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Random Acts Of Kindness

I was a little blown away by the number of homeless people I saw in Sydney recently 😦 and a little perplexed with how to help... then luckily the Universe provided me with an opportunity.    I was in a 7/11 store stocking up on breakfast supplies and there was a man in the corner… Continue reading Random Acts Of Kindness

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Imperfect, Good Enough, Parenting Manifesto

 It's OK for me to make mistakes, to reflect on what didn't work, to apologise and to make things right again. It's OK for me to still be learning and growing and to at times not know the best way to act or respond. It's OK for me to love my children fiercely and still… Continue reading Imperfect, Good Enough, Parenting Manifesto

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A Mindful Approach To Time

I have just finished reading The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks - fascinating book ....but the chapter that resonated with me most was the one on Time! At first it didn't ring true to me...but boy has it made a huge difference to my week! He talks about how when we talk about time as… Continue reading A Mindful Approach To Time

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The not so nice UN-Mindful Moments!

Has there been a time this last week when you were particularly UN-mindful?   There was for me - and I added to the moment by beating myself up about it - but if we become aware of the process and notice what happens then we can (SLOWLY) learn what not to do! My parents are… Continue reading The not so nice UN-Mindful Moments!

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Resilient Families Thriving Kids

Imagine if we could raise kids to be emotionally and socially aware and with life skills that mean they are resilient, confident, capable, creative and content with life.   Imagine if we could prepare children for adulthood, for school and the corporate world by the way we raise them in our homes. Imagine if we could… Continue reading Resilient Families Thriving Kids

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Mindful Seeing

If you ask your brain a question - it has to seek the answer - so one of the most powerful ways we can bring our minds back to the present moment is to ask it a question about what it can see. Try it out, have a stretch, take a breath, here are 5… Continue reading Mindful Seeing