3 signs it’s time to change your career


The decision to veer from your chosen career path can be one of the most difficult you’ll ever make. For many people, the idea of starting from scratch at the bottom of the ladder is an altogether terrifying prospect and one that only seems to get scarier the older you are. However, times are changing, and career swaps have become more common than ever before — at any age. Take a look at the warning signs below to decide whether… Continue Reading “3 signs it’s time to change your career”

How to adapt your beauty regime for the colder months

Hand Cream

Cold weather can really wreak havoc where skin and complexion are concerned. Biting breezes combined with stuffy central heating can see even the most glowing skin become dry and outbreak prone. However, there are certain steps you can take to protect your complexion from these winter skin woes. Try making these small changes to your beauty regime and see if you can see the difference. Hand cream is key Protecting your hands against the freezing temperatures is vital. The delicate… Continue Reading “How to adapt your beauty regime for the colder months”

Helping Your Kids Cope With Hay Fever


Families normally welcome spring and its warmer weather after spending months inside during the cold seasons. The days are balmier, and the warm sunshine allows everyone to spend plenty of time outdoors. With spring however, come millions of airborne plant particles that can play up havoc with little one’s noses, by triggering bouts of irritating and unpleasant hay fever, or allergic rhinitis as it is also referred to. Why does hay fever happen in spring? Flowers, plants and trees release… Continue Reading “Helping Your Kids Cope With Hay Fever”

How managing screen time can improve your child’s behaviour


When my older kids were young, mobile phones and the internet were in their infancy and the only screen time we had to manage was how may times they had watched The Little Mermaid or Lion King on VHS that week. Now that I am also a parent in the digital age, battles over screen time and devices have become a depressing part of family life, and knowing how much is too much has become a moving target. I remember… Continue Reading “How managing screen time can improve your child’s behaviour”

What are BB creams and are they good for rosacea?

I have suffered with Acne Rosacea for over ten years with my main symptom being facial flushing. The symptoms of rosacea are extreme redness of the cheeks, spots, raised bumps and dry, sore eyes.  Triggers include stress, exercise, alcohol, spicy food, sunshine, central heating, cold etc – in fact I often joke that “life” is a trigger. Rosacea is very common in people with my skin type – I am fair-skinned with a tendency for rosy cheeks and one of… Continue Reading “What are BB creams and are they good for rosacea?”