It doesn't matter what time of year it is, there is usually somewhere you can go to pay a fixed price and fill a basket with freshly picked fruit - strawberries, pears, apples, etc.
I don't know about you, but I feel compelled to look at my phone every time it dings, vibrates, or lights up. If you add up all the times you stop what you're doing to look at your phone, that adds up to a lot of time where you're distracted and unproductive. I use the do not disturb setting on my phone during the night so it doesn't wake me. It's also useful to use it during other times when it's best not to be disturbed. You can still allow notifications and calls from certain apps and people so you won't be completely cut off from the rest of the world.
Everyone should know how to make a cake. This melt and mix recipe is super easy to make. Enjoy it in moderation though - there's a lot of sugar! You can find the recipe at www.taste.com.au.
It's possible to have too much of a good thing - just ask anyone who has eaten too much fruit or liquorice in one sitting. Many things in life are good for you in moderation, and social media is one of them. Social Media is still relatively new and there is new research coming out all the time about the effects of it. It can be a bit of innocent fun, or it can spiral into a nasty addiction. It's good to set some healthy boundaries around your social media use for your own health and safety, not to be the fun police. Here are some of the pros and cons to get you thinking.