How do you communicate with your teenager when you seem to speak different languages? ⠀⠀It’s a question that often comes up in coaching. Parents want to have a healthy, loving relationship with their teens but sometimes don’t find it as easy as when the kids were younger. ⠀⠀It can seem as if the teen isContinue reading “5 Ways to Show Love to Your Teenagers”
How easy is it to give children the gift of happily married parents?
Sometimes in life the simplest solution is switch it off and on again
To buy a dining room table before we had a home was irrational but it’s brought so much value to our family.
In this season of parenting I seem to be teaching my kids about just one thing… friendships. I’m so thankful I’ve come through that stage and have some great friends around me now but what’s the secret to this?
Mummy guilt can hit at any moment. That feeling that if only you had… then your child could/would…. For me it generally arises when work and family collide. Those shows I have to miss, school trips I can’t attend, friends that can’t be invited back for tea and paperwork I some how misplaced, all because I’m not a stay atContinue reading “Getting ready to go”
Proverbs 31 has given me a blueprint for work life balance. 10 keys for relationships, work, health, and self development.
I love Thursdays! Thursdays are my day off in more ways than one. Weekends are often filled with family, church, errands, parties, homework and sport. But Thursdays are mine. Once the kids are at school I relish the solitude of being home alone for just a few hours. I can clean, tidy, read, write and thinkContinue reading “The Ancient Art of Me Time”
When I first became a mum I quickly felt my brain begin to stagnate. Don’t get me wrong I adored my son, but I struggled with the adjustment from being busy at work, to being at home with someone whose only form of communication was to cry. It was then that I recognised the importance of self-developmentContinue reading “There’s always something on the horizon”