4 Traits Your Children are Nudging You to Learn this 2020

4 Traits Your Children are Nudging You to Learn this 2020

(new story instead of the story on manners which the feedback said seemed a bit repetitive)

As parents we are single mindedly focused on understanding what we can teach our child and how we can help then grow. This New Year NFK tells you 4 amazing traits that you child has and that he/she is nudging you to learn so that you can be a happy and healthy adult this New Year. 

  • Be Kind – Children spread kindness and joy wherever they go and nudge us to follow the same. As adults we often become critical, judgmental and jaded in the way we view the world and behave with people. It’s time to say goodbye to these qualities and rediscover the kindness within. After all there’s however old you become, there’s no way you won’t feel good about bringing a smile to someone’s face.   
  • Be Curious – From asking questions to discovering new things and wanting to know more and more about the world around – children nudge us to constructively inquisitive and discover something new each day. As adults and especially parents we lose that trait of curiosity and that joy of discovery. It’s time to begin getting it back.  
  • Be Bold – Children nudge us to fear nothing – to be unafraid when it comes to living life on your own terms. The fear of being judged, the fear of the future, the fear of rejection and the fear of trying something new – as adults we have an endless list of things we fear. Decide to break some boundaries and limitations to discover your inner strength in this new year. 
  • Be Present – Children live in the moment and celebrate the smaller joys of life. As adults we are always on the run, planning for the future and worried about what’s next. The moment we are in is forgotten. This New Year take a leaf out of your child’s book and rediscover the joy of just being, of living each moment to its fullest. 

This 2020 let’s decide to rediscover ourselves through the eyes of our children. After all when it comes to learning, we are never too old to change ourselves.