Healthy Frozen Yoghurt Granola Fruit Pops

fro yo ice pop

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Hope you are all keeping well. I am going to share my new favorite breakfast with you today. It is one I happened to discover by accident. I was making some ice pops for the babies the other day as I just bought an ice pop mould in the local shop. There were some flavored yogurts in the fridge for my toddler and I had the idea to make ice pops out of those to see what they taste like. Well we tried them later on that day and they were delicious! I was happy to find healthy snacks for the babies and they are easy to make on the cheap. read more

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The Best Exercises for People with Limited Time and no Gym Membership

exercises

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Todays post is one I decided to do for anyone like me who has limited time and no gym membership. It is a list of easy exercises that can be incorporated into any busy schedule. I myself have very limited time due to having two babies under 3 at home and no babysitter. I am working on getting back my pre-baby body and it is quite hard to get out for a walk due to their sleep patterns sometimes so I came up with an easy to remember and not too strenuous regime that can be done pretty much on the spot whenever I have a spare few minutes! It works out great for me because I can’t get to the gym and have no equipment and sometimes I only manage a spare 15 minutes here and there. read more

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My Favourite Oils for Skin and Hair Health

homemade skin and hair oil

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I decided to compile a list of my favourite oils for skin and hair health to outline the various benefits and uses of these organic and natural beauty wonders! Hope they are useful for you and teach you a bit more about them so that you will try them out in your beauty routine.

These are my top faves in alphabetical order –

Almond Oil

Almond oil is made from almonds which are actually a fruit, rather than a nut but known mainly as a nut. The oil is pressed from the fruits seeds. The ground up almonds are a gentle exfoliant and rich in vitamin E. Aids in the removal of dead skin cells and renewal of skin. When the oil is absorbed by the skin, it protects it, even having a low SPF against the rays. It has a lovely consistency and blends well. Works best when massaged into the skin. Sweet almond oil is also great for hair growth and can work brilliantly as a serum. I have curly and often prone to frizz hair so I love using it to tame my unruly mane. You only need a tiny amount as it spreads well. I also use it on my eyelashes with a cotton pad as it promotes eyelash growth so its a fabulous all-rounder. Soothing for sensitive skin. Gentle enough for babies. read more

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Why I’m Grateful for Gratitude and How it Changed my Life

Choosing positivity over negativity

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I’m a firm believer in the law of attraction and the power of positive thinking, as you may know, if you happened to read my previous post “The¬†Power of Positive Thinking”.

It all started when I decided to try out the theory of practicing gratitude daily. I read a few books about the power of positivity and the mind. I was intrigued how well it worked for me once I started to train my mind into thinking positively as much as possible. I would always look for the good side of a bad situation. The saying “always look on the bright side” comes to mind. The more I would consider myself lucky, it seemed the luckier I became! This may sound unbelievable to you and I even scoffed at the idea of this myself before I gave it a try. But I began to notice that the more positive I trained my mind to be, the more positive things began to occur in my life. read more

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