Children's Behaviour: What is normal?

For those of you in The Netherlands, we hold a monthly meeting in Delft and this month, our guest speaker was child psychologist, Jet Sichterman.  No matter where you are in the world, the information she shared is relevant to parents everywhere!  Read below for a summary. Here's Jet's introduction prior to the event: As …

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How to create an easy but effective business plan – for busy Professional Parents

If you run a business (or would like to), do you have a written business plan? Do you refer to it often? Or does the question make you cringe? This post will explain how to create an easy but effective business plan - that's actually even fun! Did you know that the concept of Professional …

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Five tips for travelling overseas with a baby and toddler

When our eldest daughter, Sophia, was five months old, we travelled from Amsterdam to Brisbane to start our "new life" there. That was our first experience of travelling overseas with a baby and was actually a much easier trip than we were expecting.  We managed to get a seat with a bassinet, she slept a …

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The needs of the one: a perspective on achieving work life balance

Guest post by Sue Lawrence, PhD My perspective on achieving the work/life balance, meaning providing a loving, enriching home for my child, a fulfilling career for myself, a supportive relationship for my husband, and doing all the little things to keep us moving forward can be summed up my James T. Kirk, captain of the …

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