The Married Life

The Married Life

Hey guys and dolls, this week’s blog is going to be a little different. I have decided to provide our viewers with a little insight of my married life. I have chosen to touch on this subject as I feel not many people talk about their married life, and that’s okay but I think from time to time people need to be aware of the reality of marriage and the ups and downs that one can go through whilst being married.

 

So I am nearly embarking on being married for a year and I can honestly say it’s been a self-discovery of myself as well as my husband. I have quickly learned to not put all my expectations on my husband, and realise that it’s important to remain an individual as well as in partnership.

 

I truly believe you need to be self-fulfilled to really appreciate your significant other, and do not look to them to make your dreams come true as ultimately that’s entirely on you. Communication is a big factor in any relationship and my husband and I have quickly realised that we have to work on this each and every day for our relationship and needs to be identified and met.

 

Taking time to enjoy your own space is crucial for your attitude in a relationship and allows you to bring a better vibe to your significant other. My husband and I love every minute we spend with each other, but we also appreciate our time apart as it allows us to miss each other and appreciate what we have.

 

Finding time to reconnect is an instrumental part in every relationship. I have to admit this is the part we struggle with the most as we have a 17- month old baby who consumes all of our time. So we are constantly reminding ourselves that we need to take time out to be with each other. We try as much as possible to get some alone time but it’s not always possible but we realise that, and we are making a conscious effort to spend time with just the two of us.

 

Okay so that’s enough about me and my married life. If you want to know more, please get back to me and I’ll be more than happy to offer my advice and support.

 

xo Asiabee

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Zach’s Fashion World

This post is all about this adorable and cute toddler. Zach knows how to work it even when he doesn’t mean to and instead of me waffling on and boring you guys to sleep, I thought, hey, why not give you guys some inspiration on dressing up lil tots! 

The floor is yours Zach!

 

Teddy And Me

Cutiepies! Wear a matching patterned shirt with smart cotton trousers and he’ll be the prince of the castle. Oh, don’t forget his adorable accessory, his one and only teddy!

 

Playful Daffodils

Cute Tots! They are one of a kind, except all tots love to play in the grass with beautiful daffodils, don’t they? Pair a onesie or dungaree with a colourful jumper and you’r bound to sparkle like the sun.

Vroom Vroom – Checkmate!

OK so babies are not matured enough to play chess, but they can still have an amazing time riding along in the car with their mums and dads. Dress your tot in an open buttoned check shirt with cotton trousers and you’re good to go.

 

 

 

HettyAsh xx

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Feel Good Soul Food

Feel Good Soul Food

Hey guys and dolls,

 

I have compiled 5 superfoods that will make you feel and look good. Hope you enjoy reading.
Berries

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benefits

Did you know all berries are a great source of fibre and one that is important for a healthy digestive system? The best thing about fibre, is that it may help to promote weight loss.

 

Eggs

Benefits

Protein; eggs might give your meal more staying power too. A recent study found that when people ate a scrambled-egg-and-toast breakfast, they felt more satisfied and ate less during lunchtime, compared to if they had a bagel that contained the same amount of calories.

Beans

Benefits

Beans are a good plant-based source of iron a mineral that transports oxygen from your lungs to the cells in your body. I love baked and black eyed beans.

 

Nuts

Benefits

Nuts provide sources of heart- healthy unsaturated fats. Walnuts and Cashew nuts are two of my favourites.

 

Tea

Benefits

Studies have shown if you drink tea regularly, you may be able to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s, diabetes and some cancers. Wow I didn’t even realise tea had all those benefits. Well on that note tea anyone?

 

xo Asiabee

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