Author: Caitriona Horne

Mother Pukka

Parenting the Sh*t out of Life – Mother Pukka

From Mother Pukka and Papa Pukka, the minds behind highly popular parenting blog, comes Parenting the Sh*t Out of Life, the Sunday Times bestselling account of parenting told from both perspectives and a handy guide (kind of) on how to raise a small human. It’s the must-read for all parents and parents-to-be – and […]

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7 Things I Learned Weaning A Baby

Introducing your baby to food is a fun, messy, exciting part of being a parent. Its also strange – your tiny dependent creature who has been doing well on his or her magical liquid diet is suddenly allowed to eat some of the same things as you do. But as with anything baby-related there are […]

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Stiff People

Even The Stiffest People Can Do The Splits

Over 1 million copies sold in Japan! Young, old, made of rubber or rusty metal, anybody can do the splits. Eiko, a yoga instructor from Japan, teaches you how in just four weeks and you can achieve dramatic health benefits in the process. Most people wish they could be more flexible, or even just feel […]

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Top TRX Suspension Trainer : A Day In The Life

Niko Algieri is the co-founder of Equilibrium Total Balance in Holland park. He has a wealth of experience that makes his approach to personal training unique. He’s a former Men’s Health cover model finalist and semi-professional footballer, a blackbelt in kickboxing, Welsh athletics champion and is currently a television fitness expert for London Live. He […]

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State of Affairs

State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity

Iconic couples’ therapist and bestselling author of Mating in Captivity Esther Perel returns with a provocative look at relationships through the lens of infidelity. Affairs, she argues, have a lot to teach us about the human heart—what we expect, what we think we want, and what we feel entitled to. They offer a unique window […]

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Boys Don’t Cry : Why I hid my depression and why men need to talk about their mental health

Meet Tim. For nearly a decade he kept his depression secret. It made him feel so weak and shameful he thought it would destroy his whole life if anyone found out. And Tim is not alone. Suicide is the single biggest killer of men aged 20-45 in the UK. Depression and undiagnosed mental illness are huge […]

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Pizza Omlette

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Pizza Omelette

I am obsessed with pizza, in fact I actually think I should have been born Italian, as I consider myself to be something of a connoisseur. By no means is this recipe supposed to be a substitute for the delicious doughy delights of real Italian pizza. However, the flavours are almost identical and I promise […]

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Blueberry Smoothie Bowl

Blueberry and Cardamom Smoothie Bowl

Cardamom is part of the same family as ginger and can help to alleviate digestive problems like an upset stomach. Good quality yoghurts contain probiotics, which play a role in so many functions within the body. In fact, there are some strains of gut flora that play a part in effective brain function. Fermented foods […]

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Red Apple Salad

Red Apple and Puy Lentil Salad

Watercress is one of my favourite ingredients because it’s tasty and high in vitamin C (which is required for collagen synthesis – keeping our skin, nails, hair and all connective tissue healthy). It’s also high in vitamin A, as well as minerals such as calcium and manganese. The red apple gives this salad some sweetness […]

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Bang talent

Bang Talent Founder : A Day In The Life

Jessica Bendien is the founder of Bang Talent, an agency that books talent for the UK’s most loved TV shows, talk shows, commercials, fashion, beauty and media brands, celebrity castings, awards shows, red carpet and charity events and more. With 15 years experience in the TV industry, Jessica has worked with the likes of Russell Brand, […]

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