Balance, Evidence Based Parenting, Mental health, mindful parenting, mothering, Parenting

Mindful Moments Easing my Days

Mindfulness; the small act of taking notice, of being present, of becoming grounded. I’ve been practicing this this lately. Because I've been having some hard moments in the last few weeks. It’s been the first few weeks of starting school, of changing routines. My mind has been full. Full to overflowing of supporting my children,… Continue reading Mindful Moments Easing my Days

Family, Mental health, mothering, Parenting, Personal, Preschoolers

Six Truths of Travelling with Small Children

Recently we went away with our three kids, aged 5 (& 3/4 - very important), 4, and almost 2 years. Whilst it was a fabulous holiday, giving us some much needed family bonding time, I was reminded about how logistically hard it can be travelling with young children. The photos don't show it; because who… Continue reading Six Truths of Travelling with Small Children

Balance, Family, mothering, Parenting, Personal

The Weight of Parenting is Getting Lighter

After living in what seems like a blur of three small children for the last few years, I can feel the weight of parenting getting lighter. When you're in that blur of the first few years, the load can seem heavy and the work non-stop. Always fixing the meals, dressing the little people, being 100%… Continue reading The Weight of Parenting is Getting Lighter

Evidence Based Parenting, Mental health, mindful parenting, mothering, Parenting, Winter

Increasing Your Daily Joy

I’ve been on a “Joy Spotting” mission lately. Joy Spotting is intentionally seeking out and taking notice of small pockets of joy. A few months ago I watched a TED talk that was doing the rounds. The speaker, Ingrid Fetell Lee, was dressed in a brightly coloured dress, and she just seemed to radiate JOY.… Continue reading Increasing Your Daily Joy