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November 18, 2019

It doesn't feel that the smells of mixed spice and the present frenzi were even that long ago, but yet another Christmas is upon us. Many Christmas traditions often revolve around indulgence, presents and let's face it excess. I love a new experience and supporting chi...

April 19, 2019

It hardly feels like any time has passed since those festive frantic shopping sprees, hours spent in search of perfect gifts and the credit card statements to show for it. Why does it feel like we are having a deja vu moment this Easter?

This year, Easter appears to hav...

March 8, 2019

With the long haul of winter finally behind us, crisp dark days are being replaced by a far more favourable warmth. Winter can take its toll on our mental and physical health. At Rascal Remedy we want to focus on reacquainting with the great outdoors. Read on for our f...

November 26, 2018

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/ethicallivingblog/2007/dec/12/toptipsforagreenchristmas

Christmas doesn't have to be a time of excess if you follow a few simple steps:

A is for artificial trees- These are not necessarily greener - although they last for longer, t...

June 10, 2018

-Try and find out why. Find out what your child is most scared of. Is it something imaginary? Do they not want to be alone? Is it cause it’s too dark? Whatever is it, you will find it easier to remedy if you know the source of the problem. *Remember to empathise*

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April 15, 2018

Children of all ages suffer from stresses caused by peers. Here are some tips of how you could support your child through this tough time.

*If your child is coming home more than once a week upset from teasing. Don’t be hesitant, address it*

-Listen to your child, let th...

March 8, 2018

1. Identify interests- Watch and take note of what activities your children enjoy. There may be an age gap or interest differences, but for instance if she wants to play horses, but he wants to play trains, why not have the train track provide trips to the stables? May...