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New years always get us nostalgic for the past. We start thinking of a simpler time – you know, the kind when kids played outdoors, using nothing more than their imagination.
But we’re pretty certain we’re just struck down with a serious case of grass-is-greener. Because childhoods in the early 20 th century weren’t just different. In most cases, they were far more difficult too. Let’s face it, kids have it much easier in this millennium.
We got in touch with Sonia Lloyd, Owner and Founder of Rasasara
Skinfood, Ayurvedic Skincare
, to learn a bit about how to stay young
mentally and physically. Having studied traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic
dietetics and embraced the classical Buddhist philosophy, we figured she’d know
a thing or two about tapping into your internal youth!
To celebrate International Women's Day, we asked our favourite female bloggers and influencers to give some advice to their younger self. The responses we got were funny, heartwarming...and above all, they were inspirational. See for yourself here...
Few of us have any difficulty convincing our parents to indulge us in the occasional babysitting job. After all, they’re as invested in those cute chubby faces, pudgy toes and dimpled knuckles as you are (aren’t they so damn irresistible?). But here are 5 persuasive techniques to keep the old folks on board, just in case.
There are creative ways to help get fussy kids to eat their food, to juggle that balance between tasty and healthy, because kids often have trouble accepting that the two can go hand-in-hand. That’s what this week’s post is all about … dinner recipes your kids will love, crammed full of goodness and flavour.