Drop the ‘should’ – it’s no good!

Drop the “should” – it’s no good!!!! When you hear yourself thinking or saying “I should do xyz” this means that you are applying someone else’s expectations onto yourself. These external influences could be from ‘society’, your upbringing and old limiting beliefs and thought patterns that no longer serve you. “Should” means you are doing …

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Kids and moving houses

Moving house when you have little ones can be a stressful time. People often underestimate the amount of stress it causes in the children as well. Even moving the layout of a room in your house can cause upset. This is due to it upsetting your little ones sense of safety, security and ‘anchor points’ …

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The dreaded haircut…

Sensory issues and autism can make some experiences overwhelming – haircuts being one of them! Think of all the elements that go into getting a haircut – the loud hairdryers, bright lights, product smells, fabric of cape, new people etc. It’s a lot! It’s a lot for any young child! A while back I was …

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Kids and technology

This is a topic that sparks debate! Technology or no technology? How much? At what age? The trick is in the balance and there is a lot to factor in. Staunch ‘montessorians’ will stand by the belief that children under 3 should have no technology at all, and very limited from 3-6 years old. Other …

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Raise your vibe instantly

Not all blog posts are long! Here’s a quick life hack: Simply turn negative statements into positive ones! Easy as that! ❌ sorry I’m late Turns into ✅ thanks for waiting for me! ❌sorry I kept you waiting ✅ thanks for being patient Or for the kids: ❌stop running in the house ✅ walk inside …

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Boost your health naturally (and some sneaky academics for the kiddos)!

In our household we always turn to natural alternatives first. Medications and the healthcare system absolutely have their place but for us they are not our number one go to.  We utilise healthy organic eating, movement (walks, bike riding, hiking, yoga etc), probiotics, supplements via our naturopath, regular chiropractic care, acupuncture for me and using …

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Camping – Autism style!

Autism and camping isn’t always a match made in heaven, sometimes due to sensory issues it can take some background work and preparation to get it to work successfully. Miss V (aged 3) wanted to go camping however she has significant sensory issues to lots of things involved in the camping experience including rustley fabrics …

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‘Having’ autism vs ‘being autistic’

For us we take the viewpoint that autism isn’t something to be ‘had’ it’s something we ‘are’. This changes the perspective from the more negative something ‘had’, (a disorder/disease/disability etc) to something that in our view is a superpower, amazing and part of the very identity (with some challenges, yes). This may also be heard …

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