8 Ideas to Encourage an Attitude of Gratitude in Your Children
Teaching children an attitude of gratitude involves helping them to view their reality from a perspective of appreciation and abundance. If we are able to nurture this skill within the mind-set of children from a young age their quality of life will forever be enriched. Modelling this attitude to your children is an incredible gift that doesn’t come with a price tag. The best things in life are free and here at Great British Nannies we couldn’t agree more!
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Perhaps you’ve come across some of our job vacancies and wondered what working for a high profile family. Whilst the customs and expectations of each private household differ somewhat, there are some key cues to jot down in your nanny notebook ahead of starting a new position.
Do you feel guilty about carving out time for self-care? Know this, Great British Mama: Taking care of yourself isn’t indulgent—it’s a crucial part of being a good mother.
Enjoy our soul nourishing suggestions on how to fill up your self-care cup with love because balance is where the beauty begins.
Drawing is an especially important outlet for children who do not yet have the verbal skills to communicate their feelings. Through your child’s art you are able to catch a glimpse into their rich internal world whilst conversely they are able to develop concentration, thought-processing and motor skills.