Over the last year, I have been working on improving my health and general wellbeing. I’ve been on the Low Fodmap diet for nearly a year now and I have seen a huge improvement in my IBS symptoms.Read More »Test Your Intolerance Review & 20% Discount For You
Do you think the summer season is good for you? Well, okay it is. In some ways, summer is awesome for your health.Read More »Can the Summer be Bad for your Health & Well-being?
When I was 12 I was diagnosed with IBS. Up until last year, I have just put up with the symptoms. I find that being a Mum you tend to ignore your own health as you’re focusing so much on your children, especially when they are young.Read More »How the Low Fodmap Diet is Healing my Body
Sleep beautiful sleep. Remember that? It was that amazing rejuvenating, life-enhancing thing we all did every night before our addiction to smartphones and Netflix came along to spoil the party. Read More »Looking After Your Mind and Body: Tips on Getting a Good Night’s Sleep
Screentime for kids is a relatively new issue for parents. It’s certainly not something that my parents ever had to consider. That makes me feel old! And whilst the media can get carried away with the dangers of kids watching screens I definitely think it’s something that needs to be taken into consideration. Read More »Artificial Blue Light & Sleep Disruption for Kids: Bloxx Has The Answer
Stress is part and parcel of modern life with its prolonged effects on our health, both physical and emotional well-being. More aware of how stress affects us, many more of us are looking to make changes to minimise stress in our lives.Read More »Why De-stressing at Home is Important
When I was younger every new year I would set another goal to get fitter. Every year I started off with the best of intentions. I’d join a gym and go every day. By February I would only be going 3 times a month and by March I’d stop going at all. I’d then repeat this cycle every year, for years! Read More »Simple Ways to Get Fit this Year
When you think about your nutrition and health, the chances are that you will associate what you eat with weight loss, heart health or diabetes. But, what you might fail to recognize is that what you eat will affect way much more than just your weight, heart and blood sugar level.Read More »How Nutrition Affects your Feet
Anxiety is something that I have lived with for many years now. It started in my early teenage years and has progressively got worse since then. Over the years I have developed my own coping mechanism but every now and again the anxiety still gets the better of me.Read More »Why We Need to Talk About Anxiety
Why Managing Your Money For The Future Matters
While the UK’s life expectancy may have recently increased to 81.60 years, there’s no doubt that we become more preoccupied with our physical health as we grow older.
Given the state of pension planning in the UK, however, we clearly do not take the same approach to managing our financial well-being. While some will argue that the failure to save has much to do with the fact that the cost of living continues to increase at a disproportionate rate to earnings, it’s also fair to surmise that people are being hindered by an inability to prioritise wealth management in the modern age.Read More »Focusing on Your Financial Well-being