Dance Party for Kids Playlist

Are dance parties a part of your family's routine? If not - or if you need some new tunes to shake things up - consider pressing PLAY on this Spotify playlist, turning it up, and see what happens! Dancing is…

Educational Songs for Kids: Spotify Playlist

Did you know that music can assist with learning language?

Whether it’s a first or second language your child is learning, music has this magical power that makes words and concepts stick in our heads. Most of us have experienced…

Musical Genres: a Playlist for Kids

Why expose our children to different musical genres?

  • It helps their brain develop
  • They get to choose what THEY like, which helps them build their sense of identity
  • They are exposed to different instruments and may get inspired to try…

Around the World Playlist for KIDS!

Music is an important part of every country and culture on the planet. I wanted to put together a playlist of songs for my kids that would expose them to the many different styles and genres of music our world…

The 5 Minute Morning Routine for Busy Moms and Dads

I used to roll my eyes at people who talked about their amazing "morning routines". I'd think, "They probably don't have KIDS that wake them up demanding breakfast at the crack of dawn!"

The truth is that I desperately wanted…

5 Powerful Ways to Use Positive Affirmations

"I'm so ugly" 
"I'm not good enough to be a musician" and 
"I'm a horrible mother"

are all thoughts I used to have on a daily basis

I thought they were normal(which they are)... but I thought there was

7 Positive Affirmation Activities for KIDS

Isn't it great how GULLIBLE kids are? Especially when they're around the age of 2-6 - they believe anything you tell them! 

If you tell them the Tooth Fairy exists - they'll believe it. 
If you tell them cars can fly - they'll believe it. 
If you tell them they are AMAZING and you love being their parent - they'll believe it! 

Childhood is the best time to receive positive affirmations from parents and other adults - because kids have no trouble accepting them as truth.  


As adults we find it harder to believe positive stuff about ourselves, because our whole lives we've been told different. Maybe from our parents and other adults in our lives. Maybe from our peers at school. Maybe (definitely) from the media telling us we're not good enough and need XYZ to be better. 

But little kids... they haven't encountered this stuff yet. 

That's why I am SO PASSIONATE about getting positive affirmations into the hearts and minds of children (and their parents) all over the world. I want them to know they are amazing and special and unique. Because they are. Every single baby born on earth is equally special, valuable and worthy of love! 

And when we love ourselves, it's easier to love others, and that just makes the world a kinder, healthier place!


Besides my song, "You Are Amazing", which is a list of positive affirmations from A-Z (get it for free here!), here's 7 of my favourite ways we can we implement affirmations into our lives on a daily basis:

1) Colouring Pages (check out my Pinterest board full of positive colouring pages!) 

2) Write out affirmations and stick them in different places around the house 

3) Ask your child a question before bed like "What's one thing you love about yourself?" or "What are you proud of yourself for today?" 

4) Write a positive affirmation like "I believe in you!" and stick it in your child's lunch box 

5) Play Simon Says and make one of the actions "Give yourself a hug and say I AM WONDERFUL!" 

6) Use affirmation cards like these ones from The Positivity Mama 

7) Read empowering books together like Louise Hay's "I Think, I Am" 

Find more information about these resources by clicking the Pinterest board below!


The Unexpected Key to a Happy Relationship

We hear people say that respect, communication, honesty, and doing activities together are the keys to a happy romantic relationship. And while I wholeheartedly agree, there's one key that I want to bring up today that isn't talked about quite…

Why I Wrote "You Are Amazing"

Three years ago, I was a stressed out mom of two energetic toddlers that always seemed to be getting into mischief. I felt like most of the words that came out of my mouth were: 

“Be careful!” 
“Don’t do…