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Time For A Tap Out with Life Coach, Cassandra Crwys-Williams

Jul 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

What Is A Tap Out? A Tap out is when you disconnect from the world around you and reconnect with yourself – to become more self-aware and to focus on the things that we need and that are of great importance – such as family, our health and our goals ahead. How does one Tap…

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The Distracted Generation

May 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

We live in a very high-stress, fast-paced world. Our children of today are exposed to so many stimuli, and have many ways to consume both entertainment and knowledge that often simple things, such as our children’s reading success, is at risk. In this digital age, with many distractions, it is now more important then ever…

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Tiny Tots On The Move

May 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

Learning To Stand: It’s a major milestone when baby learns to pull its up into a standing position. It’s hard work but very rewarding. Standing is important because it: Strengthens baby’s muscles (including baby’s feet, leg, hip, back, tummy and arm muscles) Gets baby to control and co-ordinate it’s movements Lets baby experience weight on…

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Wine And Dine – Date Night Ideas In Johannesburg

Apr 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

At That Sassy life coach, We sincerely believe in balance, in fact, without balance, one cannot function. It is so important to have the correct balance between work and pleasure. Too much of one thing and too little of another could be detrimental. Why not treat yourself? Below are some of my favourite places to…

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Step Parenting Guidelines – The Steps To A Happy Home

Apr 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

The 101 On Step Parenting: I am a step parent myself, not officially by marriage or anything, but I definitely fill the role in my home. This type of role cannot be avoided especially when the child is under your roof/care 50% of the time. Your partner’s child becomes apart of your life and often,…

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Top 10 Child – Friendly Places To Eat

Apr 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Been a tough week at work? Why not spoil the family with a night of fun at one of these amazing, child-friendly restaurants? 10. Bambanani – Melville Johannesburg “Many a frazzled parent has been rescued by Bambanani’s attentive childminders and varied equipment. A wonderland for kids, the restaurant offers endless entertainment, from a dress-up closet…

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My Child Has Sticky Fingers: The Ins & Outs

Apr 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

Sticky Fingers Alert! Children steal things all the time. It’s normal and natural and is bound to happen at some point. Just make sure you are prepared for when it does happen. Reaction is key. Stealing is not entirely impulsive, however. “Five- and 6-year-olds are outgrowing the belief that adults can read their mind, and…

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The Shitty Things People Don’t Talk About

Apr 12, 2018 | 0 Comments

Do you have a past that you aren’t particularly proud of? One that you wouldn’t happily and openly speak about? If you did come from a happy home, you are fortunate and should count your blessings as many people, all over the world, come from volatile backgrounds and it isn’t always easy opening up. Many…

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Reading – Why Parents Need To Step Up

Apr 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

In this digital age there are many distractions. It is now more important then ever to instil in our children a desire to read and a desire to play. Why not give them a better understanding of the impact it can have on the rest of their lives. We live in a very high-stress, fast-paced…

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The Importance Of Block Play – Specific to Grade R

Apr 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

Block Play It’s no secret, all children want to have fun, develop both mentally and physically and learn about the world around them. Why Is Play Important? It helps children grow and learn It is a way of taking part in everyday life It is key to development and brain growth Children explore and become…

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Motivation

Apr 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

Motivation: Today’s topic: Let’s talk motivation. Firstly, lets define what motivation is: a reason or reasons for behaving in a certain way. Rewards: People are motivated by two things: Intrinsic rewards: is the good feeling you have when you have done a good job. Extrinsic rewards: something that is given to you, by someone else,…

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Struggling with Listening?

Mar 29, 2018 | Comments Off on Struggling with Listening?

Listening: Our children are sensitive creatures who may be experiencing their own personal issues and as a result, this could be affecting your child’s behaviour. Is our child being bullied? Know the symptoms. We have all been there. The constant reminders, the arguing, the nagging, it’s all too much. But I hate to break it…

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Children and Bullying

Mar 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

What Is Bullying? Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behaviour mainly amongst school children. This behaviour is repeated or has the potential to be repeated over and over again. It is important to stop bullying as soon as you see the warning signs for fear of having serious, long lasting problems. Types Of Bullying: The common types…

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Anxiety

Mar 22, 2018 | Comments Off on Anxiety

Let’s Talk About Anxiety: It is a feeling of worry, nervousness or unease about something in particular. People with anxiety always need to be reassured of the ‘known’ as the ‘unknown’ is a trigger point for them. Master the art of persuasion and know how to talk to people. In life, everyone experiences anxiety from…

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The Art Of Persuasion

Mar 20, 2018 | Comments Off on The Art Of Persuasion

What Is Persuasion? Persuasion is the action of persuading someone or being persuaded to do something or believe something. The process is aimed at changing a person or group’s attitude or behavior towards something by using written or spoken words to convey information and feelings. In order to master the art of persuasion, one needs to…

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Why Parents Should Consider A Child Coach

Mar 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Why Your Child Needs A Child Life Coach: It is no secret that there are many children attending school who are struggling to cope with the daily happenings of life. These children may be suffering from daily torment from various peers, battling depression, bullying, struggling with Listening, Anxiety, hiding a secret about their sexuality and…

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