Mindfulness Tips for Busy Parents

Mindfulness is for everyone. BUT there is one group of people that definitely could derive huge benefits from practising it – BUSY PARENTS.

If this is you, check out Sally Kellett’s (Founder of Mirosuna) interview with Rachael Monteleone – Founder of Kiddipedia.

Here is where you can learn 8 ways to practise mindfulness on the run. Watch our interview here or read our article on Kiddipedia’s blog here.

A message from Rachael Monteleone - Founder and Managing Director at Kiddipedia

Where Kiddipedia derived from was my curiosity: where do parents go for their answers? With a smorgasbord of parenting sites to choose from and a long list of social media sites, how does any parent know which site to go to and whose articles to read that will help?!?!

Kiddipedia is here to help: A simple, easy to use site that gives you access to all the top parenting support websites in Australia from one platform.

Offering a keyword search across the top parenting sites in Australia, Kiddipedia collects thousands of the best articles from all the top parenting websites in Australia and draws them into one search bar, reducing the noise and clutter inherent in other search engines.

Everyone is busy, there’s no doubt about that. Kiddipedia was designed to save you time, give you answers fast but more importantly give you access to credible parenting articles, a choice of which parenting sites to visit and whose article you want to read. Once you’ve found the article you want to read, click on it and you will be directed through to their website.

Ultimately, Kiddipedia was built for you, and is all about you – the parents of Australia.

Let’s support and educate one another to give our children the life they deserve, give each other the tools to be the best parent, guardian or grandparent we can be and most of all empower each other to be the best versions of ourselves.

We also welcome you to come and visit us in the Mirosuna studio to try out our classes to help put you in a meditative state to find deep relaxation and connection.