STRESS FREE HOLIDAY PACAKGE - Today's Parent Magazine Article featuring Julie Romanowski (Miss Behaviour: parenting coach & consultant services)
Want a HAPPY HOLIDAY this year? Julie Romanowski has you covered with her BETTER NOT POUT article in the Today's Parent Magazine! Tips, techniques, hacks and more for Parents to keep the holiday season STRESS FREE this year! Enjoy our magazine article 'snap shot' below and share with all your friends.
Julie Romanowski of Miss Behaviour: parenting coach & consultant services discussing Parenting topics on local Vancouver B.C. radio: CKNW 980, NEWS 1130, REDFM 93.1 & ROUNDHOUSE RADIO 98.3
Julie Romanowski has been sharing her message about how to remain CONNECTED wtih children especially in times of challenging behaviour as well as how to respectfully teach children the critical skills they need to be successful in this world. Discussing many of these methods, tips and techniques on a variety of topics that Parents absolutely love! We've provided a quick list of all the RADIO RECORDINGS & RADIO SHOW BLOGS below to listen and read at your convenience.
CKNW 980 with Jody Vance
REDFM 93.1 with Harjinder Thind
Kids Who Cut Their Own Hair!! - Today's Parent Magazine featuring Julie Romanowski discussing this very common issue among children
Read TIPS on how not to flip your lid when you have a kid who is 'scissor-happy'. Kids cutting their own hair or the hair of others is very common. Letting them know the expectations and boundaries will help with this issue. Julie Romanowski is featured in the Today's Parent Magazine discussing this topic that so many Parents can relate to.
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Seems like every kid knows exactly what to ASK FOR this holiday already! I'm trying something different and encouraging Parents to help create a 'Christmas List' of GIVING this holiday season with their children. Sit down one evening and start a discussion with the kids about ways that everyone can GIVE BACK this year. Now this doesn't have to be extreme, especially if it's the first time but there are some simple things we can all do with in our own families and communities that may be small but have a HUGE IMPACT!
IDEAS FOR GIVING BACK TO OTHERS
-reading someone a book,
-sharing a toy,
-donating clothes or food,
-helping a neighbor
-drying the dishes
-saying 'thank you'
-sharing a smile or hug!
Not sure if your child is enrolled in too many extra-curricular activities? How do you know if it's just too much? We discuss the signs and strategies in helping kids cope with a full schedule as well as how to take some of the pressure off.
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Celebrating International Children's Day! - with Julie Romanowski from Miss Behaviour: parenting coach & consultant services
Honoring ALL children on INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S DAY! Helping to promote international togetherness and awareness as well as to improve the welfare of all children around the world. Read the link below on more info about this unique and significant international day of recognition.
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Latest issue of the Winter - URBANBABY & TODDLER MAGAZINE featuring a Q & A article by Julie Romanowski that discusses topics on 'Self-care, burnout, communication & connection.'
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Taking time for YOU can seem more like a chore than a luxury as the crazy-filled schedules don't seem to allow for wiggle room. However, it is well known that investing on YOU helps everyone around you. Try to schedule time for yourself in the week. Start with as much time as you can and then build up.
Here are some quick ways to develop the relationship you have with yourself in a quick little increments through out the day to start....
1.) DEEP BREATHS - sounds easy but can be easily forgotten. Even 3-5 breaths can help soothe yourself
2.) SHOW AFFECTION - give yourself a hug, pat on the back or thumbs up through out the day
3.) REQUEST TIME - ask your family members for just a few minutes when deciding something. It's not a yes. It's not a no. Just ask for a few minutes to think about it.
4.) SELF TALK - looking into the mirror and saying to yourself how great you are for just being you is very difficult, scary and uncomfortable for many people. However, this is the #1 way to build your own self esteem and self worth.
Taking time for yourself because you are worth it!
Do you ever stop and wonder, when was the last time I went pee without someone needing me?
And that is why we are passionate about bringing Moms together for some serious self-care and time for you!
Balancing life, little ones, legacy & love: A workshop for Mama
Please join us for a cozy afternoon - full of conscious conversation, a fun light yoga practice and to learn practical tools to stay present and connected through the many transitions of raising little ones.
We will start with a gentle one-hour yoga practice to lighten and lift the spirit a deep relaxation practice. After we move, we will regroup into a two-hour workshop focusing on identifying and celebrating what we uniquely bring to our world including our role as mothers, while honouring and sometimes even releasing what we know no longer serves us.
You will create your own unique written legacy statement to support and ground you when you need it most.
When: Sunday November 6 1pm - 4pm
How much: $60
Let us know you are coming: here
Questions please email email@example.com
Partial proceeds go to the Shoebox Project - supporting mothers in our communities that are in need.
Today's Parent Magazine - DOUBLE FEATURE with Julie Romanowski discussing Sibling Rivalry and Getting Ready in the Mornings.
Another DOUBLE FEATURE! Read two of Julie Romanowski's article features in the TODAY'S PARENT MAGAZINE October 2016 issue. Great information and tips about sibling rivalry and getting ready in the mornings. Read both listed below:
6 Tips to Keep the Peace between Siblings >>>>>
5 Morning Problems Solved Article >>>>>
Kids Anxiety, fears, bullying, screen time and staying connected - CKNW News Talk with Jody Vance & Julie Romanowski
We've discussed nearly EVERYTHING under the sun! What an amazing phone interview with Jody Vance from CKNW News Talk AM 980 and Julie Romanowski from Miss Behaviour. Learn some great tips, info and advice about how to help kids who may be feeling anxious or fearful of the storm, the news and the unknown. We also discuss picky eaters, behaviour, screen time/devices and how to stay connected to our kids.
There is nothing more important than the bond a child has with their parent. The 'child & parent' relationship is critical in forming many skills for every child. There is hope that a positive outcome can be reached even with some of the most difficult behavioural issues. Read how the journey of this Parent 'transformed' her relationship and what she discovered......
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1st Mystery Solved: Getting Kids Out The Door On Time!
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