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It Came And Bit Him Where It Hurts!

By |July 11th, 2016|For Parents, Goal setting, Motivation, Success, Whole LIfe|

We had my son’s parent teacher interviews at school the other day.  He had 100% success rate but not the kind you really want.  His success?  He managed to have every one of his teachers say, “You’re a pleasure to have in the classroom BUT stop all your procrastinating and get your work handed in, [...]

Can We Change Our Memories?

By |March 13th, 2016|For Parents|

I have only fond memories of my childhood.  I used to worry about what memories my children will grow up with, but now I've analysed the whole process a bit more I no longer worry. My parents weren’t deliberately making memories for us, they were just living their life and doing what they thought was [...]

6 Tips To Get More Work-Life Balance

By |November 13th, 2015|Coping skills, For Parents, Happiness, Success, Whole LIfe|

If you’re always busy but feel like you aren’t performing at the optimal level in some areas of your life, then perhaps you need to check your work/life balance.  It’s a very common problem and the work/home balance is probably the most challenging of all.  It seems that you are needed everywhere and if you are a [...]

Why It’s Scary When You Have No Control

By |October 17th, 2015|As I see it, Coping skills, For Parents, Whole LIfe|

One of the scariest things in life is when you have no control and need to trust someone else, because there are times that you need to do that.  You can’t always be the one who makes all the decisions and leads the way, and how you do things is certainly not the only way [...]