as fun with a little help from the Southbank Centre. Take a trip into London for the Imagine Children’s Festival with 160 events to choose from including free ones, to keep them entertained! Have them dressed for the adventure too with our new in collection.


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February the 1st was Chinese New Year and welcomes in the Year of the Tiger. A symbol of power and lordliness in Chinese culture, tigers are often associated with bravery. With ways to celebrate happening throughout the UK, find ones near you with the help of Country & Town House.


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Visiting the theatre is now back on our agenda. With so many shows to choose from, we know it can be hard to narrow it down. Find the top picks for this month from Wuthering Heights to To Kill a Mockingbird, with a little help from Time Out.


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This month is National Library Lover’s Month, so this February we encourage you to show some love to your local library and at the same time tick off some of the books on your to-read list. Find your local one with a little help from the website.


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