The Invisible Symptoms: The Perimenopausal Princess Papers (Part 14)

You can see if she having a hot flush.  Her huffing and puffing along with hand-fanning will give away that she’s feeling a tad warm.  If you are talking to her and she mixes up her words or gets flustered, you will know the meno-fog has descended.  But you’ll have no idea about her other symptoms: the ones that are embarrassing, rarely discussed and have a huge impact on her life and emotions.  And not all of them are ‘downstairs’.

New Year, New You? How to Keep Your Resolutions and Change Your Life

In today’s blog, we’re going to look at ways that we can keep our resolutions and change our lives for the better. No more failure and no more feeling bad about ourselves! It’s time to grab hold of that new year and make it work for you.

The Night Before Christmas – Tips for the Frazzled

T’was the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring…. Apart from a middle-aged woman covered in sellotape, necking her third glass of red wine whilst she desperately tried to finish wrapping the last minute Amazon delivery with one eye on a ‘To Do’ list that still stretched a mileContinue reading “The Night Before Christmas – Tips for the Frazzled”

Keep Calm and take the ‘Crisis’ out of Christmas

You are not a failure if you forget to the put the honey on your parsnips or score diamonds in the fat of your glazed ham. So what if you have missed last posting dates. Christmas is meant to be joyful. Read on, and we shall share some tips that will help you take the crisis out of Christmas.

How to Motivate Your Lazy Partner

For women or men with lazy partners everywhere, today’s blog is just for you. We’re going to share some top tips for motivating your partner to get off their arse and help you. One person in the relationship shouldn’t have to do all the housework, laundry and cooking. You signed up to be someone’s partner in love and life, not their bloody housekeeper!

Maintain Your Brain – The Do’s and Don’ts of Brain Health

What can we do to improve our brain health without adding additional stress to our already busy lives? We need some quick wins and some good advice to adopt in case we wind up with a barrage of new restrictions on our lives. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at ways we can make some small changes to our habits to help our brain stay happy and healthy in these uncertain times.

Work/Life Burnout – How to Get Your Perspective Back

In today’s blog, we look at some ways to regain perspective and get back to the business of enjoying our home and work life. Too often we suffer from overwhelm and fatigue at the myriad of responsibilities we feel we must juggle to make everyone else happy. But what about our happiness?