Posts in Health & Wellbeing
The invisible load … making the invisible, visible for a happier and healthier life for the whole family!

When it comes to taking care of your home and your children would you say you’re happy with your share of responsibilities?


Do you feel like you’re doing way more than your fair share of unpaid work?

If you feel like you’re bearing the greater load and you’ve tried to get your partner to help and you simple feel like a nag and nothing seems to change…then this is the podcast for you!

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Do you need help to overcome workplace bullying or school bullying?

This podcast is real and raw. Dr Rosina tears up as Jessica shares her personal story of being bullied over many years and is inspired by her courage and passion to help others.

Jessica Hickman is the founder of Bullyology and author of ‘The Bullyologist: Breaking the Silence on Bullying’. After suffering extensive workplace bullying herself, Jessica Hickman turned a negative situation into a positive learning and now dedicates her work to preventing bullying in workplaces, online and schools.

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Is my child overweight or obese?

In this third interview Is my child overweight or obese? 

Deb Blakey from Kids Dig Food, and I explore whether you should be worried about your child’s weight, and if your child is overweight you’ll learn what is helpful and what isn’t helpful in supporting your child to have a healthy body weight.  Our focus is to provide you with information and ideas so you can make the right choices for your family. Click here to listen

In this interview you’ll learn about:

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Does your child know the benefits and the harms of technology?

We all know what it can be like when our child has an emotional meltdown – and it can happen over the littlest thing – like the toast being cut the wrong way!  What about the supermarket meltdown when you say “no” to the junk food or latest toy! OR when you ask the kids to come off the technology!

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Excessive screen use can cause physical, social and psychological harms to your children

Whether it is a phone, tablet, TV or computer - technology is part of most adults’ everyday life. And it is not uncommon for a parent to pass a phone or tablet to a child to keep her amused so they can finish a task. The question is “when can technology safely be part of our children’s lives”?

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Shaping your teens good eating habits and healthy attitude to food

Teens and body image

With all of the issues around body image and peer pressure to eat certain things, to look a certain way – it’s hard for teens to know what a healthy diet looks like and of course we want to help them develop great habits to hold them in good stead for life!

Many parents worry about how they’re going to save their teen/pre-teen from a lifelong struggle with being obsessed with their weight and instead learn to focus on health. As a parent you can make a huge different by creating good foundations for life-long health

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Healthy eating for parents: being a good role model for your family.

I’m excited to share our first interview in our 4 part series on FOOD and your family: how to develop a stress-free, healthy and balanced lifestyle for everyone from toddler to teen.

As a parent, you want to live a long and happy life so you can watch your kids grow to become healthy and happy adults and have their own families. All parents want to be good role models for their children BUT many parents have grown up NOT having a healthy relationship with food themselves.

Does any of this this sound familiar to you? 

  • “I can’t have chips, chocolate biscuits, ice-cream in the house, because I’ll eat the lot”, OR
  • “I know that sugar, carbs, deep fried foods are Bad and only fresh organic veges are good BUT I always go for the bad stuff…especially when I’m upset”. OR
  • Are you on the never ending cycle of diet, lose weight look and feel good… increase weight then diet again? Or
  • Do you start all kinds of different diets looking for the magic one and give up after a few days and feel like a failure?
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