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Top 10 most controversial and competitive topics in Pregnancy & Early parenting.

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In no particular order here are my top ten most controversial or competitive topics in early parenting. My intention is not to be contentious, competitive and I’m not here to instruct. But rather to highlight the importance of developing a strong sense of your personal strategy for navigating these phases or situations.  If you don’t […] Read More

3 golden time management rules for parents

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What parent doesn’t have issues with time?  Are there enough hours in the day to do everything and still be a good mother? Here are 3 golden rules of Time management for parents. Set goals – If you fail to plan you plan to fail. Goal setting can be as simple as a list of tasks […] Read More

Koan for Positive Parenting- On Teaching Kahlil Gibran

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This passage by Kahlil Gibran On Teaching expresses metaphorically what it means to promote curiosity, 1 of the 24 Character strength, known to promote flourishing which we work with in my Bubs Hubs.  Kahlil Gibran On Teaching No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asleep in the dawning of your knowledge. […] Read More

Koan for parenting – Self-Knowledge by Kahlil Gibran

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 For a little inspiration from art for the for parenting! And a man said, Speak to us of Self-Knowledge. And he answered saying: Your hearts know in silence the secrets of the days and the nights. But your ears thirst for the sound of your heart’s knowledge. You would know in words that which you have […] Read More

Koan Meditation for Parenting

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– African proverb: “It takes a village to raise a child.” Todays Daily Koan Meditation address every working parents worries regarding sending their child to nursery.. There is the control freak answer to this which is no. “no one can parent your child like you” But are you really qualified to do everything?  Child development […] Read More

New mothers: 6 positive activities to reduce your risk of PPD (Postpartum Depression)

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Life as a new parent can be overwhelming, and your needs can be left behind so here are 6 beneficial activities designed to keep Postnatal depression at bay. 1, Take some sleep when your baby sleeps – this can not be emphasised enough.  Lack of sleep can amplify the effects of stress, anxiety and a crying baby. […] Read More

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