Dementia: An inevitable consequence of getting old? 5 min read
Unless someone comes up with a medical cure or breakthrough, chances are likely that your loved one is currently living with or will one day have dementia. So how can you recognise the symptoms?
3 things you probably overlooked when it comes to self-care and loving yourself 5 min read
While bubble baths and pedicures are great for making us feel spoilt, there are other practices that promise far greater rewards.
How to break up with your phone 3 min read
Extended time spent on your phone can damage your brains. So how can you protect it?
First trimester: Thoughts of a first-time mum-to-be 4 min read
Since being pregnant, I’ve definitely made some choices I normally wouldn’t.
"I wept as my idea of being a mother washed down the drain." 5 min read
As a new mum, I was spiralling into despair. Thankfully, a close friend chose to visit and reached out with three simple words.
Want to lose weight? You won't think to try this first 3 min read
What the “calorie equation” doesn’t factor in to the problem of weight loss is several other key components.
This ancient book has all the parenting tips you need 6 min read
You won't believe how this book provides parenting insights for harried and frantic parents, desperate to raise their children right.
I won the North Pole marathon at 50 after being diagnosed with cancer 6 min read
First it was ovarian cancer, then the North Pole and next, the world. Heather Hawkins shows us how easy it can be to conquer seemingly impossible battles.
Finding hope after breast cancer 4 min read
"At two o’clock the following morning, my heart was ripped from the inside. The police arrived to inform us that at midnight, John’s car had crashed into a pole around the corner, just two minutes away from our beautiful happy...
Mums, here's how to deal with loneliness 2 min read
You can be with other people and still feel lonely. And mums, despite having the company of their children and partners, can feel like the loneliest people of all.