While it’s lovely to have some beautiful sunshine, keeping cool is imperative during a heatwave. Here are 12 top tips for coping with the heat: 1. Keep hydrated. Drinking water is the best way to do this. If you can, try and avoid drinking caffeine as this might increase your heart rate which will make… Continue reading 12 Tips for Keeping Cool
Getting outside and being in nature is very important for our wellbeing and for our children’s health and happiness. Here are a few ideas to make outdoors fun: Photo Challenge Take a camera out with you and set a challenge or a different theme for each walk. For example on a rainy day, you could… Continue reading Free Outdoor Activities for Children
Top tips for making a child's lockdown birthday special
POTS Syndrome. Living with POTS syndrome and the symptoms
September marks Self-Care month and this is a great reminder that looking after ourselves is incredibly important. So often, we put the needs of others first. Whether it is our children, our partners, our employers or friends, we tend to put their needs above our own. The blog below explains the importance of self-care, why… Continue reading Self-Care: How and why to add it to your daily life
We all know how important wellbeing is to our health and state of mind. The New Economics Foundation say that there are 5 Ways to Wellbeing, which we will look at in detail in the blog.
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) is a group of connective tissue disorders which is the result of defects in the collagen. This causes the connective tissue to be very stretchy and fragile which then causes damage to the body.
The benefits of nature are wide ranging. Learn more about them in this blog post
Cocoa butter is incredibly beneficial for the skin. It has a pale yellow colour and has a wonderful chocolate aroma. It is rich in antioxidants and vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C and E making it a wonderful moisturiser.
Nature Deficit Disorder is caused by not spending enough time in nature which has a negative effect on our physical and mental health. The solution is simple: spend more time outdoors