“There’s nothing to do.”
Do the holidays fill you with dread?
Or are you thrilled that there are no rules to have to follow?
Summer might be a little different this year – as there are still travel restrictions due to the Coronavirus. As a result, many of us are staying closer to home and might have more time on our hands.
Now is an ideal opportunity to help your child to use their time wisely. Perhaps you can show them how to cook a basic spaghetti bolognese – or how to do the laundry without turning everything pink.
The trick is to make these learning skills fun. We don’t want to lecture our kids – but we do want to equip them with the tools they need to cope in the outside world.
Another Podcast Episode has Landed
In this episode I give you ideas in how to support your child develop their kitchen skills; how to look after themselves and the importance of managing their own finances for example.
They will thank you in the long run.
If you have younger kids I also talk about how having daily themes can also remove the overwhelm of how to keep your child occupied over one the holidays.
This week’s episodes :
Episode 18 :
📍 iTunes : : HERE :
📍Spotify : : HERE :
This comes, as always with Much Love 💕
Supporting Parents Build a Mentally Healthier and
Happier Generation of Young People
If you need to get in touch – Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If Anxiety Levels are running high in your home – then I have a couple of resources for you:
My Anxiety course provides you with support by :
✔️ Recognising the triggers
✔️ Understanding Anxiety – and why we don’t want to get rid of it all together
✔️ Learning couple of techniques to help you stop a panic attack in it’s tracks
✔️How as a parent, you can support your anxious child
If you or your child are struggling with your emotions at the minute – then I have a great online course that introduces you to 7 different breathing exercises that a can get you out of many sticky situations :
Details of all further podcasts can be found on my website :