How can you bring the spirit of play into your day? “We’ve been playing games since humanity had civilization – there is something primal about our desire and our ability to play games.” – Jane McGonigal When you Play Life there are four overlapping categories of activity: physical activity, relating to people, creating things and experiences that contribute to … Continue reading Play!
Hey there! I am thrilled to share my Play Life Manifesto. The Connected Age of Play is happening now and gaining momentum every day! You can play life as a performance art, as a collaborative game or as a worthy quest. You can live your dream to contribute to the lives of others in your … Continue reading Play Life! Introduction
The world can be a confusing and challenging place. This is especially true for a child. Children don’t have a lot of control over their lives. They also have to spend all day with other children, who can be less than supportive and encouraging.
As a parents we spend all our time ensuring that our child have a healthy level of self-confidence. Sometimes this can be a tough job for us as there are so many outside influences in our children's life, which we just can't control.
Try these tips to boost your child’s self-confidence and watch them bloom:
Some people find journaling appealing while others think it sounds like an incredibly boring activity. If you don’t currently write in a journal regularly, you might want to reconsider. There are numerous benefits to recording your thoughts, life, and aspirations on a daily basis.
Today we are going to focus on the mind. Your mental health is just as important as the food you eat. Today’s world means we are fitting much more into our day leaving room for stress to creep in and take charge. If you feel stressed, anxious, overworked or generally unhappy or uninspired then it is even more important to give your mind some extra space and calmness.
Each person has their own version of what self care means. It’s all about the individual. What works for you may not work for the next person. This is the same as your diet and the food you consume.
My inner strength keeps growing
Each day I become wiser and more resilient. My inner strength keeps growing. My mind, heart, and spirit are very powerful.
Ever jumped into bed and thought to yourself, I wish I took a bath or read a book? I forgot to make a green juice or my morning smoothie? I forgot to look after ME! Over the next 4 weeks I will share with you more information about self-care, what amazing things it can do for your overall well-being and how to implement it into your daily life.
As mums, everyday we are juggling responsibilities at home and work, which often results not being able to find the time to drink a hot cup of tea let alone finding time to sit down and meditate. While we are trying to organise our days, we can still start living more meditatively right now.
Hot chocolate recipe packed full of B Vitamins niacin and biotin to support the normal function of the nervous system, Pantothenic acid contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and Adaptogenic herbs help mind and body adapt to everyday stress.