How to Get Healthy for Free and with Minimal Time – Single Mum, Parents Article

Often when we see someone who is fit and healthy, we think, “they must have lots of spare time and the money to be healthy and exercise.” What we don’t realize is that many of these people simply live smart to achieve their health and fitness. Being helathy and getting fit doesn’t have to cost a fortune or take up lots of your time. You just need to get smart with the following habits. Eat Healthily The healthiest food is…

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10 Tips for visiting Canada – Single Mum, Parents Article

Planning a trip to Canada this winter? Here are a few things to know before you set off: 1. You may need a visa or eTA. Before you even think about visiting Canada, you need to get a visa or electronic travel authorsation in place. If you arrive in Canada without the correct visa or authorisation in place they can put you straight back on a plane home again. Canada is part of the Commonwealth, but that doesn’t mean you…

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Bringing Music Education Into Your Child’s Life: How To and Why It Is Necessary – Single Mum, Parents Article

As parents, we always want what is best for our children. As a single parent, you face more challenges with trying to make sure you can be everywhere and do everything for and with your children by yourself. It is easy to get stressed out and overwhelmed by the weight of things.  Education is something that every parent wants to give their children, to equip them with knowledge so that they can build upon their skills and create a successful…

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My favourite resources for kids’ health – Single Mum, Parents Article

Being a parent can be a tricky business, especially when it comes to keeping children healthy. We all want our children to be healthy throughout their lives, and as a parent I see it as my responsibility to do everything I can to ensure that happens. Here are a few kids’ health resources I use along the way: Keeping a digital record of medical appointments Visiting the doctor can be confusing, especially with children in tow. It can be hard…

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A Guide To Creating A High Frequency Home – Single Mum, Parents Article

Creating a high frequency home can help you on your spiritual path. Frequency can refer to the vibration, or ‘energy’ of a home. The higher this is, the better the occupants will feel! As we tend to spend a lot of time at home, it’s a good idea to increase your home’s frequency whenever you feel it needs it.  For some, this may need to be more often than others, as certain buildings and areas can carry a heavier energy.…

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MOT: What you need to know – Single Mum, Parents Article

We all know that an MOT test is a legal requirement, but what does the test actually entail? All cars over 3 years old in the UK must pass an MOT every year to show they are safe to be on the road. It is illegal to drive a car in the UK without a valid MOT certificate, so it’s important to remember to book a test before your current MOT runs out. What does MOT mean? MOT stands for…

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Your Best Pregnancy with Rennie – Single Mum, Parents Article

Note: this post is an advertisement in collaboration with Rennie. I have been compensated for my time. Every pregnancy is different, and I have to say I was very lucky in my pregnancy with S. I have friends who have suffered with hyperemesis gravidarum (where “morning sickness” becomes “all day sickness for nine months”). I know people who had high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, terrible headaches, and all sorts of terrible things that really made them miserable. Although my pregnancy…

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A Mother’s Day world record attempt you could be a part of – Single Mum, Parents Article

Mother’s Day is this weekend. It’s not usually a big deal for us; S is being taken shopping to buy me a gift, but we’re not planning anything major for the day. This year though, there’s something else to celebrate. WishYoo and NO MORE have partnered to celebrate Mother’s Day with the Global Mother’s Day Card. NO MORE works to support survivors of domestic violence and end sexual assault and the Global Mother’s Day Card is a charity year-round event…

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When your feelings are hurt – Single Mum, Parents Article

We all have times when our feelings are hurt. Being in the online space, I’ve had my fair share of unpleasant comments over the years. Often we find that in a sea of positive comments, one person says something negative or unkind, and that bursts our bubble and sends us into a spiral of despair over how utterly awful we must be. There are endless articles on the internet about what to do if someone hurts your feelings, but I…

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7 Tips for Better Cash Flow in a Small Business – Single Mum, Parents Article

The number one problem for the majority of small businesses is cash flow. Some time ago a business friend and mentor told me that it’s not a lack of orders that will usually break a business; it’s a lack of organised cash flow. Numerous businesses, large and small, have failed because of a lack of cash flow; it’s important to get it right. Here are 7 tips for better cash flow in your small business. 1 Invoice promptly Many businesses…

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