THE UK’s first children’s next generation toothbrush which ends the torture of toothbrushing and adding fun is launched today. The 360° cleaning device sits in the mouth like a gum shield ensuring all surfaces are reached and eliminates bacteria in just sixty seconds.
The device is called Wiggle because it ‘wiggles’ in the mouth and cleans teeth without the need for brushing. Wiggle takes the stress away from every parents daily battle getting their children to brush their teeth.
In the digital age, screens are now an everyday part of life and are integral to a child’s development from a very young age. The challenge comes in how to manage screen usage and build healthy screen habits in your kids whilst also accepting the role they play in modern society.
The kitchen is one of the most used areas in our home. We cook tasty meals and gather there. There’s no doubt that the kitchen is the most important part of a home because it fuels our lives.
As a result, all the conditions of your kitchen should be paid attention to, like the environment, layout and so on. A clean and hygienic kitchen must be well-organised and not in a mess, otherwise you won’t be in a good mood to cook.
With ‘Blue Monday’ approaching (17th January), many people are looking for a little mood pick me up. Celebrated author Dr. Harvey Karp (Happiest Baby on the Block) has created special tips for new parents to beat the January blues.
“Raising tiny humans is one of the most joyful jobs in the world, but it’s also very hard work! Between all the responsibilities, lack of sleep, adjusting to a new routine… it’s fair to say it can be overwhelming. Both new mums and new dads can suffer from postpartum depression and anxiety and as Blue Monday approaches, it’s important to look after the super-humans raising our future!
In 2020 and 2021 I felt that Covid had killed fashion trends once and for all but I am starting to be optimistic again. Having said that, don’t you have the feeling that these days there’s not a clear fashion style or trend? The post-pandemic world is chaotic, and creative, colourful and a bit crazy.
With so many wannabe fashionistas on Instagram, I have the feeling that everything go nowadays in terms of fashion so I have gone out and found my favourite outfits for this coming Spring. It goes without saying that my The only trend I follow is good taste and chic (if you prefer to quote the French).
My top fashion tip is the one my mum gave me when I was a teenager: if a piece of clothing is flattering and enhances your best body features it’s in, otherwise out.
Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognise and respond effectively to emotions. When your teenager is able to practice and develop these skills it allows him or her to build strong relationships, make good decisions and deal with difficult situations.
But connecting emotionally to your teenager can be hard. Teenagers can be defensive and brittle, they strive for independence and are often deeply critical and rejecting of a parent’s advice. So how can you best develop the kind of relationship with your teenager that will help them to develop the skills of emotional intelligence?