If you are looking for ways to make sure your child or your new little baby has a peaceful and restful room, you may want… Read More »Using Feng shui principles for the ideal baby room
By Claire Leunisen Once upon a time … …there was a little girl who grew up in a quiet suburb in Canada. She loved to… Read More »Spotting Stereotypes in Storybooks Workshop
An interview with Andrea, discussing the transition to Dutch middelbare school.
Ever thought of finding a balance in times of coronavirus when everything needs to be done at home? For me, the typical day started when the 5-am-alarm went on. There was silence in the house. I looked out the windows and the streets were empty. With a blanket, laptop on my lap and my feet by the heater, I started my day. It has been busy lately. I started article writing for work, specifically about stocks. This was one of my most precious moments. Life at home in the times of corona-crisis has been rarely so quiet.
By Vania SuazoRead More »Finding a Balance in Times of Coronavirus
We all feel the need to do something to calm our monkey minds. This also applies to kids and teens. In fact, our minds are continuously distracted by various stimulants. When we are distracted more than our limits, our minds will take it as stress. The issue of stress can also occur in kids and teens. However, our little ones usually do not recognize it by themselves and they need us to relieve it. That is why we need to support ourselves and our kids for a healthier mind, body and spirit. The most working methods to combat the issue of stress both for kids and adults are found to be mindfulness and yoga practices.Read More »5 Tips for Mindfulness and Yoga with Kids
Children who grow up internationally have the unique opportunity to immerse into other cultures, learn several languages, and experience diversity. To help you with your… Read More »4 tips for raising international children