I am the kind of girl who only feels like I am working hard when my heart is puffing, my muscles are aching and I am running in a pool of my own sweat, so when people tell me that yoga can help me shed those extra pounds I am always a little bit suspect… read more

There’s no point in resisting it any more, Framers. Winter is firmly on its way and Christmas is peeping its enthusiastic head through the autumn leaves. The Christmas lights on Oxford street are up (although they are a bit disappointing and weird this year) and along with all the festive fan-dangle and the over zealous window displays read more

For all those who used to try and haul their heavy tums and lethargy laden legs out of bed at 7 in the morning to try and make it to our 8am Pregnancy yoga- fear not! We now have the wonderful and inspiring Joanne King teaching antenatal Yoga at 5.30 every Monday evening. Pre-Natal Yoga read more

I’m reading this book called ‘BORN TO RUN’ by Christopher MacDougall.  He opens with the question, ‘why does my foot hurt?’ and goes on a kind of physiologic adventure that starts at his local doctor’s surgery and eventually lures him into deepest, darkest, most magical Mexico to try and get a glimpse and a few read more

Its very easy to believe everything we hear about fads, health rules and weight loss programs. There seems to be constant new ‘scientific research’ that disproves something that was just proved last week and in a culture of wanting to see results quickly, its tempting to try these super fast, miracle solutions. Here’s a few read more

New magazines full of beautiful images and interesting editorial are always a treat but its quite rare to come across a publication that feels totally different to everything else on the market.  Introducing the inspiring Mother magazine. The original aesthetic with its Anglo/Japanese vibe was the thing that caught my eye.  Launched this month, this read more

Is it the done thing to promote other people’s blogs? I don’t know the blog-a-sphere etiquette but I do know this blog is worth a read. In the words of it’s creator; Shaun Usher (who is, I believe, a writer) “Letters of Note is an attempt to gather and sort fascinating letters, postcards, telegrams, faxes, and memos. read more