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Lessons from a mum’s group

Not a mum? You might be surprised how much you can learn from the trials of first-time mothers.

16 Quick ways to DIY your health

Hidden away in your pantry might reside the solution to a persistent itch, grumble or ouch. Here are 16 of those remedies—and how you can use them.

Middle eastern farro salad

A light and tasty salad for summer

Natural sweeteners: are they good for you?

They're sweet. But are they safe?

8 Ways to help your special-needs child

There are ways that parents of children with disabilities can help them deal with life.

Healthy food that can slow ageing: the new science

What we eat in our forties and fifties has a huge effect on how quickly we age.

Why losing weight gets harder with age

Some valuable information to help tip the scales in your favour.

A baby, a spoon and a lesson in letting go

Feeding a baby can get messy; parenting even more so. But the ultimate challenge comes when we hear Jesus’ voice say, “Follow Me.”

Warts and all: how accepting your man improves your relationship

He was cold, I was clingy; we were fighting and becoming more distant. Something had to change.

How to judge others. . . fairly

Whether obviously or subtly, we all judge other people. If we can’t stop judging, can we at least learn to do it in a way that’s more caring, truthful and respectful?

Recipe: Cajun Carrot Mash

Prep time: 10 mins Cooking time: 20 mins Serves: 4 Ingredients 1kg carrots, peeled and evenly chopped 1 tbs olive oil 1/4 tsp cajun spice 1/4 tsp salt Method Place chopped carrots in...

‘Our brains just think a little differently’

When a child is diagnosed with autism, it can be devastating for parents. But there is support available and the possibility of a bright future.