Posted on: 23.08.2021.

Author: mjug

Back to school

Although we are still in the middle of summer, some parents and children are starting to think about the beginning of the school year. They worry about buying school bags, books and supplies, choosing extracurricular activities and overall organization during school days. If we allow that, the tension in the body grows, the discomfort increases and various emotions appear that affect our mood.

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Back to school

Posted on: 01.07.2021.

Author: mjug

Why is children's stay in nature important?

Evolutionarily speaking, movement is innate to humans. At an early age, a child already starts showing a spontaneous interest in movement which is important for their overall development. Numerous advantages and benefits of time in nature and movement have been scientifically proven: for the physical and mental development of the child, but also for the intellectual development itself.

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Why is children's stay in nature important?

Posted on: 18.06.2019.

Author: Ana G

5 Steps to Successful Family Morning Routine

The time seems to fly faster in the wee hours of the day, especially if the whole family is in the rush to get ready. As a parent, you have most probably experienced the morning struggles of getting your little ones fed, packed and dressed for the day. If you have ever wondered how to establish a successful morning routine, consider the following steps for setting the whole family up for a stress-free start-of-the-day.  

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5 Steps to Successful Family Morning Routine

Posted on: 29.04.2019.

Author: Ana G

8 Ways to Get Your Teen to Open Up

For the parents of teenagers, it may seem that they talk to everyone but them. They spend hours texting, tweeting, with headphones in their ears and behind closed doors. However, it doesn't have to be that way. You can be both the parent and a person of trust for your teenager using these tips.

 

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8 Ways to Get Your Teen to Open Up