So this was never intended to be an official blog recipe. It was a typical Saturday night dinner (of late anyway), where we had been busy all day and I was trying to unwind by whipping up something tasty (with whatever I had in the pantry and fridge), but nothing too...
A step by step work-through of HOW TO WRITE A STUDY PLAN – with a detailed example.
I was inspired to write this post by talking to my big sister about my gorgeous little niece. She is in Grade 7 and is a little high-flyer - does very well academically, dances every night of the week a different style, plays multiple instruments, sings etc etc. ...
A light, fluffy and very traditional Chinese Malaysian cake – Dr Megs trials Poh’s recipe and gives her tips
In support of her fantastic article on Monday on “Dealing with Exam Stress,” Dr Jenni today has some great advice for PARENTS who are trying to support their teenager through their high school exams.
Dr Jenni – clinical psychologist, takes a look at high school exam stress and anxiety, and gives us some helpful tips on how to manage it.
Multi-layer red velvet cake, perfect for a special occasion!!
Dr Tania Burgess is a General Practitioner with a special interest in adolescent and teenage health. She makes her debut blog today with a practical article about the management of period pain in girls.
With this meal, anyone would think you were a pro chef! Tender, fall-off-the-bone pork rib meat – sooo delish you’d eat a whole rack.
Dr Jenni Silva, clinical psychologist makes her debut blog with this wonderful article about transitioning from primary school to high school. A stressful time for all tweens, this very practical article gives you some fantastic tips to make the change much more smooth!