Leading By Example

by Sam Wood Most people know me as the health and fitness expert but what a lot of people don’t know is that my passion for fitness extends well beyond adults. In 2007 I founded Gecko Sports, Australia’s first ever… Continue Reading >

How to prevent technology creating a generation of hunchbacks

By Anthony Turri, a qualified Remedial Massage therapist, Exercise Physiologist, Sports Coach, Personal Trainer and National Program Manager of Remedial Massage at Endeavour College of Natural Health   With the introduction of technology at preschool and kindergarten, a remedial massage… Continue Reading >

How Technology Helps Educate Children

Media kindly brought to you by ABC Reading Eggs   Screen time. This has been the centre of numerous disputes in recent years. Amongst many, it is said that excessive use replaces opportunities for children’s motor exploration and social interaction…. Continue Reading >

STEM – What is it? And how can I incorporate it at home?

Welcome back to another blog post. This week we are looking at this new concept of STEM. “What is that?” I heard you say. Well, believe it or not, you wouldn’t be alone in asking this question. To put it… Continue Reading >

The Perfect Twist on a Mother’s Day eCard

Finding a Mother’s Day card is a thoughtful and personal gesture. The problem is that most greeting cards are so common that they can feel impersonal. Sure, you can personalize them by adding your own personal message or go the… Continue Reading >

Get creative and hop into the Easter spirit!

With Easter fast approaching we parents may be rattling our brains for holiday activities that’ll keep the kids entertained without being glued to technology. Craft activities are perfect for keeping kids amused and allows for kids to unleash their creativity… Continue Reading >

How cooking can help children with anxiety

By Chris Dickson, Youthrive Psychologist   Today, children are growing up in a whole new world. The boom in technology means that children are facing a lot of new difficulties that their parents never grew up with. Children are now… Continue Reading >

Tips to use technology to Cook like an Expert

  Aussies can turn to their mobile at every phase of their cooking journey: from deciding what to cook to improving their knife skills or discovering the best method to prepare a meal – all of this can be easily… Continue Reading >

Children and Technology

In the age of technology and social media, children and adolescents are now less likely to be physically active. Research has indicated that living a sedentary lifestyle (e.g. not being physically active and playing video games or watching television) can… Continue Reading >

Why is STEM Education so important for children?

Well, it is estimated that 75 per cent of jobs are within industries requiring skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). We are seeing a strong national demand for STEM skills as Australian businesses are looking to hire people with engineering… Continue Reading >