22nd July 2016

25 Super Summer Holiday Activities that are kind to their mind and your pocket!

Well, the Summer holidays are here and so is the added pressure to create amazing memories and entertainment around the clock. Many of us parents still have work pressures, chores and errands galore to add to the mix, which can add to our time pressure and guilt. Some of the best memories are made with pure creativity not money. To save you some much needed time and energy, here are 25 activity ideas to save your sanity, boost their brainpower and save your pocket! Enjoy! Confidence boosting crafts Harry Potters positivity spells. Create your own magic book of positivity spells in your very own spell book. This is such great fun and really fun to do. Think of as many ways to
23rd November 2015

5 Simple mind games for super kids!

Do you ever wish you could encourage your child to feel happy, optimistic, calm and centred, confident or motivated? Give these 5 simple games a whirl. 1. Ask your child to think of a time when they felt really happy. You can give some examples if they are overthinking. Ask them to step into themselves in that moment. Ask them what they see, hear and feel. Make sure you go with them on the experience by matching your body language and voice tonality! 2. Tell your child a metaphorical story about a special child that overcame a problem situation. Make it vivid, bright and emphasise that no matter how many challenges they faced, they felt happy and confident to give
30th April 2015

Help your child overcome challenges

Children love stories and make believe. The ability to dream, create and use their imagination is one of the greatest qualities of childhood! Often the most successful adults maintain the ability to invent and create. Some of the greatest minds in innovation, creative writing and film making are passionate advocates of encouraging children to use their raw imagination. Society, obligation and day to day pressure of life can squash this super quality and make our adult blinkers set and inflexible. Reconnecting to this free, vivid and creative part of you will be help you build rapport with your children and encourage them to be open and inspired. Knowing that children are so receptive to storytelling and metaphor is especially useful