The Happy Child Guide

I've just come across an amazing parenting guide which I want to share with you, my friends and readers. I know first-hand of many parents who're at their wits end when dealing with unruly or disobedient children. Parents put in all the love and effort into raising happy, healthy well-behaved kids, but sometimes all our hard work can seem to be in vain.

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Putting up with years of unwanted behaviour can lead to a very frustrated and bitter parent, and an increasingly badly-behaved offspring. This can even impact negatively on social skills and education. Happy Child Guide - How to Get Any Child To Stop Misbehaviour and Listen takes the parent on a step by step journey to address the root of the problem.

Change Your Mind To Change Your Weight - Tips That Work

In my book How To Really Lose Weight Without Dieting I set out a detailed programme showing you how you can change your mind about your eating habits. 
This is the key to losing weight and keeping it off. No diet plan will work for a real life change on a long term basis, if the mind is held in a weighted rut. Here I will show you six quick tips on how you can change your mind to change your weight. Do this for three weeks to set the tone. If you find this working for you, you can buy the book and begin the tried and tested weight-changing programme, certain to work for you.

1. Start with a positive, attainable goal. Think of something small like skipping dessert on Wednesdays and Thursdays or not eating anything after 9 pm.


2. Reward yourself. Of course these have to be non-food options. Go for a new pair of earrings at the end of the week once your goal has been achieved. A longer-than-usual shower or bath, or a trip to the cinema can also be fine ways of rewarding yourself.


3. Stop thinking about eating. Every time you find yourself thinking, 'I could really do with a...' stop yourself by drinking a glass of water and retrain your thoughts with, 'Water is a great way of washing unwanted toxins out of my body.' Remember you were responsible for training your thoughts about overeating and only you can retrain them with healthy alternatives. It took you years to improperly train your thoughts about eating, so retraining will take time, but will work.

What You Should Know About Eco Gardening



Is your relationship with nature helpful or harmful


Gardening is not just about having beautiful plants and flowers, it's also about feeding and taking care of nature, being a part of a wholesome activity and nurturing our local environment. Gardening is used around the world in hospitals to help convalescing patients heal. It's used to calm kids with behavioural problems, and also by individuals for therapeutic purposes. So, not only is it significant for our world, it's also important to us as human beings.

Anne Lyken-Garner is a published author, editor and freelance writer. Her specialities include relationships and confidence building. You can find her inspirational memoir here.
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