The DIY Guide to building a family that lasts looks at different aspects of family life that people often want to improve. The book covers different negative aspects of family life and provides tools on how to use positive behaviour to improve them.
We’re half-way through the year. Even though it is probably not going as you expected, I’m sure you’re still achieving and progressing things, although perhaps in a different way. Did you make a big achievement in June, or continual progress on a big goal?
At the start of lockdown in the UK I decided to share a positive picture of what I was experiencing each day. It has turned into a great record of pandemic life. This is a look back over the first 100 days.
Telestrations is a funny drawing and guessing game. Will people be able to work out your secret word based on yours and their drawing skills?
You may not have originally intended to do a birthday at home. However, we are often more creative when we have constraints, so this could be the start of new family traditions.
So we’re now done with Spring and heading into summer. The weather has been amazing here in the UK recently, so it feels strange we’ve moved into a cooler spell as June arrived. Did you make a big achievement in May, or continual progress on a big goal? Remember all progress is positive no matter whether it is small or big. What are you proud of starting, progressing or achieving in May? Here are the Continue Reading …
Times Up Party is a fun quick party game involving guessing people over three rounds from a description, one word or miming.
Over a 100 pandemic journal prompts to use a starting point for your writing or memory capture. Each day pick a prompt that appeals to you and don’t worry about about starting at the top and working down the list.
How did you find April? I can’t believe we’re now in May. We’ve been able to focus on settling into the new way of life, that was all a rush in March. We’re developing our family routine.
You may be sick of hearing that we’re living in unprecedented times, but also starting to think about keeping a pandemic journal as you realise how different your life is becoming. There are lots of reasons to keep a journal, particularly now, whether it is to help with your mental health or to keep a record for your children. And no it is not too late to start. It is only too late if you Continue Reading …