Cygnet Art School – Online Art Classes

This year has seen a significant rise in online classes. With Covid still on the prowl, online classes for children, teens and even adults have become extremely popular. Online Art Classes are perfect for anyone of any age looking to do something creative. Practising creativity is proven to boost mental health and be a form…

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Digital Detox Day 2020: My Experience

Hi there! Long time no see! Sorry for being MIA the last week and a bit but yesterday was Digital Detox Day and before that, I was away on a family holiday in Wales. If you’d like to get some insight to what that was like, sign up for my newsletter where I will discuss…

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How to tackle your Sleep Demon

You know that voice in your head that only seems to pop up as you close your eyes and rest your head to sleep? That small amount of anxiety that only seems to surface when you’re trying to end the day? That’s, what I call, a Sleep Demon. It’s like a sinister and malevolent version…

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How to Handle Mum Guilt

This post is proudly brought to you by Heather from http://parent-pop.com/. She has a great blog that you should go check out! I also did a guest post for her about learning activities for children with Autism and ADHD. Click here to give it a read! How to Handle Mum Guilt I think if you…

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#MakingOverMotherhood

Next week is Maternal Mental Health Awareness week. Bit of a mouthful but nevertheless very important! When I was pregnant with my first baby, I didn’t know anything about mental health issues after birth. I just thought, you have the baby and that’s it! You just have to cope. Anyway, how could you ever feel…

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Movies Made For Comfort

During this time, I want to help keep people’s spirits up as much as possible. Since we’re all stuck inside with more time on our hands, it’s easy to get wrapped up in this COVID-19 chaos, doom and gloom. We could all use a little mental escape and what better way than curling up on…

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Keyboard Warrior or Keyboard Worrier?

This week was the first time I rage quit Facebook. I actually got so angry at people on Facebook that I closed the whole app and wanted to completely abandon it. Now, people on Facebook can be annoying and small-minded and, yes, I’ve rolled my eyes and left the app but never felt rage from…

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Lock Down Daily Routine For Toddlers

Here in the UK, we have been told that, as of this week, we are on lock down. This means we are to stay in our homes as much as possible and only leave for essential reasons. The introvert in me wants to celebrate but the mother in me dreads this time. How do people…

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You Can’t Bubble Bath and Candle Your Way To Self Love

After the devistating news of Caroline Flack hit the media this week, my social media has been bombarded with #BeKind and Self love content. I would like to clarify I 100% support the #BeKind movement however a lot of content advising people about self love is unhelpful. As I scroll through my feeds, I see…

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