I see the earth. Bali has been busy with families with children for twenty years, mainly from Europe, and it was they who conveniently organized the infrastructure there – from practicing children’s yoga (rainbowkidsyoga.net) to children’s surf schools (odysseysurfschool.com). The beauty of these activities is that each time they take place in a new place and along with their skills, children discover the island meter by meter. The most interesting things that can be offered here are intensive outdoor activities at Green Camp (greencampbali.com). Children are picked up there for a day or a weekend to tell in a fascinating way about subsistence farming and island life of local people: make chocolate, build rafts and huts from palm leaves, make fire or climb palm trees for coconuts. Continue reading
So, how to combine travel, three children and their own business? Anya, the mother of a wonderful family, answers our questions. 1. When you started traveling, how did you come to this? We have been dreaming about travel for a long time. About seven years ago, I found your blog on the Internet, as well as the blogs of other travelers. This then greatly turned my brains – I realized that traveling does not need any sky-high income. I understood that I need to create a constant financial flow for myself and then the dream will come true. We began to think in this direction. We tried network marketing, but it came to understand that this is not a passive income, as they describe it, but just an option of self-employment, business. At that time, we had a rethinking of many things, including the transition to vegetarianism. Continue reading
If you’re waiting in a room with magazines, play Tales of a Best Friend. See which pictures will catch your child’s attention – with a picture of a person or an animal. Let him imagine who each of them would choose as his best friend. With whom does the dog want to be friends – with a cat, mouse, elk or with a boy? Make up a story about best friends. Ask the child what they are doing, what games they play, what they eat and whether they fight.
If your child does not always behave well, for example, takes away toys from other children, you can carefully and delicately tell him about his best friend who takes away toys. Let your kid teach a friend to share toys in this story, while trying to have the conversation lead him. You will learn a lot about what is happening in your child’s soul. Do not keep him from choosing, at first glance, not suitable pairs. If the elephant decides that the mouse will be his best friend, you will have a great opportunity to discuss how opposites can enrich friendship, rather than destroy it. The more differences, the better! Continue reading