BeWILDerwood: Confidence Building for Teeny Twiggles and Brave Boggles

Recently we visited BeWILDerwood in Norfolk for the first time! If you’re not from the area or haven’t been before, BeWILDerwood is like a high-spec, hand-built, Ewok village, where little ones can roam freely into their imaginations and into wild adventure. (Norfolk is worth visiting for this reason alone.) By its nature, BeWILDerwood is a great […]

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Wellbeing: How to Make Daisy Tea

Forage in the UK: March – November Wild daisies are one of the many flowers that you can eat and use in cooking. They make a lovely addition to salads and smoothies and you can also make medicinal tea from them too. It’s timeless and well-loved and daisy tea is a great thing to make […]

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3 Wellbeing Books for Spring

Here is a round-up of three delightful wellbeing books Eddison Books Ltd sent me recently. Natural Painkillers: Relieve Pain with Natural Remedies and Exercises by Dr Yann Rougier & Marie Borrel (£12.99) This is an incredibly user-friendly book that breaks down how to manage pain naturally. It starts by explaining just how pain is transmitted […]

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How to Claim Sick Pay as a Freelancer

Freelance Sick Pay. It exists! Have you been tempted to ‘go freelance’ or become a sole trader before? Has one of the downsides in your decision-making been the lack of sick pay? Yep! I’m feeling ya. I started my freelance business six years ago. Back then, there were so many advantages for choosing self-employment, and […]

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Alternative Family Fun: The Fairy Fair

Fairy Fair: Fairland Trust, Norfolk May Bank Holiday Weekend Sunday 26th May and Monday 27th May A good friend of mine first told me about the Fairland Trust a couple of years ago and I’ve been desperate to attend one of their events. Then I spotted a post on MamCates feed about a Halloween event, […]

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8 Ways to Support Someone With Cancer

I’m writing this in the aftermath. My Mum received a cancer diagnosis last autumn and we’re only now surfacing for a bit of air. One in two people are said to suffer from cancer, which makes it all the more important to be prepared in case a loved one receives a diagnosis in the future. […]

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