There's just something about the way a great piece of jewellery can elevate an outfit and make you feel super special. As someone who has always had a deep appreciation for the beauty and intricacy of jewellery (and an exceptionally large collection of statement and classic pieces), I was thrilled to have the opportunity to try out a selection of beautiful pieces from Meideya Jewelry, a woman-owned business selling sustainable, high quality jewellery.
Mum guilt is a feeling of inadequacy and self-doubt that many mothers experience regarding their parenting decisions or actions. It is a common phenomenon that can arise from various sources such as parenting choices, work-life balance, and personal time. Mums may feel guilty about not spending enough time with their children, not being present during important moments, or making choices that do not align with their own or others' expectations. Mum guilt can be triggered by societal or cultural expectations, comparisons with other mothers, or even by their own high standards for themselves. It is important to note that dad guilt or parent guilt can also occur in fathers or other primary caregivers.
That’s why Qualified Counsellor & Psychotherapist, Andrew Chan for Delight Counselling, has put together six tips to help overcome Mum guilt.
Caffeine is a stimulant that is found in many beverages and foods, and it is one of the most widely consumed substances in the world. From coffee to tea, energy drinks to chocolate, caffeine is present in many forms and is enjoyed by millions of people every day. However, caffeine can also be a source of confusion and misinformation, leading to questions about how much is safe to consume and what the potential health benefits and risks are. In this complete guide to caffeine, Dr Brian Fisher, Clinical Director at wellness app Evergreen Life, has shared his knowledge on the stimulant to help educate us on the effects of caffeine.
What better way to show our love and appreciation on Mother's Day than by treating those special women in our life to a delicious homemade breakfast? My breakfast vice is, and always has been, pancakes! I order them when we go out for brunch but I very rarely make them at home because they are a special treat and they always taste better when someone else makes them for you!
I have teamed up with Modern Milkman to create this delicious, fluffy blueberry pancake recipe that is sure to make her feel extra special. Not only are these pancakes easy to make, but they're also bursting with fresh blueberries and a hint of lemon, making them the perfect sweet start to any day. So roll up your sleeves, gather your ingredients, and let's get cooking!
Mother's Day is just around the corner, and if you're like me, you want to find the perfect gift for a very special person. Whether you're shopping for your own mum, your mother-in-law, step-mum, your wife or partner on behalf of the kids, or a woman who has had a signifciant impact on your formative years, there are so many great options out there that it can be hard to know where to start.
So I've put together my annual Mother's Day gift guide to help you find the perfect present that will show your love and appreciation for all the hard work and sacrifices she's made. From sentimental keepsakes to practical items she'll use every day, there's something for every type of "mum" on this list. So sit back, relax, and let's dive into some amazing gift ideas that will make this Mother's Day one to remember!
We are delighted to be hosting the Bobby and Bubba’s Small Adventure’s Book Tour today!
If you haven’t heard of Bobby and Bubba Coombs where have you been?! They are an adorable pair of British (not French) Bulldogs who are more famous in Chelsea than Roman Abramovich.
This delightful book written by Bobby and Bubba’s Grandpa, Anthony Coombs, is full of charming and funny little stories written for children of all ages - so who better to review the book than my littlest who is about to turn nine… Little I over to you!
There is no doubt that car ownership can provide many benefits, including convenience, independence, and freedom. But if your vehicle stolen there can be significant financial loss, as the true value of the car is usually not fully recovered, emotional distress at having your property taken without permission, and the hassle and aggravation that comes from sourcing alternative transportation, liaising with the police and dealing with insurance companies.
In recent years there has been an increase in car crime, particularly in relation to thefts of vehicles with keyless entry systems. This increase is driven by the rise of sophisticated relay attacks, where criminals use special equipment to amplify the signal from the key fob and unlock the car. Leading insurer Aviva claims drivers with keyless vehicles are twice as likely to make a claim for car theft than those with vehicle which are non-keyless.
By following our simple tips to protect your car you can reduce the risk of theft and have peace of mind knowing your vehicle is secure.
With the new year officially underway, many of us are raring to go – whether with New Year’s resolutions, new general outlooks or just a general sense of hope for the year to come. The new year is a great opportunity for a fresh start, and a fun time to consider giving your home the aesthetic refresh it may well need. But with cash tight for a majority of households at the moment, a complete renovation isn’t quite on the cards. How might you embody the spirit of new beginnings in your living room, without breaking your budget?
The Winter is well and truly here which means it's a great time to snuggle up under a blanket and binge watch the latest Netflix series! Here's a round up of the latest movies and TV shows I've been enjoying (or not enjoying so much) over the festive season....
In this digitally fueled time, taking care of your kids is crucial, especially when you are trying to make them tech-friendly while teaching them the actual value of using technology. However, it can be difficult to manage everything without compromising on their real mental growth.
Technology can do both things; it can make things easier and can also distract you from all the important things in life. It is important to teach your kids to use technology in a healthy way and develop habits that can make them successful in this digital world.
However, kids are so smart today that they quickly learn how to use electronic gadgets, be it smartphones, laptops, or tabs. But some kids don’t know how utilise their devices properly. In that case, it is important to teach your kids how to use their devices more efficiently.
Here are some of the methods to teach your kids to be more tech savvy
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