I’ve been listening to a lot of podcasts lately about the importance of good gut health. I also had a fascinating conversation with my sister-in-laws father, who is a pharmacist, about healthy guts and the knock on effect of a gut that’s a bit out of sorts.
Being a parent is often a costly job. There are so many things involved in bringing up a child, and your finances are a big part of ensuring that they are both comfortable and happy. But sometimes the cost of parenting can be a little bit overwhelming. But there is no need to worry. We have compiled a list of our favourite money saving tips for parents that will not only save you those precious pennies, but will also help to make your life a little more fun as well!
If you’re thinking of refurbishing your bathroom, the very first item on the agenda will undoubtedly be your budget. Whilst this word can often be used in a negative sense, it’s amazing how many people waste cash on full bathroom upgrades which probably weren’t completely necessary.
When I’m considering furniture, the primary decision is always how family-friendly it is. Our children are little whirlwinds, so anything that doesn’t seem child-friendly doesn’t get a look in normally. Considerations There is so much to think about when deciding if a piece of furniture is family-friendly. Does it have sharp corners? Is it the […]
A flurry of Christmas jumper fun is happening up and down the UK in support of Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day on Friday 14th December – are you joining in? Save the Children’s seventh annual Christmas Jumper Day is taking place on Friday 14th December. Flashing, festive knits will be sweeping the nation once […]
Preparing your children for school in the morning can seem like a nightmare task at times. It becomes stressful when you begin forgetting things like permission slips, school documents, lunch, or schoolbags. I mean it’s had enough getting shoes and coats on and teeth done some days! Fortunately, there is always a solution for each […]
Finding the time and energy to do some exercise after you’ve had a baby might be the last thing on your mind, but carrying out a gentle, light workout daily is a good way to help the body recover from pregnancy. Regular exercise has many benefits, including lowering the chances of getting postnatal depression, making […]
By Dr Tom York, NHS-registered and private GP for GPDQ, the UK’s first doctor-on-demand app As a doctor, I’m acutely aware of the variety and frequency of accidents which can happen to children, even at home. Every year, more than two million children under the age of 15 will see a doctor following an accident […]