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With the life experience I have, I love being able to help people in my own little way and giving advice is a part of that. So if you can’t book a workshop, and you’ve got something specific to ask me, please do send me a question! I’m happy to help.

This week on AskCaroline

Infertility And Beyond!

This is my story and it starts in the mid 80's. As a young woman of about 26 I entered the consultant's office, along with my husband. We were about to find out the results of tests regarding our inability to conceive. Words came back at me such as 'blocked'...

Teacher Advice

Teacher Advice

I'm not here to tell you how to teach...I leave that in your capable hands. These tips are more from the point of view of my experience regarding adoption, fostering, special needs, health and well-being. These factors all impact on a child's ability to attach, build...

Nutrition Tips

Nutrition Tips

The importance of fibreAccording to the NHS, most of us need to eat more fibre and have fewer added sugars in our diet. Eating plenty of fibre is associated with a lower risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and bowel cancer.Government guidelines published in...

Nutrition and Wellbeing

Nutrition and Wellbeing

Why do we eat what we eat? If you care about the environment and the effect of our food choices, the article below is worth a read. Written by Dr Alex Johnstone from Aberdeen University   Sustainability – less is more!  Since 1960, the world's population has doubled,...

Parenting Advice

Parenting Advice

Actually this is more about telling it like it is and what I have learnt over the years. With experience  of adoption, fostering, ADHD and mental health it's been a major learning curve.All children are different and often there are no magic answers....

Teacher Advice

Teacher Advice

I'm not here to tell you how to teach...I leave that in your capable hands. These tips are more from the point of view of my experience regarding adoption, fostering, special needs, health and well-being. These factors all impact on a child's ability to attach, build...

Nutrition Tips

Nutrition Tips

The importance of fibreAccording to the NHS, most of us need to eat more fibre and have fewer added sugars in our diet. Eating plenty of fibre is associated with a lower risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and bowel cancer.Government guidelines published in...

Nutrition and Wellbeing

Nutrition and Wellbeing

Why do we eat what we eat? If you care about the environment and the effect of our food choices, the article below is worth a read. Written by Dr Alex Johnstone from Aberdeen University   Sustainability – less is more!  Since 1960, the world's population has doubled,...

Parenting Advice

Parenting Advice

Actually this is more about telling it like it is and what I have learnt over the years. With experience  of adoption, fostering, ADHD and mental health it's been a major learning curve.All children are different and often there are no magic answers....

Infertility And Beyond!

This is my story and it starts in the mid 80's. As a young woman of about 26 I entered the consultant's office, along with my husband. We were about to find out the results of tests regarding our inability to conceive. Words came back at me such as 'blocked'...

Nutrition and Wellbeing

Nutrition and Wellbeing

Why do we eat what we eat? If you care about the environment and the effect of our food choices, the article below is worth a read. Written by Dr Alex Johnstone from Aberdeen University   Sustainability – less is more!  Since 1960, the world's population has doubled,...

Building Resilience in Children

Building Resilience in Children

New research shows the importance of building resilience in children, which is about the ability to 'pick yourself up, dust yourself down and start all over again'. We all have set backs in life, so it's about managing them.The following are my simple tips for...