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  • 8 Nov 2014

    Getting fit with kids

    Kids don’t worry about keeping fit. They naturally spend their days running around and burning up any excess energy. You don’t see a toddler slumped in a chair for eight hours of the day, wondering why they feel so sluggish and tired. Our kids have a lot to teach us about the joyfulness of moving our bodies. Without the self-consciousness of adulthood, they dance freely to music, run effortlessly around the garden, and scale scary-looking heights without fear. Watching the way children move and use their bodies can help us remember what it felt like to be free and without excess baggage. […] more

  • 3 Oct 2014

    20 books for kids - Black History Month

    October is Black History Month and there are plenty of events taking place across the UK. The perfect place to start an education about black history is at home, and we’ve rounded up some of the best children’s books to get you started. Here are our twenty top picks for inspiring you and your children during Black History Month. […] more

  • 3 Oct 2014

    Open Day at Brockwood

    Brockwood Park School is celebrating 45 years since they opened their doors to welcome students from across the globe. Founded by Jiddu Krishnamurti and located in the beautiful Hampshire countryside, this Open Day on 15th November 2014 is a wonderful opportunity for families and friends to experience a day at Brockwood, to observe classes, take a tour, listen to presentations and of course no celebration at Brockwood would be the same without some music and refreshments! […] more

  • 9 Sep 2014

    Latest issue about simple living

    Our latest edition has a focus on simplicity. We have researched tiny homes, read plenty of simplicity blogs and rediscover books on the art of the simple life to bring you this edition packed with ideas and inspiration for how you can change your life. […] more

  • 9 Sep 2014

    Homeopathic advice for childhood fevers

    I’d like to try a Homeopathic Remedy when my child gets a fever. What do you recommend? Poppy Altmann for the College of Naturopathic Medicine offers her advice. 'Homeopathy is fantastic when children become unwell and we don’t want to resort immediately to conventional medications. It’s a gentle alternative medicine with no side effects, and it can be used by anyone, including pregnant women, newborn babies and children. Homeopathy stimulates the body’s own healing mechanism, resulting in a deeper and more permanent recovery. It can be safely used when managing a fever. Rather than reducing the temperature, which could interrupt the natural processes, remedies will help the child to settle and become more comfortable.' […] more

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