Becoming a parent can equally be the most beautiful but also frightening and worrying experience, especially when we have concerns about our children that we can’t quite make sense of. We can (barely) cope with coughs and runny noses, vomiting bugs or chickenpox but sometimes it’s the more subtle things that can worry us most.
Storytelling is such a lovely and powerful way to interact with our children, it’s a great opportunity to share some intimate quality time and re-connect, while also conveying an exciting story or valuable message. Storytelling is deeply rooted in our “being human”. Long before there was writing, telling stories was how our history, our heritage,
I am going to ask a bit of a strange question at first glance, but are we in our modern society afraid of our children getting bored? It seems kids are constantly being taught, mothered, entertained, trained or babysat either by ourselves, by others or increasingly by technology. Oftentimes children have a full weekly schedule
It is unfortunately one of our main environmental challenges globally: plastic pollution. Especially our oceans and the wildlife in them are threatened severely by plastic pollution. Plastic is ingested by sea creatures and it also poses a threat through entanglement (animals getting caught up in loops, ropes, plastic bags etc.). It is estimated that in
I don’t know about you, but most of my childhood memories revolve around outdoor activities and adventures. We lived on the edge of a small rural village beside a forest and once we came home from school and our homework was done we went out the door to meet up with friends in the street