Live Q & A session for June.
Here is a summary of what we covered:
1:37 Claire asks Lisa for any ideas of inspiration about making some changes with her cleaning products as she is wanting to change to more natural options, but doesn’t know where to start.
5:54 Claire asks Lisa: How do you get kids to help around the house without constantly having to nag them?!
12:09 Karen aks Lisa: Could you please share your tips for packing please, travelling and for house.
15:38 Skye asks Lisa: Do you believe we need motivation to do something like exercise? Motivation such as in the energy to get up and go. Should we just effing do it, or is there another way to feel motivated- eg using visualisations, positive self talk etc?
20:46 Lavania asks Lisa about Food Allergies. Her 14th month old has dair, egg, peanut, pistachio and cashew nut allergies, and possible coconut. He is very symptomatic – hives, very itchy red skin, puffy eyes, severe eczema etc. While under the guidance of an allergist & dietician which is great for the medical check. Lavania was still wondering if there are any meal plans or recipes in Small steps vault specifically for allergies as above or even handy resources/apps that would help me meal plan for the whole family so I can gradually introduce these foods to bub without the rest of the family having to restrict these foods from their diet.
27:29 Karoline asks Lisa about money and money stories with children: What are you saying to your kids (in the practical, day to day buying and paying) about money, abundance, choices with money etc? I want to create a platform for the kids to make sound financial choices when they’re grown but also spare them from the money doesn’t grow on trees story.
38:20 Lauren asks Lisa for tips for dealing with ongoing separation anxiety and preparing little kids for the arrival of a sibling. Lauren has 2 twin ½ year old girls with a little boy due just as they turn 3. Daycare has suggested one of my girls is showing signs of anxiety and difficulty adjusting to changes at school. This is also the twin who is VERY attached to me.
43:15 School holidays are almost upon us and Beth asks Lisa: What are you go to things to keep your kids busy and entertained and to burn off some energy, especially when it is too cold or wet outside.
46:20 Lisa is asked: Should I make brothers play with each other?
Lisa Reece’s 6 year old wants to play with his older brother whoms 8, but he doesn’t want to play with his younger brother. Do you force them to play together or explain to both options.
48:35 Kelly asks Lisa: Any tips on how to call out someone else’s stories diplomatically.
Lisa talks about her program she is currently running called Ready For Change and how content in Week 4 will be covered.
50:20 Dion asks Lisa: Any tip on changing our mindset on how overwhelming our kids can be?