What we learnt from 2015

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

Fri 18 December 2015

10 mins

As 2015 comes to a close it's easy to look back on the year gone by and think about all those new years resolutions that fell by the wayside, like that scuba diving course you swore you'd finish or those 5 kilos you planned to lose, it’s a gentle reminder that not everything goes according to plan, but that’s ok!

Hear Shevonne Hunt and Stavros Yiannoukas reflect back on the simple achievements and life lessons they learnt throughout the year. From reclaiming Saturday date nights after four years with small kids to worrying less about the kids and being less afraid to make mistakes. 

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