Sistermixin' The Whole Circle
About This Show
The Whole Circle is created by Jo and Tracey, two sisters on a mission to inspire you to live the best life possible. They have a whole lot of fun, they keep it real and never profess to be perfect!
Jo and Tracey live an additive free lifestyle, they both have families, children, husbands and run a successful food blog called Sistermixin'. This show is designed to talk about all things health, wellness, food, family & is going to inspire you to change the way you look at 'life'.
Life isn't meant to be stressful, it should be fun, chaotic, exciting and crazy and we wouldn't have it any other way.
Join us for a whole lot of fun and a whole lot of inspiration. We hope you enjoy the show!
Most Recent Episode
Episode #56 - Thriving Children with Clare Crew
6 days ago
Today we are chatting with Clare who we met on a business trip to the Philippines and instantly connected with her. She holds a special role where she helps to overcome children’s attention, learning and behavioural challenges by incorporating more movement, play, connection and of course real food.
Clare holds a Degree in Early Childhood Education and a Masters in Special Education. She also holds certifications in neuro-development with a focus on the brain/body connection.
We discuss common foods that may be affecting the behaviour of your child and what signs to look out for. We also dive into interesting discussions on the topic of primitive reflexes. Clare touches on the importance of some of these reflexes in children’s ability to take in the information around them. We also hear why specific reflexes are commonly holding kids back in their learning capacity.
Clare talks about events throughout her life that have fueled her passion for early education and improving food choices, including challenges overcoming her own infertility. She is now a proud mum of three!
We explore how homework has been shown to do more harm than good and options you can take if you don’t notice the benefits of homework for your children.
Links & Resources
Thriving Children Podcast: http://www.thrivingchildren.com.au/podcast.aspx