I was Caught Red-Handed by the Police

It was midday and we were having a Monday meltdown. Joe, 2 at the time, had been up as usual since 5am; we’d done play doh, Lego, garages, hide and seek and stories, but Joe was tired and whiny, and my energy level was spiralling downwards and fast. We were driving to the supermarket to […]

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Work Out Exam Stress

It’s exam season in May with Finals, College Exams, SATS and GCSEs all looming. This can be a stressful time for parents and students alike. The pressure is on to hit those grades but did you know that your diet and lifestyle can affect your exam performance? The right nutrition and exercise plans can energize […]

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Confessions of a Cheese Junkie: Ditching the Dairy

I’ve pretty much been a cheese addict all of my life: as a child in the 70s my family nicknamed me The Dairylea Kid. In student days I’d blow my budget on a packet of Roule and scoff it in one hit. On a Christmas visit home from a dairy free year in Japan I […]

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Free Family Fitness for 2015!

Five Top Tips for New Year Family Fitness for Free! We all know the feeling: Christmas is over, we may have more round our waistline but a lot less in the bank account. With childhood obesity on the rise and national obesity levels at an all time high, this is the perfect time to kickstart […]

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10 Top Tips for Safe Winter Running

Don’t let the winter months stand in your way when it comes to outdoor training: here’s how to stay safe and motivated next time you go out for a run… 1 Phone a Friend Check in with a friend or family before you go out for a run letting them know where you’ll be running […]

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