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Parenting

PARENTING | A business-owning-mum’s guide to surviving the school holidays

I don't know about you but just 48 hours before my little cherubs are about to break up for the summer I'm is a serious state of denial about how the hell we're going to survive the school summer holidays. I've been refusing to accept the truth that in a matter of days I'll have to play responsible parent for six whole f**king weeks alongside a business that won't run itself.

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Applying Patience & Balance for better wellbeing by Dani Bolser

My kids expect everything in an instant (or at least the very next day from Amazon Prime!) Questions like, "can I have this?", "can we order it online?" and my favourite, "can we go to the shops and get me some new trainers?" (at 8pm!?) This whole lifestyle with no patience and everything is available at the click of a button suddenly started to take over my life. That and the constant screen time.

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Children’s Wellbeing | Kids these days – they’ve got it made – or have they?

I'm a primary school teacher and I'm a mum to a beautiful, bright and bubbly six-year-old. I witness the ups and downs of wellbeing in children every day. Every parent faces the same dilemma - how to ensure the wellbeing of our children - particularly from a mental health perspective in a world that is more pressured than ever in more ways than one.

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KID-FRIENDLY WALK | Carsington Water – Derbyshire

Carsington Water is one of my favourite places to walk. The circular walk is about eight miles long and takes roughly two to three hours (not including time at the pub en route!) so might be a bit much for little legs nor is it entirely pram/pushchair friendly. However, there are plenty of other walks that can be done from the same starting point, which would be suitable for buggies and little legs. 

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Our Top Ten | Child-Friendly Walks in the North

With the school holiday's approaching, we have rounded up our top ten favourite child-friendly walks. From wild woodland to peaceful reservoirs and UNESCO World Heritage sites, we've got loads of great rambles that are short enough for children and pushchair-friendly too!

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