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3 lessons parents can learn from the story of the 9 year old first crayon activist

On a recent morning when a first-grader asked her why her hair was “so crazy,” Bellen considered her large Afro, which has been both a source of compliments and teasing in her life. She then told the girl, “Maybe God wanted it to match my personality, because I’m all over the place.” – Washington Post

How far will you go?……………………… My top 9 lessons picked up from the “Moana” movie

First published: 14th July 2017 Wanaaa! Wanaaa! That is my toddler shouting for the umpteenth time to watch Moana. Not again! (eyes rolling and muttering under my breath which she doesn’t give a hoot about unsurprisingly :)). My household watched it the first time and my oh my! we loved it! (from the animation to

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How to reduce stress, beat boredom and boost positivity: Parents’ edition

This post is inspired by a Jay Shetty podcast I listened to on “11 indoor activities to reduce stress, beat boredom and boost positivity“. They were quite a useful list, however, as a parent I realised some of them would be a struggle so I decided to adjust to reflect the reality of parents. I

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