Teaching Kids Respect

The equality of women has been an issue for many years. It is currently more of an issue when it becomes apparent to the public about how women are treated in the political arena by some of their male colleagues…. Continue Reading >

A nutritionists guide to a plant-based Easter with kids

Written by: Kiah Paetz   With Easter well-known as the chocolate-filled holiday, it can be a very difficult time to maintain a healthy diet. In addition to this, many Australian families are making the switch to eat a plant-based diet. Research… Continue Reading >

Balancing Business and Babies

Business consultant Olivia Jenkins’ cup is always full, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. At 28, Olivia is a busy mum of three under three,  with a thriving business consulting company which she founded in late 2019. Olivia’s… Continue Reading >

How teaching parents to budget screen time can help them negotiate the minefield of kids and technology

The Screen Time Budget   Last week, after discussing how much time was being spent in front of Minecraft, my eldest came back at me with a frustratingly good observation: “But Dad… it’s educational!” He wasn’t wrong. As a high… Continue Reading >

Tips To Baking With Kids

It’s no surprise that here at Clever Crumb, we love to bake! Not only for the creativity, sense of achievement and enjoyment of a home-baked good, but more rewardingly, being able to share the experience with others. We are a… Continue Reading >

Fun Easter Craft Activities for Kids

Favourite Gorilla Glue Easter craft activities to try by Zoe Gilpin (@thediydecorator) DIY Easter Hat What you need: Gorilla Super Glue Gel Gorilla Clear Glue Minis Straw hat (or similar) Decorative coloured rope Various Easter themed decorations Assorted faux floral… Continue Reading >

Mum guilt and how TV Reno Queen Lysandra Fraser rode out the COVID storm

The past nine years have been a whirlwind for TV reno queen Lysandra Fraser. For starters there’s been her star turn on The Block: Sky High and The Block: Fans vs Faves alongside her twin sister Alisa, the day to… Continue Reading >

Teaching kids to cope with failing

Somehow in our culture, we have developed the belief that protecting our kids from discomfort, and the pain of disappointment, is the way to be effective parents. There is a misconception that if children suffer any discomfort growing up, there’s… Continue Reading >

Entertaining kids at home

Like many other parents in 2020 I found myself suddenly at home a lot more with my kids (10 and 7) than ever before. This was a whole new level of challenge. So many hours. So little space. I had… Continue Reading >

Top Tips to Support Kids’ Maths Study 2021 | James Burnett | Ep 141

  Following our experiences with homeschooling in 2020, Term 1 has presented a welcome return to the classroom and an opportunity to start the year afresh. It also has many parents eager to make a conscious effort to make this… Continue Reading >