It’s no secret that the human body is a complex and high-maintenance machine. Your body needs a lot of specific nutrients to keep going healthily. Without these in your diet, you could find yourself getting weak or, even worse, ill. Most people have a relatively good diet which includes most of what they need.
But, this is long before you even begin to consider the minerals your body could be going without, as well. To help you out with this area, this post will be going through some of the most important minerals you should be giving to your body. All of these are available as supplements, making them nice and easy to get into your body.
It’s summer – that means party season. With Short Rib’s Birthday shortly on the horizon, I have to get my planning hat on. Luckily, we’re not at the stage where nursery friends get invited to things (it’s coming soon, I know that) but this year, I can keep it small and that works well for me. It doesn’t mean it doesn’t take a lot of doing though…
It’s a great thing to be the life of the party, however, it’s even better to be the ‘hostess with the mostess,’ right? Somehow, the people born to host make these events seem like a breeze. There doesn’t seem to be any mishaps or rushed planning, and there’s absolutely no stress on their parts at all. The thing is, though, that the key secret to their success is built right into their personality. They are practically hard-wired for it. That doesn’t mean you could never hope to match them; it just means you need a bit more guidance.
It’s summer – that means one thing. You have to now figure out what you’re going to do to entertain your children for six whole weeks. Of course you could plonk them in front of Peppa Pig for 12 hour marathons of it everyday, but eventually that will drive you insane… there are alternatives though.
Having a family can do one of the most fun things that you do with your life, and playing with your kids definitely contributes to that! But sometimes it can be difficult to know what to do, perhaps you’ve done something too many times and everyone is getting bored of it, or perhaps you want to try something that’s going to be beneficial for everyone, carry on reading if you need some new ideas that will entertain you as well as your little ones.
So we love technology, and clearly as the owners of an online blog, we’re pretty happy that the internet is a thing too and we are embracing it massively and encouraging our boy to do the same. But the Internet is a major bone of contention in so many families. Should we resist it any longer?
For all ages using tech appears to a big part of our lives now. Is it something that we should view as an essential part of our lives now, or is it a problem that we are so reliant on using tech, but we don’t know how to communicate with each other anymore? Let’s look at the positive sides because there are loads!
If you’re currently pregnant (your maybe your partner is), you are probably weighing up all the pros and cons of being a stay-at-home parent after the birth. There are many reasons why lots of people choose to quit their job so that they can become full-time mums. When I was pregnant, I’d had loved to have been a position to jack in my job and stay at home with my little one all the time, but financially that simply wasn’t viable for us. For a lot of people it is though. It drastically cuts down the costs of childcare and it will give you a lot more time to bond with your child. But is it really worth it?
There are so many portrayals of the stay-at-home parent that show it to be a really wholesome and fulfilling role and I’m sure it is, in the main. However, what people don’t show are the downsides to it. So, to try and debunk the whole myth of the stay-at-home mum (from someone who isn’t one, and couldn’t be one), here are some of the cons that you should expect to experience along with all the pros.
Technology works wonders. You don’t need us to tell you that; we all know it. But, few of us realise just how amazing recent inventions could be for our lives. For the most part, we have yet to see the full benefits. But, technology, and the internet, in particular, is important for many reasons. From expanding our knowledge to seeking medical advice; it’s all moved online. But today, we’re going to focus on a less mentioned benefit; how the internet can help our futures. We rarely think about it, but there are huge future benefits to be found online. We’re going to look at a few examples here.