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Women and the magic they weave!
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Women and the magic they weave!

How can you celebrate being a woman? Celebrate your Femininity. It’s all about doing something for YOU that makes YOU feel you’re most amazing, beautiful, confident, sweet and sexy self. Develop a Sadhana. Do something for yourself that nourishes and nurtures you everyday Call upon your Inner Goddess Go on an all-women retreat There is...

THE MINDFUL TEEN
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THE MINDFUL TEEN

Being a teen can be very stressful. Parents and adults often don’t recognize the emotional and mental challenges teenagers face on a daily basis. From trauma, bullying, expectations, responsibilities, they have to deal with a lot of stuff from all sides. To top it all, they are not quite as adults yet and hence have...

Read . . . Learn . . .Discover!
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Read . . . Learn . . .Discover!

Reading and writing are two core skills which help build a strong foundation for a child’s education and also helps in strengthening the oral communication skills. Children can learn a lot of basic skills in an early age. Some children start to read from age 6 onwards and some still struggle to read and write...

Volunteering – Love in Motion
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Volunteering – Love in Motion

The best way to find yourself, is to lose yourself in the service of others. – M. Gandhi Volunteering is an activity which is not paid for and where someone gives their time to help a not-for-profit organisation or an individual who they are not related to. One of the most well-known benefits of volunteering...

Food for the Soul
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Food for the Soul

How does Art evoke the emotion of empathy? Empathy is the capacity to understand or feel what another person is experiencing that is, the capacity to place oneself in another person’s shoes.  The ability to understand things from another person’s perspective and the ability to share someone else’s feelings and emotions and understand why they’re having those feelings. Empathy is of...

How do you address the elephant in the room?
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How do you address the elephant in the room?

Talking to young children about difficult topics Talking to your children about difficult subjects is one of the toughest jobs any parent has. It can feel impossible to put into words some of the really big issues. But in today’s age of constant notifications, streaming video, and 24-hour news coverage—when even the small children are...

We Think, They Can!
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We Think, They Can!

Building Resilience in Children Resilience is a word we hear a lot about these days and its importance in coping with the stress of COVID-19. What exactly is resilience? And how are the children adopting it as a coping mechanism? Coping mechanisms are the strategies people often use during stress or trauma to help manage...

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