My earliest memories of snow was when I was about 4 years old and the snow was quite deep. My mum tied plastic bags over my red wellies to keep my feet dry but it didn’t work. We were going to the shops. My mum was pushing the pram with my brother inside. I was too big to be sat on top. My mum used to do all of our food shopping with the pram and both of us. It can’t have been easy in the snow.
I’m not surprised that both my kids have a cough. It’s dark and cold. Immunity is often low at this time of year. As a parent, I want to keep them both well this winter and I’m glad to have homeopathy on hand to help.
Reflecting on the mother figures in my life has made me realise how they’ve influenced me in small but important ways and how much I miss them. I wonder how my children, or maybe my grand-children will remember me.
Keeping my Sunday simple makes me stop and feel thankful for what I have., and that makes me feel happier. When I’m happier, I’m more able to enjoy small moments with my family before we all start yelling or someone starts complaining (Yes, that happens in my family pretty much every day!)
One of the things I love about working as a homeopath is seeing how I make a real difference to the quality of life of others.
I love being a mum, but it’s really hard work sometimes. One of the hardest things is the expectation that you always put your children first. We need to look after ourselves too, and not as an after-thought.
For as long as I can remember I’ve been taking steps to simply and live a meaningful life. Appreciating what I have instead of always wanting more.
Homeopathy can be great for fire-fighting. What I mean by this is that it can work very quickly in an acute situation such as a cold. By the time we are ill, we are already in a process that has already begun. Why do we get ill in the first place?