Kidsme is a brilliant, fun and functional brand specialising in getting babies trying new tastes and textures safely.
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Have you heard of ActiPatch? It’s amazing, I’ve been using it for nearly two years now. It is great for parents who have bad backs from wrestling with squirmy babies and toddlers, superb for sporty types and all those muscular injuries, in fact it’s great for everyone.
It is a drug-free device that uses electromagnetic pulse therapy to stimulate nerves to repair, so can’t be used when pregnant, but pretty much anyone else is good to go and priced at £19.99, which is a lot cheaper than painkillers when you consider this will last for up to 720 hours! Continue reading A Winner with Actipatch→
There are hundreds of pieces of art to choose from at thecomicartwebsite.com, where visitors can purchase iconic and original pieces from the archives of Britain’s foremost comic publisher DC Thomson.
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So in about a year I am going to be a bridesmaid for my little sister. This is just the kind of goal I need to start losing some weight and getting healthier, which all ties in nicely with my quest to be a calmer, happier and healthier person.
I have decided to vlog about my journey as that will give me a visual reminder of where I’ve been and where I am and as it’s something that makes me rather uncomfortable it will also help to keep me in check. Plus it’s always good to push yourself.
Just over a year ago we had a marvellous holiday on the Norfolk Broads, staying on one Herbert Woods‘ boats, Silver Light. This year we have been incredibly lucky to return, this time staying in one of their luxurious holiday homes, The Bittern.
For my birthday I was given a great new book ‘Calm’ and a journal from my friends to help me find some calm in my life and to de-stress a little. I have been writing in my journal everyday and on Wednesday’s I go through the daily highlights I’ve written down and pick out my 10 favourites.
This week has been amazing, we went away for Easter and had a fab time, the little one loved it and was on his best behaviour and there was chocolate!! Maybe a couple of bottles of vino as well. It has been genuinely hard to only pick 10 moments from this week.
Getting a good night’s sleep is really important and I have been spending a few months now slowly but surely rearranging my routines and habits to ensure I’m getting to bed at a reasonable time, but if once I’m there, it’s not perfect for sleeping then what’s the point.
When I started blogging two years ago the aim was to help me find a way, any way, to stay at home. I tried a few different things, took a few courses and found myself working as a Social Media Manager. I was able to leave my admin job and am now officially self employed. I thought I would start sharing some of the things I have learnt along the way.
As I work from home I often find that people expect me to be free, free to see them, free to do little favours, available to take on extra work. The expectation is that I am the one to turn to do get things done, in a way that it simply wasn’t when I had an office job. Managing these expectations can be tough, especially when it leads to disappointment. I thought I’d share some of my main issues with you.