Following Your Inner Ebbs & Flow

As we say goodbye to warmer summer temperatures here in the southern hemisphere, it signals a step change. A time to recuperate and rest after a busy summer. Winter is a time to slow down, go inward and spend some… Continue Reading >

La Nina and Your Health

By Sarah Smith of Bayside Dietetics www.baysidedietetics.com.au or Facebook page Bayside Dietetics   The officials still called it summer. Not many of the rest of us did. The lowest maximum temperature was 13°C in Melbourne. Laugh away the rest of… Continue Reading >

Matching Father-Son Swimwear Bound To Make Your Heart Melt

Mummy-daughter dressing has had its moment in the spotlight, now it’s time for father-son ensembles to make a splash. Bondi Joe is the new kid on the block when it comes to sustainable swimwear. Following the successful launch of their… Continue Reading >

Keeping Your Child Hydrated During Hot Summer Months | Kate Stephens | Ep 138

  Depending which Australian State or Territory you live in, we each experience a variety of intensities to temperature and humidity during summer. Irrespective of your exposure to heat conditions, we each need to drink water to replenish the lost fluid from sweat…. Continue Reading >

Wild Tuna Fish Cakes

by Elena Duggan (@elena_jo_duggan – 53.8k followers)   This is a treat for the whole family, it’s quick, easy and uses MSC Certified John West tuna. Make this delicious recipe for a summer afternoon snack for the family or whip… Continue Reading >

Parents and carers urged to ensure water safety is kept front of mind following a spike in drownings across the state

With warm weather forecast for this weekend and many families planning trips for the end of the school holidays, Kidsafe Victoria has urged parents and carers to remain vigilant around all bodies of water, in a bid to reduce the… Continue Reading >

7 summer safety tips for little swimmers these holidays

Advice from Poolwerx – the Healthy Pool People One in five parents admits to being distracted by their phone when supervising young swimmers around the pool, new research from Poolwerx[1] shows. Drowning is the greatest cause of accidental death for… Continue Reading >

Looking back, flooring forward

This last 12 months has been a different year on so many levels. It could be easy to get stuck in the disaster and the drama, worried about the past, the present or the future……Sure, there have been many changes… Continue Reading >

Summer is a Scorcher – Keep your little ones cool

Sleep experts share tips to help your family beat the heat This summer is proving to be a scorcher, so experts are recommending keeping little ones indoors to make sure they’re cool and safe. The last thing parents want is… Continue Reading >

3 Summer Recipes Kids Love to Make Themselves

As the weather heats up, it’s time to be prepared with a stash of kid-friendly summer-ready food ideas. Plus, because keeping it simple at this time of year is ultra-important for parents, these three ideas can be made by the… Continue Reading >