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Chatabout Children Podcast with Sonia Bestulic
27 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
CC81 - Food Fuel for Effective Learning with Monica Kubizniak
In this week’s episode of the Chatabout Children™ Podcast we sit down with dietitian Monica Kubizniak, where we will talk about food fuel for effective learning. Monica completed her Master’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics in 2000. Since graduating, she’s worked in community health centers, hospitals, and private practice both here in Australia and overseas. Monica is not only a dietitian but also a mum to 3 young kids. So, we ask her how she practises her expertise in food and nutrition at home. She gives us her top tips for creating healthy filling meals to help sustain our children as they grow and learn. In this episode Monica and Sonia Bestulic also discuss:Why she advises parents against cooking more than one meal for families with more than one child. How she teaches and encourages her kids to listen to what their bodies are telling them — to cues — about fuelling and refueling themselves; something they will bring with them when they become adolescents. What are the best foods to give your preschool or school-age child for learning, concentration, and attention.A typical day for a dietitian with three kids. She shares the actual food she prepares for her kids’ breakfast, lunch, snack time and dinner. The common culprits that we find in the lunch box of a typical Australian child. How to cope with the imperfect days when you don’t have time to buy, or prepare, healthy food for your child. Monica’s Top After School or Morning Tea Snack Ideas for Kids What everyone should know about the harmful effect of nitrates in your body and the healthier options available in the market. When I asked Monica about her top 3 healthy snack ideas to prepare for kids, she gave me more than 3, which is amazing. Here are her top 7 snack ideas: Whole grain toast with toppings like avocado, baked beans, egg or peanut butter Nuts Savory muffins Mini frittatas Yogurts Smoothies with low-fat milk and fruits Soups – chicken and veggie or lentil and veggie So sit back and enjoy this episode of the Chatabout Children Podcast with Sonia Bestulic as she interviews Monica Kubizniak. Listen to the full episode here Links:Chatabout ChildrenBook an appointment with MoniaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
26 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
CC80 - Foundations for Reading and Spelling Part 2
In this episode of Chatabout Children™ Podcast, we look at the foundations of learning to read and spell with a real focus on pre-schoolers. This is part 2 of this comprehensive topic and a guide can be found in Sonia’s e-book - 4 Power Tools to Ready your Preschooler to Read and Spell. In part 1 we talked about practical strategies, speech and language milestones for 3-5 year olds, what to do if you are concerned that your child is not reaching those milestones, and oral language skills. You can listen to Part 1 here. How oral language is linked to literacyIn the preschool period and early schooling, the real focus is for children to receive life experiences that are going to enrich their vocabulary. So, it’s really about having fun and incorporating things in your everyday life, and it’s not about sitting at a tabletop and forcing your child to learn to read or spell.Because those life experiences will build their vocabulary and their view of how things operate in the real world. Think about this: your child starts out by learning to read. And as they grow older, they are reading to learn. Phonological awarenessWhat is it? Phonological awareness is the conscious awareness of the sounds of language and that ability to reflect on the sounds in words.For example, preschool children start to notice the following: Words that rhyme: mum and drum Words that sound odd Words with the same sound beginning Engaging a lot in sound play – making their own words and rhymes 5 ways to build phonological awarenessHere are the 5 ways to build phonological awareness: Syllable counting – learning how to break up words into smaller parts makes it easier for children to spell long words. For example: Break the word caterpillar into cat-er-pil-lar. Another tip: To make it fun, you can clap out the syllables. Rhyme time – is a great way to learn new words and get kids to think about how words can relate to each other. It sets the foundation to learn about word families and sounds that letters can make. For example: ‘fight’ and ‘night’ belong to the same word family. Hearing the first sound in a word – You can start with family names from photos. For “Here’s Sally. What’s the first sound that we hear when we say Sally?” Another tip: You can use catalogues from supermarkets and let your child identify the first sound of products. Sounding out words – It’s not about the spelling of words, it’s about the sounds. Focus on words with a structure of 2 to 3 sounds like bin, dog, cat, go. Another tip: Use coloured counters. Alphabet – learning and reinforcing the alphabet in everyday life. The car is a great place where you can do a lot of these activities like street signs, shop signs, billboards, etc. Listening and attention skillsBeing able to focus, pay attention and listen is so crucial to skill development, particularly for children looking to start school. There’s got to be that important foundation because they are going to an environment so different to their home environment.If you are concerned about your child’s attention or listening skills, you can do the activities that we already talked about or sharing books within a daily book routine will help build their concentration skills. My comment on appsThere’s lots of great apps that help with learning to read and spell, but there’s a popular one called Reading Egg. https://readingeggs.com/apps/ You should check it out. But be very mindful of screen time, a topic that I discussed in the last episode. It is good practice, a year before going to school, to have your child checked for the following: vision checked, particularly by a behavioural optometrist. ears and hearing checked fine and gross motor skills So sit back and enjoy this episode of the Chatabout Children Podcast with Sonia Bestulic as she shares the foundations for reading and spelling. Resources:Reading Eggs Chatabout Children 079 – Foundations for Reading & Spelling Part 2 4 Power Tools to Ready your Preschooler to Read and Spell Links:Chatabout ChildrenSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
27 minutes | Sep 21, 2021
CC79 - Foundations for Reading and Spelling Part 1
In this episode of Chatabout Children™ Podcast, we look at the foundations of learning to read and spell with a real focus on preschoolers – children who are from 3 to 5 years of age. This is part 1 of this comprehensive topic and a guide can be found in Sonia’s e-book - 4 Power Tools to Ready your Preschooler to Read and Spell Speech and Language Milestones Learning to speak and communicate is a crucial part of a child’s development because it will help them progress in their early school years in terms of mastering those rules of language. Even though development will vary for each child, it is important to have a rough guide (or milestones) as to what typical development is and you can ascertain if your child might need a bit more help. 3 years of age Children at 3 years of age understand more complex directions (2-part instructions), WH Questions (What, Where and Who). Different concepts, and they can sort items into groups when asked. In terms of expressive language, they are able to say 4-5 words in a sentence and they start to have a conversation with you. When it comes to play skills, this is the age when they start playing beside other children and start role playing games 4 years of age Children at 4 years of age children understand most questions about their daily routine, more WH questions (and answer those related to a story they just heard), and they are showing an awareness that words may start or finish with the same sounds. In terms of their speaking, sentences are longer now, making use of connecting words (and, but, because), they are able to describe or recount something that they had just done, asking a lot of questions, and you’ll also notice lots of concepts developing. As to play skills, they are now playing in small groups, they are continuing their pretend play and they are starting to play games with simple rules. 5 years of age Children at 5 years of age understand longer instructions (3-part instructions), starting to understand “before and after instructions” and they understand instructions without having to stop and listen. They start speaking well-formed sentences understood by most people, turn-taking in a longer conversation, and tell simple stories with a beginning, middle and end. Play continues to be quite imaginative, they start to negotiate, you’ll find that they include other things — things they haven’t experienced like space. Speech sounds At 4 years of age, a child can say most of the consonant and vowels sounds correctly, and between 4 and 5 some of their pre-literacy skills start to be a little bit reinforced — rhyming words and syllables. At age 5, they may still have a bit of trouble with the r sound, replacing it with w like “wabbit” instead of “rabbi”. Also, they confuse the th sound with an f sound like “fank you” instead of “thank you”. Another common one is a lisp, where the s goes to a th sound like “it’s thunny outside” instead of “it’s sunny outside”. A child speaking another language at home (aside from English) If you speak a foreign language at home, you can still use the milestones I mentioned earlier as a guide and apply to the dominant language spoken at home. But if you are still not convinced, it is best to consult with a speech pathologist about this. What to do if you are concerned after learning the milestones? If you are concerned that your child has not reached the milestones we discussed earlier at her age level, then have a chat with your medical professional or family doctor, get the child’s hearing checked or contact your local speech pathologist. 6 practical, easy-to-apply strategies on how to power up your child’s vocabulary Children between 2 and 5 years of age learn at a really extraordinary pace. They understand and remember words that they may have heard once or twice (warning: be careful with your own language). So a strong vocabulary helps a child to create a message and information that they want to express successfully. Here’s how you can encourage the growth of your child’s vocabulary in 6 easy ways: Interactive book-sharing – Make book-reading engaging and a little bit more fun, not just one-way. Go to your local library for variety and to save on costs. Download the PDF guide Interactive Book Sharing Speak to your child using a variety of words – Be mindful of your own vocabulary. Rather than using just one word to describe something, add other words that give the same meaning (e.g. for “big” use also “enormous”, “huge”, “gigantic” etc.) Be specific and descriptive – The more words your child hears daily, the more they will likely absorb them and use them. For “teddy bear” say “teddy bear with the blue pants and striped shirt” instead, for example. Use everyday life opportunities to reinforce words and alphabet – Those routines that happen every day are perfect for you to talk to your child about what’s happening at that time. For example, at bath time say: “Pouring water in the big blue cup. Pouring, pouring, pouring.” Make label cards for items around the house – For example, in a bedroom, label simple words like a bed or a rug and also talk about the letters and the sounds they make in those words like b for bed. Look at sorting common household items – This will help your child organize information in their brain and gives them a chance to see what they’re hearing. For example sorting socks, shoes, or pencils by colour or size. Screen time habits Screen time is so easily accessible these days and it is said to contribute to a language delay and social skills difficulties especially if the screentime is so excessive that it takes away from human interaction time. One of the parenting websites here in Australia recommends that children under 2 years of age should have to steer clear of the screen altogether, which I did for my own children. For Children 2-5 years of age, the recommendation is no more than an hour a day and for 5-18 year olds, it should be no more than 2 hours a day. In essence, just exercise some common sense and moderation when it comes to screen time and it should not replace human interaction. You’ve now had an understanding of the milestones for speech sound, language and play skills. For any other concerns, please seek the advice of a medical professional. So, sit back and enjoy this episode of the Chatabout Children Podcast with Sonia Bestulic as she discusses Foundations for Reading and Writing. Links: Chatabout Children Resources: E BOOK - 4 Power Tools to Ready your Preschooler to Read and Spell Download the PDF guide Interactive Book Sharing Toddler Communication Checklists Top 10 Tips to Nurture Confident Communication in KidsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
33 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
CC78 - Talking money with kids Melissa Meagher
Is money an openly talked about topic in your family? Most of the time, our frustration comes when children want us to buy them what they want even though they don’t need it. As parents, we often consider our finances before any buying decision. But do we include our kids in the conversation? If you’re someone who struggles with saying ‘no’ to your kids when they frantically beg you to buy them another toy to add to their never-ending collection, today’s episode is for you. With me today is Melissa Meagher who took her passion for finance and making a difference in people’s lives to create her own money-coaching business called ‘Talking Money.’ She is a financial advisor who is also a mother of two. Melissa shares her top tips for talking money with kids. She shares the most common obstacles that people need to overcome; how to be conscious about what we say and the impact money can have on relationships. She reveals practical ways to help kids understand the value and importance of money, and how to handle money better in this modern era, including common trends like credit cards for kids. Money chat should be a normalized daily conversation. Melissa says, ‘Talk to your kids about money in everyday life, as if it’s a normal thing. Don’t make it this thing you’ve got to sit down and have this big conversation about it.’ She shares how we can encourage healthy money mindsets, shape children’s reasoning as they handle money growing up, and how we can reframe language and be more conscious of the words we use in addressing money matters with our children. ‘Get your children involved with making family money decisions so you get their buy-in and their involvement.’ So sit back and enjoy this episode of the Chatabout Children Podcast with Sonia Bestulic as she interviews Melissa Meagher. Links:Chatabout Children Talking MoneyConnect with Melissa on LinkedIn Taking Money Facebook References:Pocket Money Calculator and CardSavings Goal CalculatorBudget Planner45 Minute Strategy SessionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
31 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
CC77 - Raising Strong, Confident Kids with Dr Louise Metcalf
Raising a child has never been easy. Raising a strong confident child, during a pandemic, is even harder. To learn how this is possible, I sit down with Dr. Louise Metcalf to discuss ways to look after our children’s wellbeing. We specifically talk about how we can teach our children to be more resilient and adaptable, so they can enjoy life as kids while becoming more eager to face the challenges of life growing up. We discuss the definition of resilience and adaptability, the makings of a strong and confident child and, how we help our kids discover their strengths and find ways to use them. Dr Louise shares how we can manage anxiety in our kids particularly during the COVID pandemic. Dr Louise says “Tell your kids what you like about them as a person – it’s about recognising self-worth.” Her advice to parents and carers is to slow down, practice relaxation and self-care, meditate, teach your kids how to meditate and remember to just stop and breathe. We discuss some of the reasons we’re observing these mental health issues in kids nowadays and how, after years of supporting children with anxiety and mental wellbeing, Dr Louise had the idea for a robot that can help kids with their anxiety. It came in the form of an app called ‘Gheorg’. The Friendly Robot empowers children with emotional intelligence and mental wellbeing. ‘Build a village around your kids, the village should be quite big’ says Dr Louise ‘Gheorg can be part of that village.’ So, sit back and enjoy this episode of the Chatabout Children Podcast with Sonia Bestulic as she interviews Dr Louise Metcalf. Links:Listen to the full episode hereChatabout ChildrenConnect with Dr Louise Metcalf on LinkedInDownload ‘Gheorg’ hereSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
34 minutes | Aug 11, 2021
CC76 - Strengthening Emotional Wellbeing with Julia Pappas
In our previous chat with Julia Pappas, we talked about what emotions are, what emotional development is, and how we regulate emotions. We’ve learned that our ability to acknowledge, express, and regulate emotion is a very crucial life skill and fortunately, as parents, we can teach this skill to our children. In this episode, we’re diving a bit deeper and discussing how to strengthen emotional wellbeing. We tackle specific strategies and tools that we can use to nurture that strength in our children, such as building emotional vocabulary, storytelling, simple observation, and so much more. Julia shares some common issues parents have when dealing with their child’s emotional wellbeing and how their emotions might translate into behaviours when the child’s needs are not met. No child comes with a parenting manual. Julia re-assures all parents that there is support. She shares the skills which are needed to strengthen our child’s emotional wellbeing and the difference between teaching the recognition of emotions and teaching emotional regulation. Julia gives us some real-life examples of situations wherein a child may still not have developed the skills needed for emotional wellbeing and how we can best respond to them. The first step is to be observant. Whenever you are noticing a negative behaviour or the way a specific emotion is expressed, ride that out. This is what I see; this is a challenge. Then flip it into, this is what I would like to see instead. Be specific about the skills you want your child to learn. Ask yourself, What would I like my child to be able to do, to express, to show? And how can I teach that? It is important to remember, even in the midst of a meltdown, that your child is trying to communicate. Remember that emotions and behaviour are devices to communicate a need.Knowing ourselves as parents, how we process emotions, and how we support our own emotional wellbeing will help us in guiding that process in teaching and modelling to the child. So, sit back and enjoy this episode of the Chatabout Children Podcast with Sonia Bestulic as she interviews Julia Pappas. LinksChatabout Children Julia’s website The Parenting Presence PodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
26 minutes | Jul 27, 2021
CC75 - An Introduction to Emotional Development with Julia Pappas
Raising children is not only a fulfilling and rewarding experience in itself but also one that is quite challenging – especially when we see our kids having temper tantrums, mood swings, and getting upset over the smallest things. Sometimes, these situations can leave us feeling frustrated, guilty, and shameful when we don’t handle them well. We wish our child would just remain calm all the time and respond positively in the face of disappointing situations but could that even be possible? Fortunately, our guest knows a thing or two on how to regulate our child’s emotions and regulating our own emotions as parents as well. In this Chatabout Children episode, our guest Julia Pappas, introduces us to the topic of emotional development. She shares why it is so important, and how we can help our children develop this valuable skill throughout life (without becoming an emotional mess). We start by defining emotions and the four core emotions she wants all parents to understand. We look at how social-emotional development develops from birth to toddler years to up until our child enters school. The three pillars of appropriate emotional development are ‘You’re ok, your needs are ok and your emotions are ok’ says Julia. As the adult care-taker, we need to have the self-awareness and emotional maturity to reinforce these pillars. We also discuss parent guilt when we are not able to regulate our own emotions and tips on how to respond to our child having a tantrum - Make sure we are ready. Show up fully regulated ourselves. Recognize that the tantrum is an escalation of our child’s emotions because their need was not met. ‘When an adult is fine with whatever the child is feeling, then the child will be as well.’ Says Julia. So sit back and enjoy this episode of the Chatabout Children Podcast with Sonia Bestulic as she interviews Julia Pappas. Links: Chatabout Children Julia’s website The Parenting Presence podcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
21 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
CC74 - The Power of Play with Dr. Bo Stjerne Thomsen
In today's episode, we chat with Dr. Bo Stjerne Thomsen, the Vice President and Chair of Learning Through Play at the LEGO Foundation in Denmark. He spent 9 years building the research agenda and organizational expertise on children's development, play, and learning to enable the LEGO Foundation to be the leading authority on Learning Through Play. The process of "learning through play" is a long-term game. LEGO builds skills for life. Regulation, manipulation, symbol recondition, muscle building and cognitive learning are all bonus’ of learning through play. Free-play teaches children to deal with change and uncertainty which is a skill needed for success in adulthood. So, by allowing children to play, create, build and problem solve is a valuable skill needed for their future. Dr. Bo's wise advice to parents during their children's playtime: ‘Do not set your expectations, always to be the one who knows everything, but instead acknowledge uncertainty and help to ask questions, reflect and explore ideas. The goal is to equip children to make decisions and learn. We cannot do it for them. Always reflect and say, "How can we facilitate play?". Children need time, and an open from structure, to be able to ask questions, reflect, and contribute. ‘It’s the best way for them grow up and learn to make decisions on their own.’ Educators, have a different role in play. First and foremost, the goal is to balance the instruction with project based learning and free play. Work with the school leadership to embed playful learning as part of longer sessions. Stitch topics together, embed collaboration, creativity and knowledge into that. ‘Be less concerned about failing as instructors, and just show the source of knowledge’ says Dr. Bo. Invite students to think about creative problems, projects, and collaborations. Allow them to assess what they are doing. So, sit back and enjoy this episode of the Chatabout Children Podcast with Sonia Bestulic as she interviews Dr. Bo Stjerne Thomsen. Links: Chatabout Children LEGO Foundation Join the Free LEGO Foundation Course LEGO Foundation Facebook LEGO Foundation Twitter LEGO Foundation LinkedIn See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
25 minutes | Jun 29, 2021
CC73- Grow through what you go through with Dave POW Tabain.
Joining us today on the children’s author spotlight, we speak with Dave Pow Tabain. Dave is a three-time World Kettle Bell Champion, motivational speaker and creator of the 30 Day Challenge which inspires thousands of people around the world to achieve their best and face their challenge. He is also the author of the ‘POWman’ books which aim to teach children how to turn bullying into a positive experience. Before he was an author, Dave grew up in a small country town which came which difficulties. After failing high school English, along with negative mental health experiences, he came to a realisation - ‘When you see what you don’t want to become, you get to a point where the only option is to do something about it.’ So, Dave started Australia’s first kettlebell gym, in a backyard, and actively made choices to change his life. The question then becomes - How can I make this great? Dave shares his mindset during his first kettlebell championship. ‘I remember stepping onto the platform and the guy who was winning at the time, was making fun of me.’ This just motivated Dave to push harder. ‘My first mindset was to prove myself and that evolved into creating a pathway for myself.’ Dave wanted to use his championship wins to inspire others to look after their own lives. ‘These last few years I have gone within. I’ve taken the energy from kettlebell lifting and turned it towards the books’ says Dave. There are three books in the POWman series. Book one is ‘Unleash the Hero Within’, then ‘Discover the Strength Within’ and the third being ‘Find the Courage Within.’ Dave tours around to different schools and shares the impact meeting POWman has on the kids. ‘We get all the kids from the school together and I help them to picture themselves in the story and feeling what it would be like. The goal is for them to read a story, which then inspires them to be their best selves.’ Dave goes on to say, ‘I can’t take away the pressure from these kids, but I can teach them how to grow through what they go through.’ In each book Dave has included a ‘POWplan’ where kids learn to strategize around a particular situation. ‘We’ve seen kids who are becoming bullyproof’ says Dave. So, what are Dave’s top tips for parents and carers who feel the pressure of becoming the perfect role model? ‘Remove the idea of perfect. A superhero’s superpower is rising to occasion in challenging times.’ Dave says parents need to ‘drop the perfectionism and teach your kids that no matter how bad the day is, we can fight again the next day.’ So sit back and enjoy this episode of the Chatabout Children Podcast with Sonia Bestulic as she interviews Dave Pow Tabain. Links:Get a copy of ‘POWman’Join the ‘Creating Change In 2021 with Dave POW Tabain’ group on FacebookFollow @davepowtabain on Instagram Don’t forget to subscribe, leave a rating, and review:chataboutchildren.com/ituneschataboutchildren.com/spotifychataboutchildren.com/stitcherchataboutchildren.com/tuneinchataboutchildren.com/google PODCAST DISCLAIMER Any information and links presented within the Chatabout Children™ with Sonia Bestulic podcast are aimed to provide general information and advice only. Information is to be used at the discretion of the consumer/ listener. The information presented does not replace or substitute the expert advice received from a direct consultation with the relevant qualified professional. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
37 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
CC72 - ADHD - What Is It? What Is It Not? How Do We Help Our Kids?
ADHD is a huge topic area for discussion; with so many questions attached! So what exactly is it? What is it not? Why is it so often missed? Misunderstood? And what approach works to best help our children with an ADHD diagnosis? I was keen to explore this further, and did so with the exceptional Simon Da Roza; who has over 33 years teaching experience and a specialised passion for helping kids and families with ADHD. Enjoy the chat, and remember to share with family, friends and with colleagues who you know will benefit.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
27 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
CC71 - Kindness as a Kids Superpower
What a treat to have the amazing award-winning Author, Josh Langley join me for a chat! Josh is an inspirational mental health advocate; whose book series, latest course for kids, and latest book "Wildly Kind" is changing the lives of children around the world. This is an important chat to tune in to, as I know for parents/ carers and professionals working with children; there is a collective movement and wish, to have kids develop not just a strong relationship with themselves; but also with others, and the world around them. Is kindness the superpower to do this? Enjoy this insightful chat with the talented Josh Langley.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
46 minutes | May 20, 2021
CC70 - The Danish Way of Parenting
What can we learn from Danish parents? After all, Denmark has been voted the happiest country on the planet for 40 consecutive years?! I share a fascinating chat with Jessica Joelle Alexander, the Bestselling Author, Journalist, Danish Parenting Expert and Cultural Researcher. Her book “The Danish Way of Parenting: What the Happiest People in the World Know About Raising Confident Capable Kids" is published in over 28 countries. This chat with Jessica is overflowing with inspiration, and wonderful ways we can incorporate simple, yet deeply meaningful approaches in our daily lives with the children we share our world with. Enjoy this beautiful chat!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
60 minutes | May 4, 2021
CC69 - Mothers Day Mash up - Honouring Mothers, Celebrating Children
SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY MASH UP EPISODE! Excited to be sharing something a little different in this episode; themed to honour mothers and celebrate children. Multiple guests join the show, as we wrap up our five episode special self-care series. Not only will you hear from my three children - you will also relish in words of wisdom from the wonderful Psychologist and Yoga Teacher, Miranda Watkins; Founder of Evolve Wellbeing; AND be empowered and inspired by high profile entrepreneur and podcast host to one of Australia's top rating podcasts, Tory Archbold, who joins this episode with her teenage daughter Bella. Sit back, and enjoy this authentic, celebratory episode! Sonia xSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
29 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
CC68 - Nutrition and Exercise in the First 6 Months of Giving Birth
Dahlas Fletcher is known to many, around the globe, for her expertise when it comes to exercise and nutrition during and after pregnancy. Her specialised training approach makes her highly sought after. Dahlas continues to inspire women worldwide to nurture and cherish both their bodies and their minds, during the transitional time into motherhood and beyond. This is episode 4 of a 5 episode special self-care series inspired by the release of Flourish for Mums 21 ways to thrive with self-care and acceptance.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
54 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
CC67 - Self-Care for Kids, Teachers and Artists
Chatabout Children has joined podcast forces with the infamous Dani Vee from the Words and Nerds Podcast We share a wide-ranging and super enriching chat covering fascinating topics; including: Books and their deep impact on our development, health, wellbeing and brains! The challenges and triumphs of self-care for artists and teachers Our personal stories, tips and practices that keep us doing the things we love. You will absolutely love this chat, and I am so excited to have you join us!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
40 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
CC66 - Looking + After Yourself = Looking After Your Money
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14 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
CC65 - Flourish for Mums - The Inspiration, The Purpose, The Mission
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41 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
CC64 - Raising Emotionally Intelligent Children
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45 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
CC63 - Spotlight on Children's Author - Georgie Donaghey
Wow-what a jam-packed chat with the wonderfully talented Children's Author, Georgie Donaghey. Georgie not only shares her own personal writing journey to publication; she also generously offers her renowned wisdom when it comes to writing; author school visits; kids writing workshops, adult writing workshops and events; and ALSO let us in on some HUGE NEWS! This is a must listen to the episode!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
28 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
CC62 - The Kidpreneur
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