With the autumn weather due any time we thought we would share some great walks in Kent... even when it's a bit wet!!
Written by Lucy, Family Walks and Parks Kent Walking during Lockdown At the start of lockdown my husband and I were both on furlough and like everyone we were feeling anxious about these strange times. To help keep us occupied (and sane!) we started walking most days and exploring the area around us with our … Continue reading Top 10 Family Walks in Kent
Experienced Midwife and Sonographer, Amanda Bastianelli tells us how she is helping pregnant women during the Coronavirus Pandemic. I have worked as a midwife for over 20 years and have always felt passionate and privileged to be a part of the wonderful journey into parenting that all families face. I’ve delivered thousands of babies and … Continue reading Are you Pregnant in the Pandemic?
Written by Jess Butler at Vanityfair Beauty Where to begin from 8 weeks ago when we closed our doors to all are amazing clients. It was a sad day but it was a must to keep everyone safe and for the greater good. As the mum’s role has developed into having the children home 24/7 … Continue reading Beauty and Lockdown
Written by Liz Hamlet Spark Succeed Coaching & Consulting Just as a juice detox cleanses your body, cleansing your personal space of things you no longer use is vitally important for your mental health. Why do you need to detox your wardrobe? 1) You've got a wardrobe full of clothes but nothing to wear So … Continue reading 3 reasons you need a Wardrobe Detox
Written by Naomi from Lifecare Counselling Have you been worrying a lot more since the lockdown began? Is this normal? We caught up with Naomi Marston, an experienced counsellor with her own private practice, Lifecare Counselling in Kent, who tells us the best ways to cope with anxiety in lockdown During these unprecedented times, looking … Continue reading How to cope with anxiety in lockdown
Written by Helena Sait, Sharp Student Tuition Firstly, I’m going to skip past the bit about keeping calm as that has NOT been my forte during this long and rather emotional lockdown. Some days are soooo hard aren’t they? You’d think that, being a teacher, it’d all be books open, backs straight and beautiful handwriting … Continue reading Lockdown and the Kent Test: How to keep calm and help your child thrive
Written by Tiny Talk Imagine being housebound with a baby or toddler, day and night, for months on end. That has been the reality for thousands of young families during this health crisis lockdown. Not being able to socialise, or have the support from their friends and families, has been tough. Having a baby can … Continue reading How online baby and toddler classes are proving a lifeline to young families in lockdown
Written by Tanya Anderson Hi I’m Tanya and I’m an independent weight lose consultant for the 1:1 diet by Cambridge weight plan you can find my business page on Facebook 1.1 Diet By Cambridge Weight Plan – Tanya Anderson . I’ve been a consultant now for 18months as two years ago I decided after trying … Continue reading Lockdown and your waistline
We are now moving into week four of lock down in the UK due to the Covid-19 pandemic and I don't know about you but I have been in need of a solid routine to keep me going. To begin with my husband was home as we needed to self isolate, but now he's returned … Continue reading Boredom Busters: Activities for three year old’s
This is a very stressful time for everyone, adults and children alike. There is no one way to deal with this, but how can we make sure our fears and concerns don’t pass onto our children? Here's some tips on how to deal with discussing the topic. Just remember to make it age appropriate. Tell … Continue reading How to talk to your children about Covid-19