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The Thrive 30 challenge with Naturopathica

The Thrive 30 challenge with Naturopathica

Naturopathica recently sent me some CBD capsules to try out for 30 days to see how I felt and record my journey to share with my readers. It was refreshing to try them as it left me feeling less anxious and calmer. Which, with all the announcements from the government, work being stressful and homeschooling – it was really needed! Looking after our mental health is really important, and as a mental health first aider I am really keen on exploring new ways to improve my mind and health. VIEW the POST

Win a bundle of wellbeing goodies

Win a bundle of wellbeing goodies

What better way to kick off the New Year than to do it with a competition? And, a fabulous competition at that: to win a bundle of wellbeing goodies. I am an advocate for mindfulness and looking after yourself. This competition will give you everything you need to give yourself some time and to ensure you start the year with a healthy mind. VIEW the POST

Taking care of your wellbeing as a parent

Being a parent is one of the most incredible things a person can experience. From the moment your children arrive in yourlife, they become a light in your world, but that isn’t to say that parenting comes without its drawbacks. In fact, many parents struggle to make time to focus on their own wellbeing, which can result in mental and physical health problems emerging over time. Ultimately, your wellbeing is essential to providing your children with a loving home and some amazing memories, so it’s wise to take note of some helpful advice when you are hoping to take better care of your wellbeing.

3 tips to help us understand a childs mind

3 tips to help us understand a childs mind

Our brains are complex things, made up of 100's of billions of neurons and different parts. I went on a course the other week called "brain leadership" and quite a lot of it can be used to understand the kids, as well as adults. This might be a little technical in places, so I will try and keep it as basic as possible. Here are 3 tips to understanding your children and why they do the things they do... a little insight into a childs mind. VIEW the POST