The baby budget: Your Ultimate Guide to Not Financially Failing as a New Mum

Having a baby may be a blessing, but it’s one that comes with a hefty price tag.  And at 34 weeks into my first pregnancy, the costs have already started piling up. From the must-have bassinet (the Snoo) to the… Continue Reading >

Raise a changemaker to create a better future 

Recently I had a conversation with a teacher from Nigeria named Amazu. He reached out after participating in one of my webinars. Amazu shared that he takes part in “Teach for Nigeria” program. I wasn’t familiar with this program, so… Continue Reading >

Gestational diabetes

  What is gestational diabetes? Gestational diabetes is a form of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy and disappears that goes away after the baby is born. It is diagnosed when higher than normal blood sugar levels first appear during pregnancy…. Continue Reading >

The problem with asking ‘what do you want to be when you grow up?’

By Liv Pennie    ‘What do you want to be when you’re older?’ It’s a common question that we hear time and time again throughout our childhoods. Adults are prone to asking it to children of any age, at any… Continue Reading >

Your Child’s Future is Built on the Foundations You Help Them Build Today

by Dr. Scott Zarcinas My youngest daughter recently played her first game of soccer for her high school. Surprisingly, she wanted to play goalkeeper, the position nobody else in the team wanted to play. As the last line of defence,… Continue Reading >

How To Support Your Child During A Separation

Going through a separation can be a complex journey, and it can be impossible to predict how this decision is going to impact your child. Regardless of their age, children are very intuitive to change and unrest, and so it… Continue Reading >

The Keys To Understanding Your Child

One moment I was married and a father and then the next, I was raising 3 sons on my own. The youngest being 4 years old, and his older brothers, 11 and 12. At the same time I was in… Continue Reading >

Looking back, flooring forward

This last 12 months has been a different year on so many levels. It could be easy to get stuck in the disaster and the drama, worried about the past, the present or the future……Sure, there have been many changes… Continue Reading >

2020 a Year in Review

It’s been a fun year hasn’t it!  I cough as I type…  there have been times in 2020 when I like most people have had to remind myself that things happen for a reason (well daily actually).  Whilst things may… Continue Reading >

How Technology Helps Educate Children | Allan Dougan | Ep 43

In response to school closures caused by COVID-19 the increased use of technology has seen the biggest pedagogical change to education in generations. Despite the restrictions and challenges teachers, students and parents have faced by not being allowed in classrooms,… Continue Reading >