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Parents in the Know Podcast Episode 22: Interview Special with Julie-Anne England
This is the 22nd episode of my podcast for parents and families who want to be in the know about major parenting concerns and issues. Today, we have another special episode from our interview series. An Interview Special with Julie-Anne England is the topic under discussion today.
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Today on Parents in the Know, we have another special episode from our interview series. Today I’m excited to introduce you to Julie-Anne England, the owner and creator of the Small Steps Parenting Magazine, whose website is smallstepsparenting.com.
Julie-Anne believes that parents have within them the ability to be the best parent they can be for their child and Small Steps is about empowering these parents by providing articles, resources and professionals to help them during each stage. In addition to informative articles and downloadable resources such as activity sheets, Julie-Anne has also created a great new ecourse which parents can do online in their own time to help them with some of the most common parenting issues.
Julie-Anne has over 15 years experience working with children and parents, has studied various areas including childcare, business, design and more. She is mother to two young girls and is living her dream of being a stay-at-home business mum.
If you want to leave a comment or ask a question about this episode, please go to www.parentresourcecentre.com. Full transcripts are available to silver members on the site. Don’t forget to check out Julie-Anne’s website, either, at smallstepsparenting.com. Her Facebook group for parents is called Small Steps to Better Parenting. And send her an email to find out more about what she can do for you at email@example.com. And if you enjoyed this episode, it would be wonderful if you could leave a review on iTunes or Stitcher, to help more people discover this podcast.
Next week on Parents in the Know we’ll have another instalment of my own journey as a parent. Despite how miserable I was during my first pregnancy something made me do it all again and this time if possible, things were even worse. My experiences with perinatal depression is next week’s topic on Parents in the Know. Thanks for listening.
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