Friday, 10 August 2018

Better sleep for anxiety sufferers


Now that the heatwave's broken, many of us are looking forward to more sleep. Those sticky, still nights are behind us, right? We may even be looking forward to - whisper it - electric blanket season.

This post on better sleep for anxiety sufferers has been in my drafts for a couple of months as there didn't seem any point while the entire country was moaning about the heat. When we got back from our holiday in Crete, I made a decision to sort my sleep, something I had thought might happen naturally during a week of relaxation. But when it didn't? Here's what I tried.
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Friday, 20 July 2018

A weekend adventure in Dorset with Plankbridge and Farmstead Glamping


You've heard of a man cave, I'm sure. But do you know what a men cave is?

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Friday, 22 June 2018

How to exercise with an injury


Just before Christmas, I wrote a post about how I'd found a love of exercise. In that way the universe sometimes does when it's got half an ear on what you're saying, I woke up on New Year's Eve with the most incredible pain in my leg. I could barely walk.
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Friday, 15 June 2018

Why Queer Eye is the most important TV show of 2018


QUEER EYE IS BACK! We’ve always loved a makeover show, haven’t we? From bossy Trinny & Susannah telling us what not to wear, to Gok Wan’s obsession with our bangers, makeover TV is an easy hour that feels faintly educational, vaguely useful and entirely entertaining. So what’s so different about Queer Eye?
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Sunday, 10 June 2018

Why ‘I couldn’t do what you do’ isn't enough | How to really help parents with autistic children


A month or so back I was interviewed by Kate of A Playful Day podcast alongside fellow blogger and autism mum, Vicky from Owl and Accordion (you can listen to it here). On the day of recording we talked for hours about issues around parenting autistic children – what it’s like, the tough bits, and also how those around you talk about it.

I couldn’t do what you do’ was a comment we’d both heard many times, and it’s easy to see why many people say it.
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Friday, 8 June 2018

Inspired by... / 10 Charlie Fowler of Magic Organic Apothecary


Today, I'm interviewing Charlie Fowler - the brains behind MOA (Magic Organic Apothecary), one of my favourite green skincare companies. I think I first found out about MOA a few years back thanks to a sample in a Lionheart goodie bag. Since then, I've become pretty much obsessed with these incredible products thanks to their intense fragrance, magic results and beautiful packaging. And the story behind the company is just as magical...

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Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Why I’m a Bupa Health Assessment convert


This glorious weather we’ve been having has meant no one is in the house and everyone is in the garden, all the time. It’s great – screens are off (as well as tops) and the sound of footballs thunking around the yard is probably annoying the neighbours as much as our endless (vegan) barbecues.
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