If you’re about to start working from home, you might be feeling pretty pleased with yourself. You can kiss goodbye to your morning and evening commutes and, all being well, you might be able to enjoy a better work-life balance. Happy days! Of course, life’s not usually that simple though. Like lots of remote workers,
Buying a homecoming prom dress sure isn’t easy. There are a number of ways that us ladies make the experience a heartbreaking nightmare! Here are a few do’s and don’ts when it comes to finding the right prom dress that wears well and suits your body type with the least amount of stress or trouble.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m currently training for a half marathon. To assist me with my training I’ve been trying to keep record of my progress so I can give myself goals to achieve! I’ve been using MapMyRun over the past couple of months to track my progress and its been suiting
When it comes to working up a sweat, sometimes it’s good to go back to the basics. Stacy Berman, founder of Stacy’s Bootcamp in NYC created a full-body, no-equipment needed, cardio circuit workout that targets the entire body and blasts calories in only 20 minutes! “The great thing about these exercises is that they can
This year I’ve challenged myself to run the Eden Project half marathon on Sunday 19th October 2014 in aid of Children with Cancer UK. It’ll be my first race that I’ve taken part in (bar the 3km Santa Fun Run, that I ended up walking anyway!), as a novice runner. Around 3,600 children and young people
I was lucky enough to interview the ever-popular Jo who blogs over at Slummy Single Mummy. She’s given us a sneak peak insider to the secrets of her blogging success! Can you tell us something about your blogging journey? My blog is called Slummy single mummy – www.slummysinglemummy.com. I started it in 2009 as a