- Mums Tips
- Last Updated on 17 December 2014
- Monica Costa
Of all the stats and facts I have recently read about Christmas and families, the latest research about sleep over the holidays is the quirkiest and funniest and certainly strikes a cord with me and I guess with most London parents.
An online survey, carried out for Dreams by Opinion Matters in December (2014) among approximately 2,000+ UK adults, reveals Brits’ strangest festive sleeping habits. I am sure as a parent you are probably not surprised to read that a huge number of people find themselves sleeping in strange places over the festive season. I have highlighted my favourite facts from the study.
- Party tips
- Last Updated on 16 December 2014
- Monica Costa
With Christmas just a few days away, we’re all panicking about how to make our houses look and feel fabulous to really wow our guests. While it can be easier said than done to make our festive abodes look like something out of a George Michael video, there are a few tips and tricks you can employ to really delight the senses of your guests, from beautiful decorations to delicious recipes. Here are a few tips on how to wow your guests this Christmas time.
- Fitness & Health
- Last Updated on 07 December 2014
- Adrienn Szoke
Could that peanut butter and jelly sandwich you pack in your child’s lunch box be contributing to his asthma? Or maybe it’s the high fructose corn syrup in her fruit juice that’s making her wheezing problem worse? Most people are unaware of the powerful role that diet and nutrition play in controlling and preventing asthma, even though just by incorporating certain foods into our lifestyle, can not only ease asthma symptoms naturally, but can also reap long term health benefits.