How Talking To Someone Helped Me Conquer Depression Finding The Right Therapist

Last week I wrote a post about the mental health issues I have had in my life for the unofficial There For Him campaign and the campaign for raising mental health issues during mental health awareness week. All this got me to thinking about the time when I was most likely at my lowest point in my life. Severely depressed and on all sorts of medication that yes the medications were helping. But they weren’t totally solving the problem, I needed something more, the mental issues and depression I was suffering was just being kept under control I was healing… [Read More]

Karcher SC3 Steam Cleaner Easyfix Review

Clean, clean and even more cleaning yes I have to admit I do like cleaning , so when I was offered a Karcher SC3 Steam Cleaner to put it through its paces it was a no-brainer. I couldn’t wait to try it. The Karcher SC3 uses the power of steam it’s a awesome dirt shifting power of steam and it only uses tap water. You can start cleaning in 30 seconds and it can be used all over the home, nothing is too much trouble for Karcher SC3, oven doors, laminate floors, tiled areas in fact just about anywhere in… [Read More]

Oh No! A Bear Is Eating Me: My Sunday Photo

Yesterday we went on a day trip to West Midlands Safari Park where they have a new feature called Ice Age. Whilst walking through the exhibit, we came across this very angry bear, so I did what any loving parent and husband would do. I fought the bear to allow my children and wife enough time to escape! Did I survive? Well, you will have to wait until tomorrow to see if I publish a full blog post review on our day trip to West Midlands Safari Park. I have linked up to My Sunday Photo on Photalife which is… [Read More]

Your Children’s Health

One the biggest worries and fears that I have as a parent is my children’s health. If I am really honest with myself, one of the most testing times as a parent is when one of my children is unwell. After being a dad for 22 years you would think that I’d have got used to it, but even now when either my son or daughter phone or text me from university to say they have been to the doctors and been given antibiotics, I instantly worry and think that I wish I was next to them to give them… [Read More]

Triumphant Travel: What You Should Know Before Departure

A little preparation can go a long way when it comes to traveling. Although many people think they do their best work (even if that “work” is packing) under pressure, the reality is you increase the odds of missing something when you don’t plan ahead. Before leaving for your next trip, think about your last getaway. What did you wish you had to make it better? From being able to utilize voice commands on your phone with a helpful app to having the right midsize SUV instead of that little two-door couple, learn from your past travel mistakes. One week… [Read More]

That Friday Linky

It’s Friday again, which means it’s That Friday Linky time again! Please have a quick read of the info below and join in! As always we ask that you link up your favourite post of the week. Please don’t link up your entire blog, just one specific post that you’d like to share with us all. Linky’s are a great way to find new blogs to read, discover new content and they’re also a great way to raise your blogs profile. Myself and my wife, Emily, who blogs at Twin Mummy and Daddy are your hosts. If you’d like us to retweet… [Read More]

A Guide to Making a Successful TPD Insurance Claim

If a person is unable to work for any reason, their superannuation fund can be accessed to financially provide for the future. In order to claim for Total & Permanent Disability (TPD), a person must be unable to work, and unlike other compensations, it is not necessary to prove that the injury or illness was work related, or indeed that a third party was responsible. If you are planning to claim for TPD, it is crucial that you first consult with an experienced superannuation lawyer, as this person would help you to put together a strong case. Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash What… [Read More]

The Worry Of Going On Holiday In Our Very Troubled World

In about four weeks time we will be going to Disneyland Paris, and if I’m honest it’s a worry to me when you travel abroad on holidays. The world is such a troubled place nowadays with conflicts that seem to be happening in every corner of the globe. A few weeks ago when America decided to carry out bombing strikes on Syria and then basically tell France and the UK you are joining in with the strikes. You may consider this selfish but I don’t, my immediate thought was we are going on holidays to France and in particular Paris…. [Read More]