Shifting Your Mindset in Parenting 

Something I’ve really learnt over the past (almost!) two years as a mother, is that my mindset really dictates so much of how each day plays out.  I can easily get stuck in a mindset of “this is so hard, I… Continue Reading >

Back-to-School Confidence Crisis? Here’s A Magical Toolkit for Confidence, Empowerment and Resilience

As the sun sets on the lazy days of summer, a sense of anticipation lingers in the air, marking the approaching return to school. A quiet hum of emotions fills the spaces between parents and children within this transition. The… Continue Reading >

Create Your Own Recycled Paper Seed Envelopes

These DIY seed packets are the perfect way to sort and store your seeds or gift them to others. The best thing is – it doesn’t need to cost a cent! You can reuse old paper – think wrapping paper,… Continue Reading >

Stop Your Kids Turning into Entitled Brats this Christmas

One of the most consistent worries that I heard from both parents and teachers when I was a guidance counsellor was that this generation of children can sometimes be cynical, entitled, egocentric beings who seem to be amazingly ungrateful for… Continue Reading >

5 Ways to Stop Dieting: Find Freedom From the Weight-Loss Roller Coaster

Do you manage to stick to a diet for a few weeks but then start going off track? Or Are you constantly moving from one diet to the next, struggling with overeating & feeling out of control?​ Maybe you are… Continue Reading >

8 Simple Ways to Increase Your Families Mental Health

From the Team at Suicide Prevention Pathways   Ahead of Queensland Mental Health Week (9-17 October) and the Walk For Awareness presented by Tessa Group, we worked with the team at Suicide Prevention Pathways to share their learnings and insights… Continue Reading >

Ways to Help Children Process Information More Easily

As a parent or early childhood educator, I’m sure you’re interested in strategies to help children process information efficiently. This is called executive function and it supports learning. There are three key elements: Focus and self-regulation: can children behave in… Continue Reading >

Listening Effectively so that your Child Feels Heard (During Divorce and any other time)

When so much is happening during separation, being able to listen effectively so that your child feels heard becomes a crucial part of your everyday in divorce. Being able to communicate well with your child can help to strengthen the… Continue Reading >

Why always focusing on your children can lead to unhappiness

We know….you love your children more than anything in this world. That fierce, protective, forever love where you would go to the ends of the Earth and back for them without hesitation. The kind of love that you didn’t know… Continue Reading >

5 Tips to Help Children with ADHD Focus at School

School can be a very frustrating place for children with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) but finding effective strategies to help them stay focused can make a huge difference to the success of your child’s education and overall happiness. Why… Continue Reading >