For new and seasoned parents alike, a restful night’s sleep can be hard to come by – even while sharing responsibilities. Between toys rattling, TVs blasting, and siblings playing, a mid-day nap becomes impossible. Even at night, when sleep seems like it should come easily, parents experience traffic, appliances humming and loud neighbours.
Life can be so busy and often we don’t realise that small acts of kindness can not only make us feel good, but they can transform someone’s day. However, as we go about our daily lives, where can you Create Your Own Kindness? It is easier than you might think
Family life can be one of two things. You can be riding the wave feeling positive, motivated, and feeling like everyone is happy and thriving. Or you can be stood there feeling like the waves are crashing on you. Overwhelmed, exhausted, and struggling. There often doesn’t seem to be a happy medium, which can be frustrating.
As a family, the garden can be an excellent space to make the most of when it comes to your children and for yourself. It can be a peaceful space for you to relax when the children are in bed, and an outlet for them to use up some energy when they are needing stimulating or want to do something different. However, are you making the most of your garden?
When it comes to technology we all know that our teenagers can rule the roost when it comes to the latest gadgets. They know exactly what they want, exactly what they need, and what technology would be useful. As much as we as parents might want to avoid them using so much technology, there is no doubt that it cannot be avoided.
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Talking Up is an illustrated children’s book series aiming to inspire and encourage emotional development. Each short story provides themes to help children understand challenging issues and encourage emotional intelligence.
Making ecological choices when it comes to purchases, such as from companies that have an eco focus, is funding organisations that work hard to stop our world from declining in many different areas.
The Secret Lives of Two Googly-Eyed Cats providing a beautiful message to children about being adventurous within safe boundaries and kindness.
Over the last twelve months, many of us had no choice but to homeschool our children. Teaching them, keeping them happy mentally and physically healthy. It has been exhausting. But the one thing we might have realised is how much our children can learn through play, spending time with us, and most importantly having fun. It could mean that you want to encourage more learning from home, even though they might be back at school and thriving in routine once more.