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  • Your Hardworking Hands Will Thank You For Your Care

    Most of us are fortunate indeed to have two strong hardworking hands that are kept busy throughout the day and yet, do we give their welfare a second thought?

    Whether we are doing the household chores, working in the garage or the garden or subjecting our hands to lots of water, we do need to give them some TLC (tender loving care) – and regularly.

  • Type 2 Diabetes and Could Regular Brisk Walking Lower the Risk?

    Researchers have found that those who walked faster than 1.86 miles per hour were less likely to develop type 2 diabetes.  Find out more about this important research...
  • Are Your Bathroom Towels Providing a Breeding Ground for Bacteria?

    I wonder how often you wash your towels?  There is a big debate going on about this subject especially as you may well think that as towels are only used to dry clean bodies (straight after a shower or a bath) or clean hands (after they have been washed, do they need to be washed that often?

    But it is not as simple as that..

  • Top Ten Tips for Keeping Fit in the Winter Months

    If you live in the Northern Hemisphere with cold winters, it can be more of a challenge to stay fit and healthy between the months of November and March until the weather starts to warm up again.

    We share ten of our top tips Top tips to make it easier for you to stay fit and healthy - and cheerful!

  • Natural Formula for Eczema

    Eczema is a very common skin condition especially in children although adults can suffer from it too.  The main sign is an itchy skin that turns red from time to time.

    Children and adults with eczema often have allergies or asthma along with the red, itchy skin.

  • Why Walking in the Rain is Good for You!

    If you ever get caught in a rain shower while out walking, don't be in too much of a hurry to cover up with raincoat, hood and umbrella!  It is actually good for you to soak up some rain on your hair, your face and your skin.

  • Is it Safe to Drink the Tap Water Where You Live?

    According to a United Nations Report, there are approximately two billion people worldwide whose drinking water is unsafe - and often they will have to walk miles to access any water and it is often not on tap.

    Here in the UK, the tap water is considered to be of high quality and safe to drink.  

    But many other countries are not so fortunate.

  • How to Make Sure Your Home Smells Good Without Toxic Chemicals

    We all want our homes to smell good and welcoming and the advertizers take advantage of that wish by promoting air fresheners and diffusers that are full of chemicals.

    So how can we take the more natural route to ensure a sweet smelling home?

    We share some suggestions...

  • Change of Season? Time to De-Clutter!

    No matter how careful you are to prevent hoarding and clutter, just about everyone will have some areas in their home that need attention.  

    The end of summer is a good time to have a re-think about what you can do in your spaces to do some de-cluttering.

    We share some steps you can take to make this task less daunting.

    While every home is different, there are some hotspots in almost all of them that are particularly prone to clutter.

    We share what some of these hotspots are so you can make a great start.

  • How Embracing Natural Grey or White Hair Comes with Benefits

    When women get to a certain age, they may feel the pressure to allow their hair to grow through with its natural color - whether it be grey, white or a combination of the two.

    But for many, this is a big step to take...

    We share some valid reasons why you should not feel put off by taking such a step.

  • The Top Ten Benefits of Learning to Play a Musical Instrument

    Learning to play a musical instrument helps adults and children alike to appreciate a wonderful form of artistic expression. 

    The music itself is enough reason to get your children into music lessons if you can.

    Learning to play a musical instrument has so many benefits – whether it’s building your confidence, enhancing your memory or widening your social circle.

    We share ten reasons why you should consider taking up an instrument this year.

  • What Can You Do If You Have a Fear of Heights?

    It is surprisingly common for people of all ages to have a fear of heights.  This phobia is known as acrophobia.

    When such a fear is experienced, it can also lead to anxiety and panic attacks.  It is said that some three to six percent of people suffer from acrophobia and it is even considered normal for many to feel nervous and tense when high up - with young children and animals having an innate fear of falling.

    We share more information about the symptoms and how you can help to overcome this phobia.