The middle of August signifies the summer holidays are drawing to a close. Many of our children embark on a new school year, some for the very first time. It is really important to help prepare them for this transition, to allow it all to flow as smoothly as possible. By doing this it makes their and in turn your lives easier in the process.
During the summer months routine tends to fall by the wayside. Late nights become a regular occurrence in many homes. I believe this is good as we tend to, especially in the western world put our children under a lot of pressure to conform to busy time tables. Structure is a necessity to get to school/work on time, but at any age being constantly hurried along, living in our go, go, go age can be both physically and emotionally draining on our children
Whilst many breathe a sigh of relief when the first day of summer holidays start. It gives us all a chance to stop and recharge. Now that the summer holidays are starting to draw to a close it really helps to bring some of these tips into play for an easier transition back to school life:
KatIe Murphy Lic Ac MTCMCI
This blog is not intended to replace the advice of a medical doctor.