A weekly podcast embracing Hygge to improve on self care and happiness for Early Childhood Education.
Bringing Hygge into the Early Years: Creating a sense of arrival
How do you create a warm welcome to your children and families each day?
Bringing Hygge into the Early Years: The Unique Child
Page 43 from the book on the unique child.
Bringing Hygge into the Early Years: Your Core Values
In this weeks episode we look at what your core values are when it comes to hygge and making sure you lead your everyday practice with these.
Bringing Hygge into the Early Years: Becoming Present
In this episode we look at Chapter 3 of Kimberly's book 'Bringing Hygge into the Early Years' and we focus on being more present and mindful.
Bringing Hygge into the Early Years: Not to do list
In this episode we look at chapter 2 of my book 'Bringing Hygge into the Early Years' and focus on being more efficient with your time. You can work along with me with your copy of the book to reflect on your own practice and wellbeing.
Bringing Hygge into the Early Years: Re-balance you
In this new season of my podcast I take each episode to walk you through my latest book ' Bringing Hygge into the Early Years.'
In this first episode I begin by sharing my hygge journey with you and we start to unpick what hygge is and how you can discover it for yourself.
I’m on listening to this podcast for the second time in preparation for a job interview. I have used so many of the ideas in this podcast in my school and home
Welcome dose of well-being and inspiration
A very welcome dose of well-being and inspiration for under valued early years educators. I am an experienced senior early years teacher working in a deprived area plus a mum of two tots! I find this podcast and website such a wealth of simple, uncomplicated good practice. The little things we do for ourselves and give to our children really do matter. Thank you for this weekly gem Kimberly, you are a breath of fresh air and the message has such huge potential!
I love listening to the Hygge podcast, there’s always something to make you think, reassess and pose questions to help you refine your practice.