Pinky McKay’s top tip for parents: "surrender"

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Thu 3 August 2017

17 mins

When you become a parent it can feel like you’re moving through molasses while juggling with your eyes closed.

That is, it’s tough. But we often give ourselves a hard time, when really we need to relax.

Pinky McKay steps into the studio to explain how we can take a breath and accept where we are, right now.

 Check out Pinky's seminars and book here, or vote for Pinky in the Australian Mumpreneur awards here 

Plus, watch the special Facebook live chat we had with Pinky below.

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