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A very important thing that is, most often than not, neglected is self-care for parents. We usually find ourselves very busy and pre-occupied with work and parenting that we forget to look after ourselves. Almost always, we want to do it but it never seems to happen. What we should remember is that we need to be purposeful and plan for it. Self-care differs from person to person and it’s just a matter of finding the one that can rejuvenate us.


In this episode, I’ll be sharing with you the different areas of self-care in the different parts of our life and how we can apply it successfully to have the physical and mental energy we need:

  • Workplace or professional self-care
  • Self-care for stay-at-home mums
  • Physical self-care
  • Psychological self-care
  • Emotional self-care
  • Spiritual self-care
  • Relationship self-care




Alex loves school. He enjoys all the activities he does during the term such as swimming and soccer. He also loves holidays and all the fun things he gets to do while he’s not at school. The problem is, Alex doesn’t like changes. His tummy gets all tight and he gets a worry cloud that comes over his brain and makes it feel foggy. When the school term ends and holidays begin or when school is about to start again, Alex feels really worried and anxious.

When you purchase the Alex Learns that Changes are OK (Flipbook), you will receive a digital flipbook that gradually changes from one page to the next while listening to high-quality audio narration as if someone is flipping and reading the book for you!

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