Do Whatever Works: Parenting Tips For Busy Parents
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I have been having a lovely time lately with a friend who has just had a baby - their third, a tiny sister for their two boys. This is one busy Mom, all children are under school age so she has her hands full!
Apart from being able to have fun with the boys and get to cuddle a tiny baby, it has been great for me be involved in the reality of a busy family.
I sometimes think it is all very well for me to be dispensing parenting advice with the benefit of experience and training, but the reality for you Mom's out there, often coping with little sleep, not enough support and the demands of more than one child - brings is all home to me what a tough job this can be!
Of course it is wonderful, and so precious, but when I saw how busy Julia is, I can see it is very hard to find time to just stop and enjoy it all.
So here's a few parenting tips for busy busy Parents:
Remember we have a wealth of tips over on our Top 10 Parenting Tips page. You can add your own to our collection.
Education and Learning Tele-SummitAstrid is running her education Tele summit again, with extra speakers and the recordings will be available for FREE 48 hours after each interview.
If you have concerns about schooling, or want ideas about how to help your child to thrive in school, listen to some great speakers, on topics ranging from bullying, Visionary Schools, Autism and ADHD, and helping energetically sensitive children thrive.
You will find some really inspirational speakers who are doing some fantastic work with children - don't miss it!
Tapping To Release Pain World SummitIf you or someone you love struggles with any sort of pain, then please check out the Online Tapping World Summit showing you for FREE, how to use EFT (Tapping) to release pain.
Whether it's migraines, back pain, or chronic conditions like arthritis or fibromyalgia, there is nothing like pain to disrupt your quality of life. But this simple technique can totally change your life.
Many of you will know I use EFT a lot with helping children to overcome anxieties, learn new skills and clear any limiting beliefs.
But what most of you won't know, I first started using EFT myself to help deal with chronic pain from an injury. EFT, Tapping, or Emotional Freedom Technique, is a simple sequence of tapping, using the accupuncture meridians to help release anything in the body that is contributing to pain or trauma. Either emotional or physical.
And it works. I've proved it over and over again, on myself, and with many families.
To help someone release chronic pain, or relieve ongoing painful conditions can seem like a miracle.
There is a short video telling you more about this awesome free event that the wonderful folk from the Tapping Solution are putting together.
After you watch it, make sure to register for the World Summit on Pain relief right away to reserve your spot.
Just to give you an idea, here are some of the topics that will be covered in the event:
We are moving into spring here in Tasmania, and it is gorgeous - bulbs exploding everywhere, lambs gamboling around the paddocks, and tiny green shoots appearing on the beautiful tree outside my office window. I won't mention the weeds that seem to grow at the speed of light!
Have a fabulous week,
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