It’s just more convenient, seems cheaper and takes less work and planning to go to the grocery store to buy some herbs and veggies for your family. Why bother fighting the birds and pests to protect your harvest, why not just pop to the local shops for produce? Read More
Let’s talk. Nurturing Healthy Communication.
As parents, we are responsible to create and nurture a healthy culture of communication in our homes. Children are mini-mirrors of what we do, what we say, what we permit and what we protect. Home and family lay vital foundations for future patterns of healthy (or otherwise) communication. Read More
Yes… it is happening.
It is indeed almost the end of January.
No more denying it, school is almost back.
Some of you might even be getting ready for school, preschool, daycare for the first time. Exciting and Scary.
I have an excited little girl going into Year 1, and an almost excited little boy starting at preschool, So I am starting to get into the zone and thought I would create and share a checklist. Read More
Getting lost in the Wildflowers
With all the vast array of Aussie birds to count, overflowing waterfalls to see, and blooming local gardens to admire in the Blue Mountains it would be easy to forget the quieter native beauties of the show starring this Spring. Read More
Have you ever wondered about Home Schooling? My husband and I thought for quite a while that we would home school our kids. I have been so inspired by people around me that homeschool, and homeschool really well. I love so much about home schooling. While we ended up taking a different route and are enjoying being part of our local school, I will always have homeschooling on the table as an option should it feel right for our family in the future.
Prior to meeting people that were homeschooling, I had so many misconceptions about what it would look like, be like. So I have invited a friend of mine to answer some commonly asked questions about Homeschooling. Read More