The Work-From-Home-School-From-Home-parents are the ones I'm worried about.
In Australia right now there is huge uncertainty and upheaval. This upheaval permeates our days. We've survived droughts, bushfires, floods and now, a pandemic of unknown bounds. With the uncertainty surrounding adults places of work staying open or not, what is or is not an "essential service" there is also stress around the practical and... Continue Reading →
If your children are maintaining a normal school routine, Great! If you have pre-emptively made the choice to keep your children and family together at this time, Good.On.You If you have your children at home due to school closures, Good.On.You for adapting to being thrown in the deep end without much notice. Welcome to your... Continue Reading →
While the smoke blows in from the bushfires on the New South Wales coastline we turn to books to try to make sense of this natural disaster.
Two Summers by John Heffernan. A picture book showing what hard seasons on an Australian farm look like.