Stress Awareness Month – 9 tips to reduce stress (AD)

AD. Did you know that April is National Stress Awareness Month? With the new financial year starting in April for lots of businesses, and self-employed people, it doesn’t come as a surprise to me! In April I always find myself spinning lots of plates. I have a tax return that I want to get filed as early as possible. There are lots of family Birthdays and it is the time of the year when our social calendar always begins to fill up. Today I want to share with you 9 tips to reduce stress. Hopefully, these tips will help you during National Stress Awareness Month and beyond!

Stress Awareness Month

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How to Beat the Winter Blues (AD)

AD. With the coldest time of the year quickly approaching, it’s always a rush to get ready for the conditions and prepare to settle down for the months ahead. When it’s freezing outside, you may feel a little more lethargic and not want to do anything with your days off but that’s exactly the opposite of what you should do. You need to make the most of the shorter days: below are some suggestions of ways to tackles the blues and really make the most of your time.

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Affordable egg donation for UK patients  (AD)

AD. Today I’ve got a collaborative guest post for you from Egg Donation Friends. As someone who had fertility treatment myself, to have my daughter Daisy, I hope this will be useful for someone out there!

Egg donation – who is it for? The majority of fertility patients interested in egg donation treatment are female patients over 38 or 40 years of age, patients with poor response to hormonal stimulation of ovaries, low AMH results or low-quality eggs. If you live in the UK, have been trying to conceive for over two years and are under 40, you are eligible for a maximum of 3 IVF cycles on the NHS. However, if you are over 40, you can have only one free IVF cycle.

Daisy at one day old - Global FPIES Day

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Get your life back and avoid joint pain with the WellWrap (AD)

AD. Back in 2015, when I was pregnant with my daughter, I began to suffer from problems in my knee. This was despite losing weight during my pregnancy and staying active. Eventually, I was diagnosed with bursitis and finally arthritis. This means that I regularly suffer from twinges and pains in my knee joint. I’ve been using painkillers, and I have had physiotherapy, but I am always interested in learning about new problems that might be able to help me, without taking strong pain-killers throughout the day.

WellWrap - Say Goodbye to dangerous addictions

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5 places my child has vomited

My beautiful daughter Daisy was born in March 2016. The first few days of her life were amazing, with her being a great sleeper and feeding really well. After that, on the 1st of April, she surprised us with her first bout of projectile vomit. Since then Daisy has been diagnosed with FPIES. FPIES is an allergy syndrome that causes Daisy to have projectile vomiting episodes when she is having a reaction to a food she is allergic to. Today I want to share a slightly light-hearted look at what it is like dealing with a poorly child – by talking about 5 places my child has vomited.

5 places my child has vomited

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