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Doors to The Happy Home Habits Hub will reopen in September.

Join the waitlist, and I'll let you know as soon as the Hub opens up to new members.

Is the Happy Home Habits Hub for you?

Did you think it wouldn’t be this hard when you became a parent?

Are you wondering if you’re just not cut out for this?

Do you wish you didn’t get so angry with your kids?

Have you read the books? Maybe you have done a few parenting courses, but nothing seems to stick long-term.

Are you worried about the future of your relationship with your kids and worry that you’re ruining them?

I'm so happy you're here if you answered yes to any or all of the above. Not so long ago, I answered yes to all these questions. Then, I discovered something called Conscious Parenting. The information I learned was incredible, and I wanted to share it with the world, so I trained to become a Master Certified Parenting Coach with the Jai Institute for Parenting. I started working with parents to teach them what I had learned, but sometimes, the information wasn’t making enough of a difference. What I realised was missing was the practice. It was one thing to attend a coaching call, work out what was underneath your struggles, read some articles, and watch some videos, but another to put the learning into action. Unless my clients did this, there was no or very little change. Sometimes, the information was just a bit too much, and sometimes, they had trouble remembering when they were in the midst of a stressful situation.


I knew that what had made the most significant difference for me was being “in” the work—every single day.  I realised that while the information was important and valuable, it wasn’t the most crucial part; the daily, repetitive habits made all the difference. So I created the “Happy Home Habits Hub” where parents could come to find bite-sized, easy-to-digest information, support, accountability and a non-judgmental community that “gets” it.


In the Happy Home Habits Hub, we cultivate the daily habits that make a difference in how we show up as parents.

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