Archives: 2012

New look website!

New look website!

Posted 28.09.2012 in Breakfast Week

So here it is – our brand new Shake Up Your Wake Up website which has had a refresh with new colours and, we hope you agree, improved navigation.

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Time to start event planning!

Time to start event planning!

Posted 15.10.2012 in Breakfast Week

January might sound like a long way off but it will soon be here... in fact it’s just 14 weeks until Farmhouse Breakfast Week which means it’s time to start thinking about your events and promotions to celebrate breakfast!

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7 weeks to go...

7 weeks to go...

Posted 30.11.2012 in Breakfast Week

We're not counting down to Christmas, we're counting down to Farmhouse Breakfast Week! We can hardly believe it's now only seven weeks away and the excitement in the office is starting to build.

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The Nation's Breakfast

The Nation's Breakfast

Posted 13.11.2012 in Breakfast Week

We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day – or at least we should do! But how many of us are making time for it? And if so what are we actually eating and what time do we sit down for the first meal of the day? Our new study* into the nation’s breakfast eating habits, conducted ahead of Farmhouse Breakfast Week (20-26 January 2013), has the answers to this and so much more.

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Nadia Sawalha joins the Shake Up Your Wake Up team

Nadia Sawalha joins the Shake Up Your Wake Up team

Posted 01.11.2012 in Breakfast Week, Mums

Here at Shake Up Your Wake Up it always puts a smile on our face when we find people who love breakfast as much as we do... and guess what we have! We've teamed up with breakfast fan and TV cookery expert Nadia Sawalha who is going to be helping us to encourage you all to Shake Up Your Wake Up during Farmhouse Breakfast Week in January.

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Why mums need a little breakfast love too

Why mums need a little breakfast love too

Posted 17.12.2012 in Mums

If you’ve been keeping up with our blog posts, you’ll know that we’ve been looking into the breakfast habits of the nation. For many of us growing up, the one person who constantly reminded us about the importance of breakfast was our mum, and we’re sure it is the same in most households today. It appears though, that in many cases mums may not always be following their own advice.

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