Slow Parenting Tips, Brian Tracy Quote, Peaceful Parent Happy Kids Online Course (#18)

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The Monkey Mashup want to give parents a better way to see and solve challenges in their homes. We aim to support families in parenting and child development, bringing out the best in everyone.

Here is your weekly Monday Mashup, a quick list of what we are finding useful. If you enjoy it, please feel free to forward to friends.

Tips We Learned

Are you tired of parenting in the fast lane of today? A busy schedule of educational activities with little free time was the norm for many parents who wanted to raise intelligent, motivated kids. However, a young child’s neurological systems, sense of security, and level of curiosity about their continuously changing surroundings are best supported by the lovely pace of slowness. Slow is the natural pace of a young child.

As always, balance is the key. Let go a little, start slow and keep it simple to find the right fit for your family. Here are Tips to Take the Pressure Off with Slow Parenting:

  • Encourage open-ended play
  • Mellow yourself
  • Don’t overdo the “debrief”

(Read the full list)

Quote We Liked

“You cannot control what happens to you, but you can control your attitude toward what happens to you, and in that, you will be mastering change rather than allowing it to master you.”
Brian Tracy

Course We are Taking

Do you want to feel more peace, joy and confidence in your parenting? Peaceful Parent Happy Kids Online Course is self-paced 12-week online program gives you the tools and inspiration you need to become the parent you want to be. An opportunity to put guided energy into your family life to fine-tune your approach and shift things to a new level. You’ll learn specific skills to strengthen all your family relationships, work through your own issues, and coach your child.

This course is for you if:

  • You want to help your child WANT to cooperate, without yelling, bribes, threats or punishment.
  • You want to worry less, and enjoy your parenting journey more.
  • You want to strengthen and sweeten your relationship with your child before they gets into the teen years. Course details here”

(Course details here)

This Week’s Article

Have you ever wondered if eating healthy on a budget is possible? With the rising cost of food, busy family and work schedules, and limited time to shop and prepare meals, eating healthy within a budget can seem daunting. Despite these challenges, preparing healthy meals that work within your family’s food budget can be done. The key lies in planning ahead, being aware of what nutritious choices are, and staying mindful of money-saving tips at the store. Read more.
 

Helper of the Week

Ghost Nurse Writer Breann has ten years of experience working in the medical field as a nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Her specialty experience includes but is not limited to critical care, telemetry, surgery, geriatric psychiatry, and bariatric have been writing as freelance healthcare and wellness writer for more than a year, working with companies worldwide.

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Have a wonderful week, all.

Much love to you and your family,

The Monkey Mashup Staff

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