Ever walked into a room and forgotten why you’re there? Well you’re not the only one! New research by Efamol, which manufactures a range of food supplements including Efamol Brain Active Memory, reveals that Brits are forgetting everyday things on a regular basis. Does this sound like you?
With the war between body shaming and body positivity being so rife on social media, I feel that many people seem to lose track of what is actually important sometimes – being fit and healthy, no matter your shape and size.
Dr Carla Runchman is a Clinical Psychologist, mum of one, founder of Mama Diary and author of ‘Mama Notes’, a notebook for the first 12 weeks of motherhood to help mums focus on their emotional well-being. Together with space to make notes on newborn essentials such as feeding and nappies, each week has a well-being focus with ideas or activities to try, and journal pages with prompts to help you reflect on the important moments of these early weeks.
I’ve been giving my family Sambucol through the Winter months for a couple of years now. It is great for boosting the immune system and helping to fight off those Winter bugs. Their new gummies make it even easier to include all year around.
Is your weight an issue for you? Personally, I’ve never been hung up on what the scales say as I’ve seen so many times that scales don’t tell the full story. I prefer to go by measurements, how I look and feel and how my clothes fit. Learn more about Modius.
The first thing the children say to me when they come out of school is “can I have a snack?” it’s a standard question for which I have to go in prepared for every day. No parent likes to be on the receiving end of a ‘hangry’ child – am I right?
I mean does such a thing really exist? In the past I’ve made my own versions of things like this in an attempt to bring things like the fat and sugar content down – but let’s face it, who has time to make their own ice cream on a regular basis?
Springtime is nearly upon us and as the weather gets warmer and the days get longer it’s likely you and your family will be spending more time outside. Outdoor activities can be a lot of fun but it’s important that you’re prepared and take certain precautions to keep your family safe.