Baby Development

8 Baby Development Classes for Your Toddler from Month One

Mar 20th, 2016 Baby, Motherhood Roksana Fasovska 5 min read

It is never too early to take your baby to classes. I took my son to various baby development classes from his first month onwards. He transitioned successfully through each stage of development and these classes provided the structure needed for both physical and mental development. These days, you can find a wealth of baby development classes designed for parents and babies to enjoy including:…

Independent Women

Why Men Love Independent Women in Their Lives

Mar 19th, 2016 Inspiration, Life Roksana Fasovska 3 min read

A woman who is independent is breathtakingly attractive to a man. This is a fact that many women do not seem to realise because the wrong perception prevails in our modern times that men are intimidated by a strong woman. Before I delve right into the facts, I want to share an interesting definition of an ‘Independent Woman’ based on my research of this topic….

Maternity Leave

4 Maternity Leave Secrets to Keep Family and Career Intact

Mar 18th, 2016 Life, Motherhood, Work Roksana Fasovska 6 min read

Maternity leave is like that big pink elephant in the room, watching as you wrestle with power in a corporate world, patiently waiting for you to check out. No one speaks of its presence, yet how you take advantage of the “privilege” of maternity leave dictates your longevity in a profession you worked so hard to master. Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, describes the trepidation…

Successful Women

6 Habits of Successful Women

Mar 17th, 2016 Inspiration, Life Roksana Fasovska 4 min read

I always wondered if there is a set formula to be a successful woman. We all know that success is a broad term and that an idea of success for one person may seem like a failure to another. Guided by the fact that our perspectives are different, still, could there be some overarching set of habits that successful women follow? While browsing the web…

Top 7 Luxury City Breaks in Europe

Top 7 Luxury City Breaks in Europe for 2016

Mar 16th, 2016 Life, Travel Roksana Fasovska 6 min read

As we get busy planning our holidays and city breaks in 2016, I decided to write a blog to give you some inspiration on the cities you could visit across Europe. I put together a list of seven luxury city breaks which were based on popular online votes and special awards given, and a few of which I have visited and loved. Each city offers…

Fitness apps for working mums

3 Amazing Fitness Apps that are perfect for Working Mums

Mar 15th, 2016 Beauty, Fitness, Life, Motherhood Roksana Fasovska 5 min read

In a constant productive chaos that is the life of a working mother, I find it hard to make room for regular workouts. Don’t get me wrong: I love my baby, I love my work, and I love my busy schedule. I wouldn’t have it any other way. But also, I really like being fit and healthy. So, how can us busy mothers integrate sports…

Baby Products you actually need to buy

8 Baby Products You Actually Need To Buy

Mar 13th, 2016 Baby, Motherhood Roksana Fasovska 8 min read

Prior to my son’s birth, I spent a lot of time researching what I would need to buy to keep my baby healthy, warm, clean, entertained, and most importantly happy. I was also keen (like all of us) to get him to sleep through the night, and to give both of us a much-needed rest. My son is the most important thing in my life,…

New Challenge

3 Ways to Know When You Are Ready for a New Challenge

Mar 9th, 2016 Work Roksana Fasovska 4 min read

Few of us are lucky enough to find jobs that we love at the start of our career. Testing out new work environments and opportunities is how we experience more personal growth. When you don’t try various options, you are likely to feel stuck in your job, waiting for that golden opportunity to tap into your true potential. But what if that moment never comes?…

High Heels

To Heel or Not To Heel?

Mar 8th, 2016 Fashion, Work Roksana Fasovska 5 min read

10 tips to help you comfortably (that’s right!) wear heels at work all day long. Beauty is pain they say, and, ladies, we’ve probably all known this to be true at some point or another. Maybe you squeeze your feet into those strappy little black heels in order to pull together that perfect outfit for the night out. But is it worth it to suffer…

Changing Industry

Changing Your Industry—So What’s the Big Deal?

Mar 7th, 2016 Work Roksana Fasovska 6 min read

After finishing university, I decided to pursue a career in accounting (yep, that’s right!!!) While there is nothing inherently wrong with accounting, those who know me would raise a collective eyebrow. Shortly afterwards, I realised that accounting just wasn’t for me. As luck (and a bit of “knocking on doors”) would have it, I was able to find a role in marketing within the same…