New post on The Lecrin Valley website…
Feeling Autumny? Get out to The Lecrin Valley where it’s still summer! #thelecrinvalley #autumnbreaks
New post on Ere Perez Blog… 5 minutes with Imelda Burke, inspirational natural beauty devotee and founder of Content Beauty & Wellbeing.
My daughter has “discovered” reading. She has found her “first book”. The book in question is Girl Online by Zoe Sugg (aka Zoella). It’s not a literary classic, but a good read, an engaging novel and my daughter loves it, because she loves anything to do with Zoella.
When I say she’s discovered, I don’t mean she’s just started reading. She’s 11 – and she’s never had problems with reading either, BUT she’s never engaged. She’s never been even remotely interested or excited about reading…until now.
In an era where time is of the essence, when we expect fast results and minimum upset, we are now turning to non-surgical skin treatments that give the best results in the shortest time possible. We don’t have time for recovery. We want great results, now!
“There is definitely a big shift away from treatments that require ‘downtime’,” says Jodie King, Australian skin expert and founder of Blyss Skin Clinic in Sydney. Continue reading “No time for downtime in skin treatments”
Zara D’Cotta started OhMyGoodness (OMG) following her breast cancer diagnosis just before her 30th birthday. This life-changing experience inspired her to take a leap of faith and leave her career in corporate communications to combine her passion for health and wellbeing with her love of storytelling.
Olivia Wollenberg is a British foodie blogger, best-selling author and super force behind Livia’s Kitchen. Having been diagnosed with severe food intolerances, Olivia turned her desire for “free from” sweet treats into a hugely popular brand of healthy treats and desserts with a twist. She tells us what inspires her, how she stays healthy and what’s next for Livia’s Kitchen. Continue reading “Inspirational Woman: Olivia Wollenberg”
For many grandparents with grandchildren living too far away for Sunday lunch or weekly tea time, a weekly, fortnightly or monthly video call with the grandchildren is the most likely contact.
With mobile technology and the internet, it’s easy and cheap to have regular catch ups via Facetime, Skype, Whatsapp, Facebook video call, so it’s pretty easy to stay in touch and feel like you’re a virtual part of your grandchildren’s lives, even if you’re not physically nearby.
Sometimes, however, calls and video calls can be quite hard – for both parties – and you might need a little help making the most of those precious catch-ups. Continue reading “Tips for Grandparents: making the most of video calls!”