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The importance of role playing for children | CHAPTER 1

This post started off with the idea of it being “just one quick little post.” When I first started drafting the outline for this post – I soon realized that there is quite a bit that I wanted to share with you, and that my “one quick little post” would need to be turned into a series of separate posts. Where I will share stories of how creative role play and drama impacted various children that I’ve taught over the years, through to sharing simple ideas that you can try… Read More

Online fakers

Over the last week and a bit I have been following an online thread regarding Instagram fakers who buy; their followers, likes, and comments. Wait what? Yes, guys you can actually buy: Instagram followers, automatic likes for your posts, and comments to make it look like you’re a somebody. Maybe the idea of having big (yet fake) online following makes those fakers feel like it will attract more brands, and attract more followers because of the big (fake) following. It’s so strange to me, because although I knew it was… Read More

ONLINE HONESTY | ONLINE – OFFLINE

Have you ever wondered to yourself after casually stalking someone online, and thought to yourself: “I wonder what they’re like in person?” Then upon meeting them in #reallife they’re not quite what you expected them to be like in person, maybe in a good way, or in a bad way. Not everyone truly portrays the true essence of who they are online. Some people prefer to show a highlight reel of their lives online, whilst others show every facet and detail of their life online, and then there are some who… Read More

Long hair – don’t care

We all love having awkward conversations with strangers, especially when strangers feel the need to share their opinions on how we need to raise our kids. Or a personal new favourite of mine: when a stranger insists on me cutting my sons hair as a means of not letting him feel confused – gender wise. “YAY – so fun”, said no mom ever. I’ve been mulling over this topic of kid gender stereotypes for some time now,  and I wanted to share some of my personal views with you on… Read More

ONLINE HONESTY | PART 3

For those of you who have been following the Online Honesty posts over here, and here , you will know that I touch on the fun and the not so fun side to living online. I share openly, and I pose some thoughts and questions, as a means of starting a conversation – in hopes that we can change up the online game, by being healthy influencers both online and offline. I have been chewing and mulling over on the following thoughts : COMPARISON COMPETITION CONFIDENCE aka : The three… Read More