Win Jewellery from

It’s competition time at Life Goggles and we’ve got some stunning jewellery to give away courtesy of our friends at Adila. One winner will win both a bracelet and a pair of earing from Adila’s sparkly new summer range – Xhenoga.

Adila jewellery

The bracelet, or ‘beaded tube arm ring’
is pea pod green around 9cm by 1.5 and worth £29. The tassel earrings are a meadow green and have a 20cm drop and look fantastic. The pair is worth £20.

And a bit of info on who made the prizes: “In 2002, designer and founder Jeannette Gibson started an independent empowerment and skills training program, employing thirty women from the surrounding informal settlements of Cape Town, South Africa. The studio is filled with laughter, song and plenty of chatting as the women weave and crochet the extraordinary designs created by Jeannette. Xhenoga not only creates much needed employment, but also provides a base for the traditional community spirit to flourish.”

All you have to do is answer the following question and enter you email address:
How much is a beaded cuff in the same range as the bracelet and earrings? For a clue, click here.

This competition is now closed. Current subscribers are automatically entered.

If you don’t win, don’t worry, there’s plenty of them online at Adila and they come in many colours.


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Song of the Day – Minnie The Moocher By The Band From TV

The Band From TV comprises of Hugh Laurie of House fame (although Blackadder is his finest hour) on the keyboard, Desperate Housewives’ James Denton on guitar, Heroes‘ mind-reader Greg Grunberg on the sticks and various others.

They came together after Grunberg was asked to get some names together for a charity concert at The House of Blues and they kept going. Their version of Minnie the Moocher (which I can’t find on You Tube) is the most popular on iTunes – there are over 50 others. The video is just a slide show, but the song is cool.

If you want to know more, I’ve added this video as well: