“Derived from the Sanskrit word yuj, which means ‘to join’, yoga is a combination of mental, physical and spiritual practices that, when woven together, deliver a potent dose of wellbeing.” You don’t have to be a ‘yogi’ to experience the benefits of yoga, just 15 minutes (we’ll add the extra two on don’t worry!) can help […]
We know all too well how busy life can become this time of year, and- as a result- how quickly your wellbeing can decline at the expense of making it the ‘perfect’ Christmas. From present buying to Christmas food ordering, school plays to booking grotto visits, not to mention financial pressure, school holidays, visiting family, […]
Autumn is well and truly here, so it’s officially time to layer up your clothes, and cosy up your food! We all need inspiration sometimes so we’ve found a hearty recipe we found which is just perfect for this weather, oh and guess how long it takes… 17 Minute Chicken Pot Pie Hands up who […]
Ok, let’s get this show back on the road! Or more, this blog back online. Not quite as catchy though! It’s been almost a year since Seventeen Minute’s last blog post was published, and there has been some big changes since then. Not so much in our mission or products, more a change in who’s […]
We all want our kids to have an amazing time this summer but this year school holidays are looking a little different to normal. I’ve put together some favourite ways to help you fill the summer holidays with ideas that won’t break the bank.
As a mum of a 7 and 11-year-old, Francesca was getting increasingly frustrated at the press constantly telling us kids are growing up stressed and that mental health issues were on the rise. So she created The HappySelf Journal, a daily journal that keeps kids engaged and develops important habits that will set them up for life.
HotTea Mama is the award-winning range of tea supporting women from bump to baby, and beyond. I chat to the co-founder Bethan about how she’s running her business in lockdown, the inspiration for starting HotTea Mama and how she juggles her small business with family life.
I’m finding parts of lockdown life hard. We all do, I’m sure. We’re human. We have good days and bad days, we have mood swings, we find our kids annoying sometimes and we feel scared about the future. Full-time family life is utterly exhausting and draining. Sometimes, I just don’t want to hear another ‘mummy, mummy’.
In the last week, shit has got real; things have notched up a gear. I know some families are self-isolating already and like many mums out there, the thought of a 7-day lockdown with my kids fills me with fear. Here’s a few suggestions to help you get through it.