5 Reasons To Prioritize Your Mental Health

Mental health is often one of the most overlooked aspects of our lives. We are so focused on our physical health, careers, relationships, and other responsibilities that we forget to take care of our mental well-being. However, it is just as important! In fact, your mental health should be one of your top priorities. Here are five reasons why: Via Pexels Your Mental Health Is Essential To Your Overall Well-Being Your mental health plays … [Read more...]

The Importance of Mental Health in Schools

Today's youth are on track to be the first generation of children who, by age 18, will have a shorter life expectancy than their parents.  The primary cause for this startling statistic is our children's unprecedented levels of stress.   Although it is often hard to pinpoint the precise reasons for the increased stress, statistics suggest that the rise of mental health problems in children and adolescents can be directly linked to the … [Read more...]

How to Improve Your Confidence by Putting Your Health First

If you feel that you’ve been paying less attention to your health and wellbeing, and your confidence levels have also been sliding at the same time, there’s a pretty high chance that those two issues are connected to one another. That’s why it’s important to tackle the issue in a joint way. Working on your health and taking steps that you feel will help your confidence can be tough in tandem, and the ideas below show you how. Learn How to … [Read more...]

How Common is Childhood Cancer … and What Symptoms Should You Look Out For?

According to the WHO, cancer accounted for over 10 million deaths globally in 2020 alone, translating to nearly one in six deaths.  https://pixabay.com/photos/pink-ribbon-3715345/ While most people see cancer as a set of diseases affecting adults, the truth is that cancer affects children too. Luckily cancer is treatable, especially if detected early.  This post focuses on cancer causes, from its prevalence to the signs to look out … [Read more...]

A Few Changes To Make To Your Morning Routine To Boost Your Whole Day

Do you ever feel like you had a great morning, but by the end of the day, you just didn't have the energy to do anything? Well, you can make a few tweaks to your morning routine that will help boost your energy and mood throughout the day. So here are a few changes to make to your morning routine to help improve your whole day! Via Pexels Wake Up A Few Minutes Earlier So You Have Time To Relax  If you're like most people, your mornings … [Read more...]

You Can Give Your Energy A Boost In These Ways

Many of us often feel as though we don’t quite have the energy we would like to have. And yet, because we all know the benefits of having a lot of energy, it’s something that you would want to work on. After all, when you have a lot of energy, it makes everything easier. You get out of bed in the morning ready to tackle the day, you get more done at work, you enjoy your leisure time more, and you have a greater ability to play with the kids or … [Read more...]

Top Tips to Help You Quit Smoking as a Parent

It can be extremely difficult to quit smoking, but as a parent, it is a great idea to stop. This will ensure you are a good role model to your children and can better help them overcome the peer pressure they will inevitably receive at school and deter them from smoking. More often than not, children are more likely to pick up smoking when they have friends or family around them that smoke.  Image credit If you can quit smoking, you will … [Read more...]

How School teaches P.E and Wellbeing in Kids

Physical education is essential for the development of motor skills and coordination in children. It also helps them to develop their social skills by working together in groups. Furthermore, it instils a sense of fair play and competition and can help to reduce childhood obesity. Lessons can include a range of activities such as team sports, individual sports, dance, and gymnastics.  Health and wellbeing are also important aspects that should … [Read more...]

How to choose the right baby formula for the first time

After a normal birth, the baby first attaches to the breast in the delivery room. And during 1-2 months the baby usually gets food after 3 hours, that is, feeding 7 times a day: 6.00, 9.00, 12.00, 15.00, 18.00, 21.00124.00. After that, there is a night break - 6 hours. Some babies wake up at night crying - the mother decides individually whether the baby needs to be fed at night. Gradually the baby will disturb at night less and less often, and … [Read more...]

Fun Ways To Keep Your Kids Active During The School Year

It's no secret that kids are becoming increasingly inactive these days. With all of the technology at their fingertips, it's easy for them just to stay glued to a screen all day long. But as parents, we know this isn't good for them in the long run. It can lead to some significant health problems down the road. Via Pexels That's why it's so essential for us to get our kids active during the school year. And luckily, there are plenty of ways … [Read more...]