With recent temperatures soaring, and the shops full of tempting textures and textiles, this is the month to tastefully transition your look from spring to summer without being caught out by a cold snap. I love the month of May but it can also be a challenging month to lookRead More →

The Easter Parade Call it uncertainty surrounding Brexit (yes – I used the “B” word) but there’s definitely a ‘making the most of the clothes you own’ mood permeating the atmosphere and even I’m not immune says Stephanie Berkeley… In the past, I’ve spouted the “buy less and wear more”Read More →

Author and mum-of-four from Bangor, Rebecca Reid,is teaching her kids the concept of gratitude and that good things come from hard work… In an era of instant gratification, in one aspect of parenthood our generation has it harder than ever. I sound like my mother (or all our mothers combined)Read More →

Hallelujah January is over! We can officially ditch the diet and detox and get back to eating warming winter pies and slow-cooked stews. ‘Girl’s gotta eat for heat’ as they say. Welcome February – oh how I do love thee. Some people slag off the month of February like thereRead More →

Cold sores are painful, irritating, fluid-filled blisters that occur around the lips. They are caused by infection with the Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) and are highly contagious until completely healed. It is estimated that 70 per cent of people may carry the HSV. Primary infection occurs by close direct contactRead More →

Author, and mum-of-four from Bangor, Rebecca Reid believes it’s time to make the new year all about you… Happy New Year everyone! And what a fabulous one I hope it will be. There’s nothing like the great fresh start that a new year brings. There are endless possibilities in the weeks andRead More →

Happy New Year readers! It’s new year’s resolution time and, like many of you, I’m going to try to become more active, drink less and eat healthily in 2019. I have also added a new resolution to the usual list of promises I will probably break in a week orRead More →

Rebecca Reid, author and mum-of-four from Bangor, is making the festive season all about memories rather than presents this year… It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – that’s the feeling we’re getting in our house. And why not? There is so much to look forward to. All theRead More →

The Christmas Collection Andy Williams sang, ‘It’s the most wonderful time of the year’ and while, for many of us, Christmas is a time of fun and celebration, it can also be a time of stress and anxiety… From deciding what to wear at all the seasonal soirees, to watching everybody rushRead More →

Rebecca Reid, author and mum-of-four from Bangor has started giving out chores… Do you remember during childhood when your mum would open your bedroom door, stare into your room with horror and then simply close it again without a word? Well I do. She had a very simple approach withRead More →

Acne is one of the most common types of skin conditions. It is most widespread among older children, teenagers and young adults and affects most people at some point during their life. It causes spots to develop on the skin, usually on the face, back and chest. The symptoms ofRead More →