How to practice Mindfulness in the summer holidays.

So the summer holidays are upon us, and whether you have a 10 month old or 10 year old, you may be feeling a little apprehensive about entertaining your little people for the long 6 week stretch…. Or Perhaps you are juggling work commitments and childcare, and would like to create some quality time together when you get the opportunity? Whatever your situation, its easy to let the summer pass us by, and wish away the weeks when we are looking forward to a trip away, a special day out or the start of a new school year. We found … Continue reading How to practice Mindfulness in the summer holidays.

Simple ways in which Mindfulness has changed my life for the better!

    Picture this.. On one particular day I allowed my intrusive thoughts to invent an unlikely scenario, and create an almighty panic attack about something that hadn’t even happened yet, and probably never would. Tears ran down my face as I convulsed with every strained breath whilst my husband stared at me, bewildered as to what was happening. Let me explain, I was suffering with Postnatal Depression, mild PTSD and anxiety at the time. I had actually been able to enjoy a short break away with my husband and son over the Christmas break when our little boy was … Continue reading Simple ways in which Mindfulness has changed my life for the better!

Why I’m so passionate about the well being of Mothers (and fathers!)

  Photo by Pixabay on Pexels., Suddenly you’re a parent… Your life has changed, but you’re not quite sure how, or for how long… Then you realise that you have slipped down your priority list… When I became a first time mum in 2016, I thought that my baby would slot into my current lifestyle with ease. For I had read the books, done the course at the hospital, looked after other people’s children… and in my head… I was going to be a natural! Oh how naive I was!! I hadn’t anticipated the nocturnal state of affairs that my … Continue reading Why I’m so passionate about the well being of Mothers (and fathers!)