Tomorrow is Valentine's Day so let's also spend a little time on our love & connection with our children. Tomorrow is my FREE workshop with the DOE, so drop me a note if I should expect to see you there ;).
Now more than ever, we are amidst an era of self awakening and some of the oldest wisdom traditions remind us of the importance of getting back to how we can live our lives in connection & relationship to one another. I think there's no better place to start than strengthening the quality of our relationship and communication within the nucleus of our families.
They say it takes 21 days to form a new habit, but in fact this is "the minimum amount of time needed to adapt to a new change...
New research from a study conducted by Phillippa Lally, a health psychology researcher at University College London shows that...on average, it takes more than 2 months before a new behavior becomes automatic — 66 days to be exact." (JamesClear.com)
Next week we dive right into one of the most reflective holiday seasons - hallmarked by a mindset, attitude and behavior towards gratitude (Thanks) and selfless-ness (Giving). No doubt we’re likely preparing our own homes for guests, shopping for the feast and children are learning about the Thanksgiving story. So, how is the spirit of Thanks and Giving in our homes?
Take a listen to today's video message!
Last week I wrote how our children can bring out our best and they can bring out our worst which is why so many of us end our days in frustration. Watch & listen. Take action towards deeper reflection and introspection - start shifting how we parent.