The idea of mum and baby holidays came about while talking to other mums. Many said they did not feel brave enough to travel on their own with their babies and all the extra baggage that you need to take. This gave me the inspiration for mum and baby retreats in our lovely home in Tuscany.
Baby Yoga is one of the most special bonding activities you can do with your baby. The class tones the body and helps to regain your strength and posture. The best benefit of all is that the rush of endorphins and soothing movements make mum and baby feel happy and help to encourage good sleeping patterns!
It’s been clear to me, throughout my experience of ‘stuff management’, that young folk are often very receptive to a structure for organisation. And before you fall about laughing, I don’t mean that they have a natural dispensation to the minimalistic. What I mean is that they like life made as easy for them as possible (and I can empathise with that sentiment, believe you me).
Do you feel it’s time to de-clutter your life, one of the best ways to start this process is to give your wardrobe a new lease of life. If you wear 20% of your wardrobe 80% of the time, don’t panic you are not alone but it is time to de-clutter your wardrobe. A popular article from our archive.
Making sure you have some protein with your meals to help slow down the blood sugar release from highly processed, sugary or caffeinated food and drink is one way of helping to reduce energy dips. In this piece I will focus on the main time in the day that is a prime trap for cravings and naughty habits – the ‘3 o’clock slump’!
Do you have less energy than you used to have? Do you often get tired or lethargic during the day or find it hard to get out of bed in the morning? If so, then you are not alone. In fact, tiredness seems to have become a modern epidemic. Coffee shops spring up everywhere with their tempting muffins and cakes, telling us we must want our daily fix of caffeine. DVDs, home delivered shopping and offers on ready-meals encourage us to stay indoors and become snuggled up hermits. A popular article from our archive.