A Mindful Mother’s Day: How to counter emotional eating with mindfulness

May is fast approaching and happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers out there. We spend so many hours of our day feeling headless and, in the clouds, it’s no wonder why May has been dubbed “Mindful May” by many… Continue Reading >

Motherhood and Anxiety

Anxiety is a far more common issue with new mums than postnatal depression. For many women, anxiety, not sadness, is what they feel after having their baby. It can start in pregnancy and once the baby is born to grow to… Continue Reading >

School Anxiety After Lockdown: Tips to Help Your Child Cope

Returning to school can be a stressful experience for children at the best of times, but going back to school after extended lockdowns can cause extra anxiety. Although many children and parents are looking forward to the return of school,… Continue Reading >

Want to know how to do mindfulness – hang out with your dog!

We can learn how to be good at mindfulness just by watching what our dogs do and how they live their lives. Yes this is a parenting blog, so why would we be talking about dogs? Just bear with us!… Continue Reading >

Self-care is not a luxury – it can prevent burnout.

We all need quiet in our lives for our mental health and well being. By taking some quiet time out it will help you to establish calm and wellness in your life. Although the benefits of mindfulness & meditation are… Continue Reading >

Tips for supporting the transition back to school in 2021

Transitioning to a new year or a new school can be a worrisome experience for your child, but thankfully, it doesn’t have to be. There are many actions parents and caregivers can take to ease the transition back to school,… Continue Reading >

Mindfully Loving Your Newborn | Krissy Regan | Ep 131

  Every experience in our lives and our perception of how positive or negative it was is relative to our personal opinion No two mothers have the same birth story and experience. The same goes for post birth experiences too… Continue Reading >

The Spirit of Christmas in a COVID-19 Year

 by Krissy Regan Many people are not ready to think about Christmas yet and I don’t blame them – I’m not quite there yet myself.  I confess I feel a bit worried about Christmas because I see so many families… Continue Reading >

Teaching your children mindfulness

By Mellissa Hooper, Youthrive Psychologist   If your child is struggling to focus at home, school or otherwise you could try teaching them basic steps to mindfulness. This does not necessarily mean meditation or yoga; instead it can be small… Continue Reading >

Mindfulness for Children

The world can be a confusing place, especially right now. Its only natural that children feel unsettled and a bit out of sorts. Many children are being home schooled due to COVID and this has resulted in more screen time…. Continue Reading >