Squiz Kids
Squiz Kids
Jan 27, 2020
Tuesday, 28 January: The world mourns Kobe; A war on fizzy drinks; Kyrgios crashes out; And Billie Eilish owns the Grammys
7 min
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Squiz Kids is a news podcast just for kids. A short weekday podcast, created here in Australia, that gives kids (and their adults) the rundown on the big news stories, delivered without opinion, and with positivity and humour.

‘Kid-friendly news that keeps them up to date without all the nasties’ (A Squiz Parent)

This Australian podcast for kids easily fits into the morning routine - helping curious kids stay informed about the world around them.

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The Art of Decluttering
The Art of Decluttering
Amy Revell & Kirsty Farrugia
Christmas Blender
How is Christmas just around the corner?!! Are you hanging out to go OTT on Christmas this year? Or are you wishing you could just forget it and move along into 2021? Tune in this week as Amy and Kirsty chat about the year that got mashed up in the blender without the lid on and then spat back out at us all!! Get ready for some helpful suggestions for how to make this Christmas special even though it may look different. Oh and see if you can count how many times Amy plugs the 12 Days of Christmas challenge! In this episode we: ● Challenge you to think differently and be open to fostering some new traditions; ● Learn about our 12 Days of Christmas challenge; ● Highlight that we’ve been confronted with the reality of our stuff more than ever this year; ● Encourage you to support small businesses for your gift purchases; ● Share some tips on how to get creative and explore new types of experience ideas; And so so so so much more... We hope from this conversation we all learn something and put a smile on your face! Review time! If you have the letter 'R' in your first name then you're up; its your turn to give us a review! Things mentioned in this episode and other helpful links: ● 12 Days of Christmas Challenge ● Simply organised book ● Dash & Lilly on Netflix ● Eden Episode ● Christmas Schedule Episode ● Christmas Decorations Episode ● Christmas Gift Episode ● Christmas Functions Episode Thanks to Awesomeperson34567891011121314 and Matilda for you reviews! We love love love getting them! Join our community ● Our website The Art of Decluttering ● Become a Patron with Patreon – your monthly support makes a huge difference to us being able to produce this podcast. Support can be as little as $1 a month! ● Follow us on Instagram ● Follow us on Facebook ● Join our Facebook group ● Leave a review on Apple Podcast Thank you to our sound engineer, Jarred from Four4ty Studio Productions.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
36 min
Your Parenting Mojo - Respectful, research-based parenting ideas to help kids thrive
Your Parenting Mojo - Respectful, research-based parenting ideas to help kids thrive
Jen Lumanlan
SYPM 009: How to Set Boundaries in Parenting
In this guest we're joined by life coach and expert on reparenting Xavier Dagba to discuss the topic of boundaries in parenting. We don't tend to learn much about having boundaries when we're young, because our culture teaches that children shouldn't really need or have them (and those of us who are using respectful parenting approaches are working against the tide here). This then translates to us not knowing how to set boundaries as adults, and feeling 'walked all over' - without fully understanding why, or what to do about it. We also talk about the limit between boundaries and limits, an important distinction as we interact with our children. If you need more support in setting limits that your child will respect (and using far fewer of them than you might ever have thought possible - while still having your boundaries respected!), I hope you'll join my FREE Setting Loving (& Effective!) Limits workshop that runs between December 7-11. When you learn how to set limits that are grounded in your values, you'll hold them with confidence and you'll see MUCH less testing behavior from your child. We'll also introduce tools to help you find ways to engage your child's collaboration so you can really see a shift in the emotional climate of your home. https://yourparentingmojo.com/limits/ (Click here to join the FREE Setting Loving and Effective Limits workshop)   Other resources from this episode: https://www.amazon.com/Body-Keeps-Score-Healing-Trauma/dp/0143127748 (The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.) https://www.xavierdagba.com/ (Xavier's website) https://www.instagram.com/xavier.dagba/?hl=en (Follow Xavier on Instagram)   [accordion] [accordion-item title="Click here to read the full transcript"] Jen 00:02 Hi, I'm Jen and I host the Your Parenting Mojo Podcast. We all want our children to lead fulfilling lives, but it can be so hard to keep up with the latest scientific research on child development and figure out whether and how to incorporate it into our own approach to parenting. Here at Your Parenting Mojo, I do the work for you by critically examining strategies and tools related to parenting and child development that are grounded in scientific research and principles of respectful parenting. If you'd like to be notified when new episodes are released and get a FREE Guide to 7 Parenting Myths That We Can Safely Leave Behind, seven fewer things to worry about, subscribe to the show at YourParentingMojo.com. You can also continue the conversation about the show with other listeners in the Your Parenting Mojo Facebook group. I do hope you'll join us.   Jen 00:59 Hello, and welcome to the Your Parenting Mojo Podcast. Today we're going to talk with a guest about a topic that I've been thinking about a lot lately, which is on setting limits and boundaries. We'll talk about the difference between a limit and a boundary. Because this has really profound implications for our parenting. We tend to think of limits as something that brings more control, and we want to have control. So, we want to have those in place so we can feel like we're on top of this parenting thing. But for some reason, we tend to be really sloppy in our boundaries. We have a hard time accepting that we're even worthy of setting boundaries, never mind holding them. So, we're going to talk through this today with my guest, Xavier Dagba who's a life coach who focuses specifically on these kinds of issues.   Jen 01:40 But before we get to that, I wanted to let you know about a free one week Setting Loving and Effective Limits Workshop that I'm running starting on Monday, December 7, I actually normally sell a version of this workshop for five bucks, and you have to work through the content by yourself. But this is a rare opportunity to do it not only for free, but to get my support while you're at it. In the workshop, we're going to come at this topic from a bit of a...
52 min
Hacking Your ADHD
Hacking Your ADHD
William Curb
More Automations to Make Your Life Easier
In this week's episode we're going to focus on the money side of things and go into how we can use automation for our shopping and then also how we can use automations with our finances. And as a reminder, automations are things that we can set up in our life that are just going to happen regardless of what else we do. So think clicking a button and having a form filled out or even more basically think about something like your dishwasher, you put the dishes in, click a button and then all your dishes automatically get cleaned. Breaking down the dishwasher example, we still have to load up the dishes and we also have to unload them, but they take care of that process of actually getting them clean. And that's a huge part of automation - it isn't going to solve all of your problems, but often they're worth it because it takes care of those parts that are time consuming or that you just don't want to do. Support me on Patreon Connect with me on: Facebook Twitter Instagram or ask me a question on my Contact Page Find the show note at HackingYourADHD.com/moreautomations *This Episode's Top Tips* * The best tasks to automate are tasks that don't require higher-level thinking, things you do regularly and that take away from what you really want to be working on. * Automating everything isn't always the right answer, we need to make sure that we're still thinking about our transitions. * There are tons of ways we can automate our shopping from using meal planning to know what we really need to creating reoccurring purchases for all those things we regularly need. * We can automate our finances with things like direct deposit, automatic bill pay, using budget tracking and making sure that we're putting away money for the future.
20 min
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