How to Help Your Kids Live to 100

Review of ‘How to Help Your Kids Live to 100’ We all know that encouraging children to eat a balanced diet is important for good health. When they get the right vitamins, they are more likely to have more energy, which supports their ability to learn and fight off illness. Although as a family we […]

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Wellness Retreats for 2018

How’s everyone’s New Year’s Resolutions going? Reasonably well? And everyone else’s? Mmm. Yep, thought so. Same here. Actually, this year they’re going great because I don’t have any. Last January in a yoga class, I learnt about a different kind of New Year’s resolution – it’s called “sankalpa”. A sankalpa is an affirmation specific to […]

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Figbar Norwich #FillOurTable: My Guest Blog Post

Figbar Norwich #FillOurTable A few weeks ago, the lovely Steph from Figbar Norwich (my favourite cake and dessert spot in Norfolk, possibly the world) emailed and invited me to their Christmas Dinner! Well, their metaphorical one. One which would be hosted on their blog “Crumbs”. So what’s #FillOurTable all about? In the lead up to […]

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Eat the Seasons: Winter Special

Why seasonal & local produce is better for you and your purse strings! Nutritionists and foodies both agree that it’s important to incorporate seasonal produce in your diet. Not only will it have a positive impact on your health and on the planet but on your purse strings too. It’s also a great opportunity to […]

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France Avec Un Toddler….cont. Part 2: Why Ferry is better than Flying for Toddler Travel

Toddler Travel: France Avec Un Toddler Continued  Part 2: Toddler travel: Why Ferries beat Flying Travelling with Toddlers: Flights vs Ferry Toddler travel, who knew there was a science to it. On our recent family holiday to France, we discovered that travelling via ferry was surprisingly easier than flying. One of the main reasons we […]

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How to Make the Ultimate Vegetarian Breakfast

Sponsored Post Brits pride themselves on cooking the greasiest breakfast possible, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make use of local produce and vegetarian ingredients. With that in mind, this recipe demonstrates how to create a perfect English breakfast while still supporting local communities and avoiding meat (if that’s your thing.) Feel free to alter […]

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