We all have those moments, hours, days, weeks, years when we feel like throwing in the towel, especially when it comes to committing to a completely new way of eating/living. What do I do to get through times like these? Here's a post I shared with the women in my 22 Days To CHANGE challenge today, that I thought might be useful for you all too. :-) Enjoy!Read More
Since my diagnosis in 2004 and slowly changing my diet and lifestyle to one of abundance - eating fresh fruit and vegetables, whole grains and starches, combined with regular exercise and lots of water, even my pregnancy weight (and a little eating too much nut butter with dates whilst studying weight...) has come off at a steady but consistent rate.
It might not seem like much but at my heaviest I weighed over 100kg and I have now lost close to 40kg!Read More
I have to admit it. Like many of you, I stay up in front of a screen most nights. Sometimes I’m watching all of my many stories on the television, sometimes I’m ‘working’ on my laptop (also known as arsing about, and even more often I am hiding under my blankets beside a sleeping infant scrolling through social media like the addict that I am.Read More
Pretty much every baby I’ve had the pleasure of knowing has at one time or other had Cradle Cap.
Cradle Cap is a skin condition often seen in babies that is caused by an excessive production of sebum, characterised by areas of yellowish or brownish scales on the top of the head. The severity varies from mild to quite severe although it does not appear to cause infants much discomfort.