Having suffered from anxiety for much of her life, Izzy Judd has brought together a brilliant collection of simple activities and exercises to help mothers find their own piece of calm.
There are exercises both for you to do alone and with your children of all ages, giving them their own tools to help remain happy and peaceful too.
This practical book will hold your hand through the challenging days as well as the exciting and happy ones, and most importantly will provide something you can teach your children and share together over the years.
Between homeschooling, preparing endless meals and working from home, most mums probably feel anything but mindful at the moment. However, Izzy believes that it's possible to find tiny moments of calm amid the chaos, and in her practical book she'll teach you how
Shows that it is possible to find moments of serenity even in the busiest lives. She also demonstrates how young children can be encouraged to take part in simple exercises that induce peacefulness during times of stress or fear, alongside their parents
The useful exercises can be done alone or with children of all ages and are designed to help you through tough and exhausting mummy days, as well as happy and heart-warming moments you want to share with your child forever
A delightful book. Provides simple, easy and fun activities for both parents and children of all ages to restore calm and peace to even the most overwhelming days
Having suffered from anxiety for much of her life, Izzy Judd has brought together a brilliant and inspiring collection of simple activities and exercises to help mothers find their own piece of calm
Izzy will teach you simple activities and exercises to feel more peaceful and connected to the world, and the tools to help children of all ages remain happy and positive too
A must-have book for anyone keen to be more mindful about their Mothering
A brilliant and inspiring collection of simple activities and exercises to help mothers find moments of calm
Included in 'The best parenting books mums should read in 2020'