With schools and nurseries in Scotland unlikely to return until August, and with the schools and nurseries being closed since mid-march. Finding fun ways to keep our little ones entertained and occupied whilst we are indoor, is beginning to wear thin. I’ve spent many hours searching through Pinterest, FB groups
As lockdown is set to continue in Scotland. Meaning even more time away from family and friends. A great way reach out to your loved ones is to send them cards, letters or maybe even gifts. Today I am reviewing a personalised pair of socks from Printsfield. Who Or What
CBD oil has become more widely available in recent years. With claims that the benefits can help people who suffer from anxiety, depression and chronic pain. I have been kindly gifted a bottle of CBD Oil from Reakiro, which I have been using for a few weeks now. Keep reading
With the UK currently being in lockdown social distancing and staying at home to protect ourselves, our families and fellow humans is the new normal for the foreseeable future. it’s hard not to feel isolated, overwhelmed and anxious. After the first few days it can become tedious, boring and somewhat
Disclosure – This is collaboration post Most of us take good eyesight for granted and we don’t realize how difficult life can be for somebody living with vision impairments. Even though we understand that being blind is very challenging and poses a lot of practical problems, we never really consider
Parenting is hard, don’t let anyone tell you any different. As parents, we want to do our absolute best for our kids. We are plagued with doubt as to whether we are doing the right thing! It can feel like an uphill battle that you are never thanked for, but
Hello and welcome back to Shining The Spotlight series. A series where I’ve been showcasing posts from others who have chronic illness and disabilities to attempt in raising awareness of our varying illnesses and disabilities. Today’s post features Iris from The Dreaming Panda. Before I had you over to Iris.
Hello and welcome back to another Shining The Spotlight on Chronic Illness & Disability post. I am so thankful for each and every one of the participants who have shared their chronic illness and disability journey with me and my readers. Today’s post features Sheryl of A Chronic Voice. Introduce
Hello and welcome back to Shining The Spotlight on Chronic Illness & Disabilities. Today’s post features Pamela. A fellow spoonie who has previously featured on Parenting In Pain. Introduce Yourself And Tell Us A bit About You? I live in Langford, BC, just outside of Victoria. I’m happily married to
Hello and welcome back to my Shining The Spotlight On Chronic Illness & Disabilities series. Today’s interview is with Barbara Moore of Catch Your Breath 60. Introduce Yourself And Tell Us A bit About You? My name is Barbara Moore. I am a former Business Instructor at a career college.
Chronic pain caused by conditions such as Fibromyalgia very rarely reacts to pain medication. I know from my own experience and from talking to others who suffer from chronic pain, they don’t feel any relief from over the counter or prescribed painkillers. I’ve been looking into alternative methods that might
For me reading isn’t that big a deal I’m not one to be found with my nose constantly in a book. When I do read I will tend to go for something that’s easy going and is normally non-fiction. I was recently given the opportunity to read and review a