Staying helathy

Five ways to avoid the office cake and keep the weight off

“Just a tiny slither”, are the words all of us have muttered to ourselves when faced with a delectable enemy. For your diet you have done everything possible to rid yourself of temptation, practically emptied all of your cupboards.

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Feeling tired all the time? Here are five things to get checked

Feeling tired is a common by product of being a working mum, and with all the juggling we do, is it any wonder?

But there’s a type of tiredness that is more than just a passing distraction, and can continue for weeks and even months before your body feels like it just can’t cope – even with more sleep than you usually need.

According to the  Royal College of Psychiatrists, this type of prolonged fatigue happens to one in 10 people, and women (unsurprisingly) feel tired more than men. So what could be causing it?