Collaborative Post¦ Although being a parent is one of life’s greatest joys, it is also one of life’s greatest responsibilities. This is something most new parents aren’t quite aware of when making a commitment to bring lovely babies into this world, but it is true, nonetheless. We expect that being young means that we will be healthy enough to raise them through adulthood, but are we really as healthy as we think we are?
While I was laying in bed last week, I realised that I don’t use the blog for life updates nearly as much as I used to. Along with other content, it used to very much be a diary of Autumn’s first couple of years. I miss that! So, it’s not the most positive life update, but we finally got Covid-19 after just over two years of waiting for it to enter our household.
Collaborative Post¦ When you first notice that you are starting to lose your hair, there are a lot of complicated emotions. Some men are resigned to it, having grown up around older relatives with very little going on up top. For others, it can be a nasty shock, and something that they get very worried about. There are two important things to remember when it comes to hair loss. The first is that it happens to a lot more people than you might think. The second is that you do have options, this is not something that you need to simply accept. Here are a few ways you can change your situation.
Guest Post¦ If you’ve been thinking about buying a hot tub, you may be a bit apprehensive. After all, a hot tub is a big expense and you don’t want to end up with an unused, unloved item taking up space in your garden.
But there are numerous benefits to owning a hot tub and I’m willing to bet that, if you buy a hot tub, after you’ve reaped some of those benefits, you’ll fall in love with your purchase and will use your hot tub far more than you ever thought you would.
So, what are the benefits of a hot tub?
We recently took Maisie to the groomers. When we collected her, she looked absolutely beautiful. However, I was in for a nasty surprise. During the groom, her groomer had spotted some small fleas around her tail area. I hadn’t noticed any signs from her behaviour and fortunately, things were early on. This would hopefully allow us to nip things in the bud quickly. Several years ago when Cassie had fleas, we used flea bombs and sprays from pet shops which worked well. Yet, with a crawling baby in the house I was not keen on taking this approach again. I remember how the sprays and bombs got into my chest and made me cough. I definitely wouldn’t like my young children to breathe it in. So, how could I effectively get rid of the fleas?