|About the Book|
Written with insight and empathy this book shares simple thoughts and ideas on spending quality time with your children – even when in a hurry.Why beat yourself up?Are you a parent of children between the ages of 4 and 11?Do you have a busy, full-onMoreWritten with insight and empathy this book shares simple thoughts and ideas on spending quality time with your children – even when in a hurry.Why beat yourself up?Are you a parent of children between the ages of 4 and 11?Do you have a busy, full-on life?Are you struggling to balance the demands of career and family?Feeling like there is never enough time to do everything you want and need to do?Feeling guilty that you don’t spend as much quality time with your children as you’d like?This book will support you to juggle your busy family life AND banish the guilt in just 1 simple step a day. Get back in control and let go of the stress.Bringing up children is a massive and exciting challenge. As parents we continually feel torn between the many things we’re juggling:- To keep everyone happy- To stick to (other people’s) deadlines- To keep relationships going- To make ends meet,- To keep food in the fridge and put meals on the table- To get the homework done- To have the latest ‘thing’ that our children tell us everyone else has got …- The list is endless!This book gives 30 days of inspiring and reflective thoughts that speak directly to you as a parent. It is thought-provoking and calming at the same time. Get maximum results with minimum investment of time reading!Written and compiled for all busy parents by 2 authors who know a lot about Parenting in a Hurry!Frances Loates has 4 wonderful children and is the editor of a magazine for families in the South East of England. June Whittle has one amazing daughter living at home and 2 fantastic step-children living at a distance. She is an experienced teacher of children aged 4 – 11, an education consultant and a coach.In short, succinct, quick-to-read daily bursts, they share their thoughts and tips on making the minutes count. Reading a thought a day will soon become a reassuring MUST in your busy day!