Daylight Savings

It has come to that time of year where the weather is warming up and the days are getting longer. If you are a parent then this may not have been as welcome as it is for the rest of… Continue Reading >

How to make family favourite breakfasts in a healthier way

Starting the day with a healthy and nutritional breakfast is the best way to start any day, however, it’s easier said than done, isn’t it? Children can be fussy eaters, and when it comes to eating vegetables, it can be… Continue Reading >

How to maximize your workout and lose weight fast

Do you have trouble losing weight? Or can’t seem to drop those last few kilos? There are so many theories about weight loss such as intermittent fasting, HIIT training, avoiding fruit and sugar in general, running excessively and the list… Continue Reading >

How to make reading an active part of your child’s daily life

Reading has undeniable benefits for your child’s cognitive development. In fact, children who read books often at age 10 and more than once a week at age 16 gain higher results in maths, vocabulary and spelling tests at age 16… Continue Reading >

10 Ways to show your Dad you love him on Father’s day

A son’s first hero and daughters first love is their Dad. He can play like a kid, give advice like a friend and protect like a bodyguard. Despite how much they are loved many of us can find it difficult to… Continue Reading >

Top ten tips to getting the spark back in your relationship after childbirth

You have just bought your beautiful baby home from the hospital and you are so in love, exhausted and overwhelmed all at the same time.  Suddenly your relationship to your partner has taken a back seat and not only has… Continue Reading >

Why do some kids regress in times of crisis?

By Robert McKenzie, Youthrive Psychologist   Have you noticed your child taking steps backwards in their development during COVID-19? Maybe there’s more moodiness, baby talk, potty accidents or sleep disruption than usual. Know that regression is temporary, and common in… Continue Reading >

Moving from the cot to the big bed

“When should I move my toddler from the cot to a bed? Is there an ideal time?” This is a question I get asked A LOT! Parents do get excited, naturally, about moving their little one to the next stage,… Continue Reading >

How work life balance is not as hard as you think.

Everywhere we look we are told that we need to have a well balanced life style. We need to balance our work life with our personal life, but  how do we do this? . The world that we live in… Continue Reading >

Tips and Tricks on Homeschooling

Homeschooling can be very rewarding in which you can teach children and teens one on one. You get to actually focus on that child or teen and help them. Sometimes you may have a few children to home school and… Continue Reading >