How To Get A Better Night’s Sleep

Media kindly brought to you by ECOSA   Sleep. The quality of our day depends on it and our bodies ability to function effectively. Everybody knows the terrible feeling when you wake from a poor nights sleep: the foggy mind… Continue Reading >

Fun places to visit in Melbourne when you just can’t brave the cold

Its winter in Melbourne and the icy days are starting to set in. Although its loads of fun to play in the rain and jump in muddy puddles, there are some days when we all just want to get out… Continue Reading >

Children’s sport.  Awesome or not?

When you were growing up chances are you played a sport or two; maybe football, netball or even track and field. Sport has always been and always will be part of the Aussie lifestyle your children may be participating a… Continue Reading >

3 fun breathing exercises to keep your kids calm

Connecting with our breath is one of the easiest and simplest ways to transform our mood. And it’s the same with children too. Breathing can help children learn how to relax and safely regulate their emotions, giving them a vital… Continue Reading >

Are French kids better, healthier eaters?

My cousin Angélique often complains about her daughter being an extreme fussy eater. I wish I could help, but working with family is a no-go zone. Anyway I am telling you this so you know that in France kids are… Continue Reading >

A Day in the Life as a Baby Whisperer

When I first realised that I was able to fully hear what was on the minds of babies…what was in their thoughts, it came as a complete and utter surprise. I already knew to instinctively talk to the babies. Knowing… Continue Reading >

Winter Holiday Indoor Boredom Busters which will Keep your Children Engaged and Entertained (without spending a cent)

Written by Alice Zsembery   And just like that we are into June and approaching another set of school holidays! Unlike those distant summer days, the winter school holidays can bring with them a new challenge: entertaining the kids (predominantly)… Continue Reading >

Considering The Whole Family

Life is about being in relationship: with family, with children, with partner, with neighbours, with friends or with fellow workers. All of our interactions involve using our senses, communicating and reciprocating.  From the tiny baby and its parents, to the… Continue Reading >

How to talk about money with your child – Your Child’s Financial Literacy

Children like to spend money – particularly yours. But however good they are at asking their parent to pay for a magazine or lolly at the supermarket, this is often the extent of their financial awareness. Children hear finance-associated words… Continue Reading >

Children who eat nutritious lunches feel better and learn better. 

Studies show that nutritional status can directly affect how well children do at school. Things like iron deficiency impact cognition and being low in other vitamins and minerals such as thiamine, vitamin E, vitamin B, iodine, and zinc, are shown… Continue Reading >