This post is a collection of posts from my previous blog site... now put together as one... this makes a long read but I have divided them as chapters here, so you can have a break if you wish... I am a mother, an early years teacher/consultant and also a wife of a professor of sleep research .My husband sent me an article - I have found some of my own - and so I am going to try and piece together some science and some experience in the preschool world together in the effort
I have read about 18 things highly creative people do differently... and realised that all 18 of them I could check off... actually did not expect that... so much so I kept reading to see if there was more... surely I could not have checked off them all... I even had to count to make sure!! Although I have to admit I do mindfulness in my own way...
Read the Huffington Post here....
What DID get me thinking is the amount of time you need to daydream, to observe, to people w
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There are a few themes that have popped up regularly in my blogposts over the years... one of them as been sleep and rest... this probably has a lot to do with my husband being a sleep researcher and works as professor at Stockholm Stress Research Institute and also as Associate Professor at Karolinska Institute Department of Clinical Neurology, it means I naturally notice this kind of research, and it also means I have proof-read his Englis
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Yesterday I updated a post I wrote a few years back about sleep and rest (you can read it here) and updated it to include a Swedish translation. This I re-shared and I have received a few questions about it that I will take up in this post.
One question was about what happens if you work with a child that obviously needs sleep during the day and yet their parents are adamant that they do not nap at preschool?
I have also encountered this severa