I tested this recipe out when my son was being a picky eater and needed some new ideas. Not only is it easy but it’s so delicious that it has become a family staple, husband and toddler approved!
Praise yourself and others for effort, strategies, progress, hard work, persistence, resilience, learning from a mistake, or rising to a challenge. These are areas that develop a growth mindset and encourage the brain to grow.
I just read an article where the author has compiled a list of stock market predictions from well-known stock market experts. Since 2010, there have been 62 “can’t miss” predictions; 43 of those predictions were wrong. In other words, 69 per cent of these almost-certain predictions were wrong; two were neither right nor wrong and only 17, or 27 per cent, of these “can’t miss predictions” actually turned out to be right.
Attend to your own self-care – you will feel more energy and more focused. Some ideas are visiting your favourite place for a walk or tea, going to your favourite fitness class, starting a hobby you have always wanted to try. Self-care will keep you healthy and help you feel the joys in life.
Magnetic letters are a great way to play with the alphabet. You can find letters at your local dollar store.
All of us live busy lives. Occasionally we might be late for an appointment or date. When possible give yourself lots of time to arrive for your appointments – it is respectful of the time of others.
After the holidays is the time when many of my patients ask about cleanses, specifically liver detoxification. In this article I will focus on specific supplements that are excellent for liver support and detoxification.
Annoyances. Just thinking about them gets you frustrated! Scratch small ones around your home off the list e.g. sew on a button, replace a chipped glass, fix a squeaky door!
Drank too much at a Christmas or New Year's party? Using essential oils is a great way to naturally help the hangover and get the alcohol out of your system!!
“Please” and “Thank you” are so easy to say but often forgotten. Who can you say these words to this week?