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Stylish changing bags

Changing bags are often thought of as notoriously drab items. Overwhelmed with practicality, there is simply no room for style in these everyday items. However, companies like Baby Lurve are stocking a fantastic range of stylish AND practical changing bags. We took a look at their collection and selected our favourites… Rosebud Flying Geese Messenger Juggling a baby, a handbag ... Read More »

3 ways to trick your child into exercising

Getting your kids to exercise can sometimes result in screaming and crying from both sides. If your child isn’t interested in sports it can be difficult to get them to see the point of exercising, if they don’t enjoy it. This can be tackled if you secretly find a way to make them think that exercise is actually really fun, ... Read More »

3 Quick and Easy Recipes for the Working Mum

There are two things that can work against a busy Mum; time and the size of her freezer. Planning ahead is all well and good, in fact, many household units spend their weekends preparing an array of heatable meals for the week ahead, significantly poor on spare hours as Monday rolls around. Mums (and Dads) have the added pressure of ... Read More »

Helpful Tips and Advice for New Mums and Dads

No matter how much you read or how well you plan, welcoming your first child into the world can be overwhelming. You can, however, take some steps to be prepared so that when issues arise, you’re ready to meet them. Quick, Healthy Food for the Whole Family When your little one arrives, you won’t have much time to think about ... Read More »

How to develop healthy eating habits for your children

Trying to manage your own diet is difficult, but keeping on top of your child’s eating habits as well is even harder. Here are three ways you can help your child develop a healthy diet.   Make an effort What your child eats is ultimately up to you – you’re the one that does the weekly the shop and prepares ... Read More »

5 Ways Technology Makes Seniors’ Lives Easier

A common misconception is that digital connectivity technology is only for young people. In other words, the Internet, social media, mobile communication devices and the like represent technology that is said to be ideally suited to the needs and desires of younger people. In reality, technology of this nature has more relevance to the unique needs of senior citizens. 21st ... Read More »

A Guide To Dressing & Styling Your Kids

As kids get older, they will want to start expressing their personality through their clothing choices. This is a natural progression and should be encouraged. It’s hard to step back and let your child experiment; you may feel that others are judging you for the interesting choice of garments your son or daughter is wearing. You may find it difficult ... Read More »

6 Ways Dental Implants Will Change Your Life

Picture credit link So you’ve lost a couple of teeth during the last few years? Well, that’s not really an issue nowadays as the technology surrounding dental implants has improved greatly since our grandparents were around. Gone are the times when our intake boiled sweets and sugary foods would often leave many UK residents toothless for life – thank god. ... Read More »

Capturing energy for a greener future

In the resource-depleted future, how might we capture and utilise the energy available to us? What ingenious ideas and inventions might we put to use to feed and shelter the people of our growing worlds? Here are some of the wild and wacky ideas to be proposed. The concept of the Dyson Sphere, developed by physicist Freeman Dyson, came about ... Read More »

Top tips for new university students

Going to university can be one of the most exciting times of your life but it’s fair to say some new students settle in to life on campus easier than others. If it’s your first time living away from home there are a few things to get to grips with, from feeding yourself properly to budgeting correctly. Here are some ... Read More »