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It's nearly that time of the year again. When everything feels in transition as the seasons change. On top of that, Daylight Savings Time is coming up, much to the frustration of parents everywhere who have just gotten their little ones on a solid sleep schedule. Light that manages to peek its way through curtains can be just enough to wake even the best of wee sleepers. If your minis are like ours, they’ve gone through their troubled wake-sleep-wake-sleep schedule and come out the other end with a relatively healthy handle on the entire thing. Bedtime is good, night time is heavenly…but mornings…mornings are catastrophic. Why and how do our miniature sleeping cherubs seemingly bound out of bed the second there is even the tiniest glimpse of daylight on the horizon? That minuscule fragment of light outside convinces them that it is time to get up — even though their poor, knackered...

Sponsored by Platinum Naturals Let’s face it – staying healthy today requires an action plan. Every day, our bodies face challenges due to: Stress Processed and fatty food Pollution A combination of good nutrition, exercise, and multivitamin supplementation will replace nutrients lost by these stressors and give your body what it needs for optimal health. At one time, we only took multivitamins to treat deficiencies. Now they are recognized as an important means of achieving and maintaining good health. When taken to support a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle, multivitamins ensure that we get everything we need to look and feel our best. Why Take a Multi? Multivitamins deliver the most benefit when you choose the right formula for your requirements. A good quality supplement should promote health in the following areas: Nervous system: Magnesium and B vitamins support the health of your nervous system and increase resilience under stress. Heart: Coenzyme Q10 is a...

Eve Gane | Blogger | Close to Simple
You try to eat well, exercise, drink lots of water and get a good night’s sleep. But could your beauty and skincare routine be full of harmful chemicals that are sabotaging your health? It’s easy to turn to the ingredients list on your shampoo bottle and feel totally lost in their long scientific names. With just a few tips, you’ll be decoding them in no time! You'll also have a better understanding of what to watch out for the next time you’re scanning the makeup aisle.

Emily Elliot We've all been there. Whether it's a long travel day abroad, or you’re stuck at your local airport, sourcing holistic solutions on the fly can be a challenge. Tucking a few simple things into your carry-on luggage can help tide over hunger, soothe that stubborn nausea, and support restful sleep after hours of plane connections and tricky time changes. With the winter travel season in full swing, these five natural health ideas might just be the ticket to ease and balance that your itinerary (and body!) have been wishing for. Protein boost and an electrolyte pack On long days of travel, especially in unknown countries, hunger and dehydration can sneak up on you. Nutrition bars are easy to throw in your purse or fanny pack in preparation for a day trip. Look for bars with a high protein content (around 20 grams), for a satiating effect and boost of energy until...