The ‘Never Enough’ Problem & How To Get Rid Of It.

I’ve been working a with a lovely busy Mum helping her re – connect with the fun of being a Mum of two young children. Tiredness, lack of sleep, lots of worry can rob us of the joy of being a parent. She’d fallen into the rather negative spin cycle of thoughts that we all […]

“Mood Hoovers” and what to do to about them !

“Every moment that you use to criticise yourself, or others, is a second of your life wasted, it’s a moment of your life thrown away. Decide today to make a conscious effort to keep your mind above the toxic conversations, petty mindedness and Mood Hoovers! Surround yourself with your own positive thoughts and hang out […]

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The bottom line is that you are the one who is creating your life the way it is. The life that you are currently living is the result of all your past thoughts and actions. You are in charge of your current thoughts and your present feelings. You are in charge of what you do […]

The Chore Chart That Kids Love

I love coincidences, as you know, and yesterday I was interviewed by a journalist for a national newspaper about my views about getting kids to do their chores and jobs and today I have just discovered a new site that is lots of fun ! It’s called Goal For It and it’s a really fun place to […]

Teach Your Kids To “Think PET” and ask “What can I learn from this?”

I read a great article today by Michele Ranard on the NYParenting website  about why some children fall apart when faced with a negative situations, while others seem to roll with the punches. Here’s the article. “A few years back, my first-grader stepped off the school bus in tears. The words he squeaked out between sobs cut me […]

The Unfair, Unjust and Unbelievably Harsh Voice of Ludicrous Comparison!

One of the most intriguing, unjust and unhelpful beliefs that a lot of parents have, is the belief that because someone is excellent at something or displays incredible levels of skill it means that you can never become as skilful as them, so there is no point in even trying. This is a commonly held […]