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Kathy Stowell certified Kaizen Muse Creativity coach and Simplicity Parenting Leader shares simple steps to family rhythm and ritual
In this episode::
- See you later, Alligator in a while Crocodile.
- Rituals and Rhythms to try
- Keeping it seasonal
- Holiday Rituals and Rhythms
- Safeguarding time
- Pyjama Party times
“Ensure that there are pauses between obligations” @KathyStowell — Click to Tweet
- Pause for us both
- Following a plan
- Mamma self care
- two actions you’ve taken in the last 2 years that have had a positive effect on your life?
- What were you doing 12 years ago?
- The favourite play activity in your household?
Simple importance of Please and Thank You
TRUCE your first stop to choosing toys
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It’s good to know that I’m not the only one who has noticed that “please & thank you” seem to have become a thing of the past. Parents need to take an active role in teaching their children manners while they are young, and keep instilling those values. Do you have transcripts of your podcasts available?
@CindiS Thanks for the comment CindiS.
I don’t have transcripts for the podcasts.