The menopause is an important stage in a woman’s life, a key time marking the end of their periods. This process typically affects women between the age of 45 and 55, with them often experiencing a range of symptoms. As the body adapts to a new normal, you may experience discomfort and unfamiliarity, which can in turn affect your quality of sleep. Whilst this is common, it can be far from pleasant, which is why we have compiled our 5 top tips on how to get to sleep when going through the menopause. Sometimes just knowing that other women are going through similar things can be really helpful.
This Oreo Milkshake is just delicious and so easy to make at home. Perfect for a weekend or movie night drink. As this is a special milkshake we go all out here with the full-fat milk, ice cream and whipped cream. It is decadent, delicious and oh so chocolaty without being overpowering thanks to using Oreos for flavouring rather than chocolate.
This recipe is for simply chewy flapjacks, you know the type – all moist and yummy. Flapjacks have always been a big favourite here in The Mad House with all the family and we have been making different types for years. It might only have 5 ingredients and that includes the chocolate that tops them, the secret is all about how you handle them and I am willing to share that secret with you, so keep on reading!
Starting school, Tips for Parents is a round-up of all my and others’ precious knowledge of things that would have made that first day of school and subsequent days in the classroom so much easier. Looking back at my children’s education experience, there are so many things that I wish I had known before they started school: tips, tricks and things that made my life easier and helped me help them.
Staying in shape can be difficult at the best of times, let alone when you have a family to take care of! Of course, your kids are always the priority, so your sit-ups and burpees can sometimes fall by the wayside. Instead, you might have to think of other alternatives to keep fit, as you do need to look after yourself as well! That’s why we’ve decided to take a look at some simple ways you can stay in shape when you’re parenting and don’t have the luxury of time. Let’s get into it.
Chicago is one of the most exciting, bustling cities in the world. However, with all of this commotion, the danger within the city is certain to be more present than it is in your small town. If you’re travelling with a family, you want to know that you’re taking all the necessary precautions to keep you and your children safe. Thankfully, doing so has become easier than ever thanks to this guide going over the essential tips you need to know for a safe trip to Chicago in 2022:
There may come a time in your life when you decide to go from being a couple to welcoming a baby into your home. Alternatively, you may consider adopting, fostering, or even having a second child. Whatever your reason, it can be essential to ensure that the home you live in is adequate enough for catering to the needs of a child. This may involve selling the home you currently reside in for one that will be better suited.
One of our greatest fears as a parent is that our child is being bullied and now with the prevalence of mobile phones and social media it has opened a whole new side to abuse – cyberbullying or online bullying. It can be really hard to get your child to open up about being bullied, the signs can be difficult to spot and with cyberbullying, and it can be even more problematic as it isn’t confined to “in-person” bullying and abuse, and that’s why it’s crucial to stay safe on social media.
How to save on back-to-school shopping was originally a paid collaborative post in conjunction with My Voucher Codes back in 2018 and updated in 2022. I would love to think that I am an organised Mum but half the time I am a fly-by-the-seat of my pants mum, however, when it comes to saving money I am on it! Raising children is expensive and any penny I can save means that I can spend it somewhere else, preferably on something fun.
University open days are a great way to help your son or daughter decide which university to choose. They can be somewhat overwhelming and also not all open days are created equally, so in order to help your child get the most out of their visit, we have put together this guide from a parent’s perspective. A lot of people ask if visiting potential universities is worthwhile, personally, I feel that by exploring the campus and surrounding areas my child is better placed to determine whether they can really see themselves studying there for at least the next three years. They can also get a good understanding of the courses offered. more »