Tagged: planning

Practising what I preach – the power of Routines

As any mum of a child with ASD will know, routines are important.  We talk about the power of routines almost daily.  In our home, on a school day, socks and shoes go on at 7.20am.  Woe betide anyone who wants to change that – as my husband found out...

Track your habits - pdf

Track your habits? How do you do that?

Do you have lots of good intentions? Loads of things you want to achieve but you forget to track your habits and then think “oh what the heck, I’ll start next week”? I know I do. Over the last few weeks though, I have discovered the beauty that is Boho...

Planning for Positivity

Planning for Positivity #1

As I sit watching the news about Paris, I wonder how on earth we are supposed to be positive and, as a mum, I wonder how I can stay positive for my children when they are asking me that question for which there is no answer, or not one that make sense....

To do or not to do…..

As you all know by now, I am on a mission to get organised. If like me, you find it hard to say no when someone says “oh could you just…” or “wouldn’t it be great if we had someone who could ……..”, you will have lots of ideas floating...

True Chaos in Kent …. update

I have achieved what I thought un-achievable earlier today. I have created a work space for me. The Yorkshire Tea large caddies are now storage for paperwork, my printer is to hand, I have space for paper and pens And more importantly, just to the left is the coffee machine....

What is Person Centred Practice?

Person Centred:  An approach to working with people which puts the individual’s needs and aspirations firmly at the centre of the process. There is so much talk about Person Centred Practice and to be honest, I wasn’t too sure what it meant.  I had an idea that the definition above...