It's an uncertain and challenging time we're in, so perhaps it's unsurprising that many adults and children alike are struggling with uncomfortable feelings. But focusing on the 5 WAYS TO WELLBEING can have a real positive impact on mental health.
This Easter weekend may not be exactly how you had planned it... but we are safe at home. We've complied a list of five fun things you can do with your family at home to celebrate this bank holiday weekend.
This quick and easy recipe is made using mostly ingredients you can find in your cupboard. Lots of the ingredients can be substituted too, which makes it a great recipe to make at the moment while the supermarket stock is a little unpredictable!
The way we help adults, children and their families make healthy habits is going to look a little bit different for a while. But COVID-19 won't stand in our way of supporting you to live a healthier lifestyle!
While we're stuck at home all day, it might be tempting to binge watch our favourite Netflix series from dawn 'til dusk, and let the day slip away without achieving things we want or need to do. Here's our simple Habit before the habit hack to not watch TV all day
Welcome to the first of Marie's weekly lockdown diaries; where she will be sharing her thoughts, challenges and successes of being quarantined as a working-from-home, homeschooling, health conscious mum!
The government have asked us all to stay at home to help slow the spread of COVID -19. This is the sensible thing to do, but comes with its challenges! We've come up with a few ideas to help parents to establish healthy at-home habits during the lockdown.
As mums and dads we can often feel selfish prioritising our own needs. But self-care is an essential part of good parenting - by looking after ourselves we can give our best self to our families and children.