Don’t limit screen time for your children — the tech guru’s rules
July 12, 2019 at 1:14 pm
A lot of children have reason to envy ten-year-old Jaeden Davison and his eight-year-old sister, Ocean. They each have an iPhone, tablet and computer, run their own YouTube channels, manage an online shop and their parents aren’t constantly nagging them to get off their screens. In fact, there are no daily screen-time limits (although there […]
How do you deal with Care Fees for a Loved One?
June 11, 2019 at 12:03 pm
No doubt you are busy with many pressing matters and now a loved one is needing care. Not many of us have much experience of how to deal with and it’s a daunting time too. Big decisions need to be made and the Care Fees can be costly. Did you know you have options? Not […]
Exam Stress, Panic and Supporting your Child
May 18, 2019 at 1:40 pm
Anxiety is rife amongst young people, with one in six experiencing serious anxiety.   During exams, stress can get overwhelming. As a parent, it is important and incredibly helpful to support your child by ensuring they have time off studying, eat healthily, get enough sleep and plan their work schedule sensibly.   Recognising stress   […]
Teenagers are risk-takers: teach them first aid
May 7, 2019 at 7:58 pm
1 in 3 Brits don’t know how to perform CPR. This makes our citizens three times more likely to die from a cardiac arrest, than those living in countries which teach first aid skills. This frustrating statistic is in itself is a reason to teach first aid to teenagers. Add to this the fact that […]
Tackling exam stress
April 26, 2019 at 4:36 pm
Tackling exam stress  Louise Coyle Cognitive-behavioural hypnotherapist and EFT practitioner Changing Times Hypnotherapy  The exam season is looming for many families – because it isn’t just the teenagers who suffer from exam stress, it can be the whole family. Parents worry about their children’s future, worry that they aren’t doing enough work, or worry that […]
Beating exam stress and anxiety with healthy habits and brain foods
April 26, 2019 at 3:59 pm
By Tina
Which types of food can improve memory and concentration instantly? Much of today’s diet is highly processed and comes with an abundance of high fat, sugar and salt all beautifully packed up for us in fancy enticing packaging whether its energy drinks, ready meals, protein shakes and so on. So many of these products contain […]
IS YOUR CHILD STRESSED OVER EXAMS? WHY NOT TRY DOTERRA ESSENTIAL OILS
April 22, 2019 at 10:39 am
doTerra Essential oils can be a great support during exams and are perfect for study and concentration, de-stressing and relaxation, motivating and energising. combating sleep issues and fighting germs – all things that will affect how students cope with these important times in their lives. Essential oils have been used for centuries and are naturally […]
Female Financial Empowerment
March 8, 2019 at 5:45 pm
Women’s state pension age matched men’s for the first time late last year. This meant a lot of women born in the 1950’s have to wait about another 6 years to get their state pension. As a result many women are facing financial hardship. By 2020 the age for both sexes rises to age 66 […]
Young KAOS 2019 Art Competition
February 18, 2019 at 5:17 pm
Inviting young artists age 16-19 to enter the Young KAOS 2019 Art Competition for an opportunity to win prizes and have your artwork exhibited alongside professional artists during Kingston Artist Open Studios 8th/9th and 15/16th June 2019. To enter visit: http://www.kingstonartistsopenstudios.co.uk/young-kaos/ Entry Deadline Friday 22nd March 2019.
Relationship issues during the Menopause
February 1, 2019 at 2:41 pm
By pamc
Here is the latest question received by Relationship Expert Pam Custers from a client experiencing relationship issues just at the point that she was going through the Menopause.    The Question: Hi I have been married for twenty years. We have two great children and I have a doting husband. My life is full as […]
5 Unusual Valentine’s Day Dates in London
January 23, 2019 at 5:37 pm
Valentine’s day and Saint Valentine has been associated with romantic love since the time of Chaucer in the middle ages when 14th February was a feast day. The first Valentine’s Day was in the year 496 and it continues to be popular today as a celebration of love all over the world. Traditionally flowers and […]
Time for a Financial Health Check?
January 21, 2019 at 11:27 am
Here are some common considerations to ask yourself to check if your financial wellbeing is on track.   Need a clear picture of where you stand financially? Know you need to get on top of your finances but keep putting it off? Feel overwhelmed with information sent to you but don’t know who to have […]