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Tell me what you know about Night Terrors..? Nothing.

Last week as indeed a challenging week as a mother and parent. Our little one woke up in the middle of the night and couldn’t be comforted. Me and my hubby tried everything – water, milk, food, rocking, cuddling, singing, even walking around the room, but her wailing escalated beyond our capabilities to handle it. […]

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How to achieve ‘functional fitness’ in middle age without injuring yourself

The 40’s might be the new 20’s but let’s face it, middle aged is as middle age gets. These days, it’s all about getting fit without killing myself in the process. As I enter my mid 40’s I find high impact sport choices, giving way to shorter more effective workouts. Now, “Functional fitness” is the […]

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Power in my Pocket! Say bye-bye to PMS …

What a hectic week! I’m not even back home yet as I pen this quick post. Anyway, I’ve been feeling low on energy this week and was wondering “why so out of character” and then, my period came unexpectedly. Wow, no wonder I was so run down. Lucky for me I had backup. My life […]

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Health Benefits of Celery Seed Oil

Entering life in the mid 40’s has been challenging. With a brand new toddler in tow, sometimes I feel like my internal organs are worse for wear and tear. I can’t seem to bounce back from tiredness as quickly as just a mere half decade ago, if you get what I’m saying. Also .. the […]

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How to Travel Pregnant and Stay Healthy: 5 Essential Tips

Looking after your health is a top priority when you’re pregnant, and there are extra considerations to be made when you travel. Take these essential tips into account and you’ll be enjoying a worry-free holiday in no time. Learn everything you need to know about vaccinations While inactivated vaccinations are safe for pregnant women, live […]

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White Angelica in troubled times

“You have to keep breaking your heart until it opens” Rumi February has been an extremely challenging and draining month. It ended with the passing away of a fit, strong athlete and friend, and not of her own doing. She fought to wake from her coma for 2.5 months after being hit by a car […]

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Palo Santo.. Sacred wood

I found a new love this February, and it’s called, Palo Santo! I’ve also been a bit of a cardio junkie, whose been trying to calm down and incorporate more yoga in her life with much success, but more about that in another post. Back to Palo Santo. It has got a sweet yet woody […]

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