Screen time is any time spent watching or interacting with TVs, computers, video games, tablets, and smartphones. It is commonly recommended that children’s screen time is limited daily, as it impacts upon wellbeing, learning, and development. Screen time can positively influence a child, particularly when: The parent participates to assist the child in making good... Continue Reading →
We all need a bit of balance in our lives. Too often are we swept in in the "I must..." 's and the "I should be..." 's, and we forget how important it is to practice a bit of self care. We need to make sure our petrol tanks are full to perform our best... Continue Reading →
Three of the most helpful tools for preventing a panic attack which can be used anytime, anywhere, and without any tools.
Shin splints (technically called medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS), but who has time for dat). If you’ve got them, there is no doubt they are causing you come grief. Shin splints are most often experienced by athletes or people who exercise regularly during running About 2 weeks ago I had the pleasure of stepping off... Continue Reading →