Your heart is my heart, and I hold it in my hand

Sorry this one is a little gushy I’m afraid… So maybe I wrote my last blog about Amelia hop skipping and jumping into school a little too early. This week going into preschool has been a whole different story. Poor little thing has been very upset at the school gates and constantly telling us she…

Family cycling – what you need to consider when starting out

A guest post by Catherine Bedford, Dashel You only have to look around to see how many people have been bitten by the cycling bug. First people started digging old bikes out from garages and sheds to make their daily exercise more varied during lockdown and then many people decided that cycling was a far…

New shoes and those first few steps into preschool

We’re day two into our second official week of preschool now and I feel like I can finally let out a (very little) sigh of relief (and indeed draft this blog)… anything else felt like tempting fate too much. Perhaps I still am given the Government’s announcement today.. To be honest with you, I was…

5 tips to ace your lockdown workout

With so many of us working from home and being unable to get to the gym, the past few months in lockdown have definitely been challenging in terms of our everyday fitness levels and generally keeping healthy. However, working out at home really is far easier than one might think, and totally possible to commit to…

Postnatal Exercise Guide

Today the amazing Anna Cousins PT and online fitness coach provides her top tips regarding postnatal exercise. Take a read of this guest post to find out what you can do after having a baby and when, which exercises to avoid, which are safe to do and how to get that all important pelvic floor…

Toddler lockdown activities

If you’re anything like me you’ll be scratching your head for new ideas on what to you with your toddler during lockdown, especially on those overcast days when you can’t get outside… Here are some of our favourite things to do, all based on recommendations from friends and family, and our old friend Google of…