Your challenge this week: is to grow something from seed. This challenge can be as simple or complicated as you have the time or resources to make it. Ultimately, its an opportunity for you to spend an hour or two outdoors with your children, doing some gardening and trying your hands at growing something, flowers, … Continue reading Challenge 21 – To grow something from seed.
Your challenge this week: to make one simple and thoughtful change this Christmas to reduce the amount of plastic your family uses. Before you are put off please let's begin by being reasonable and realistic here, there is no expectation for you to boycott all plastic. It's an impossible and unrealistic ask. Instead, learn a … Continue reading Challenge 18 – to make one mindful change to reduce your plastic usage this Christmas
Your challenge this week: to choose one or two items at the supermarket to donate to the local food bank. Talk to your children about food banks and discuss some of the issues surrounding food poverty. Take them to the shops to buy a few items and donate them to a food bank. This challenge … Continue reading Challenge 16 – to donate a food item to your local food bank.
Your challenge this week: to make a very simple birdfeeder using just pinecones, lard and birdseed, and then watch your garden birds go crazy for the extra food over the winter. It's a child-friendly project which I know you, your children, and the birds will find hugely rewarding. This challenge encourages the following values: Kindness, Responsibility, … Continue reading Challenge 15 – to make a simple winter treat for your garden birds
Your challenge this week: Set your alarm clock or stay up late and catch a sunrise or a sunset with your family or a friend. This challenge encourages the following values: Gratitude, Resourcefulness, Optimism, Patience, Commitment, Serenity. What you need to complete your challenge this week: Keep a close eye on the weather forecast. Plan where … Continue reading Challenge 10 – to catch a sunrise or a sunset
Your challenge this week: to hold your family close and be fearless in the face of the heinous acts of terrorism that have been wrought upon innocent men, women and children in our own and so many other beautiful countries across the world. Love transcends fear and hate so choose love over everything, especially during … Continue reading Challenge 9 – Inspired by recent events it is simply this. Love and look after each other.
Your challenge this week: To go for a walk and absorb the new season in every way you can. This challenge encourages the following values: Responsibility, Gratitude, Resourcefulness, Compassion, Optimism, Patience, Serenity. What you need to complete your challenge this week: To find a suitable place where you can immerse yourself in nature A map … Continue reading Challenge 5 – to go for a walk and absorb the Spring season in every way you can