Welcome to a brand new workshop – Parenting From Joy
Parenting is hard. This, we know. But it can also be beautiful, and connect us with ourselves in ways we didn’t know were possible.
We deserve to feel joy and delight in our daily lives. And when we are lit up with happiness, it radiates out to our families. Yet it can feel as though so much gets in the way of that joy: chores, guilt, comparison, exhaustion, a lack of time to even pee alone…
Parenting From Joy can’t make all the bad bits go away. But it can help you to find the magic and beauty amongst the chaos.
You can listen to me talking about Parenting from Joy here:
How does it work?
Parenting From Joy is a video workshop, accessed online.
Upon purchase, you’ll be sent a link to the workshop. There you will find four videos (20-30min each), with each one focusing on a different aspect of the workshop:
- Finding clarity around what matters
- Letting go of guilt and comparison
- Building a foundation of self-compassion
- Parenting from joy
Each video is designed so that they can be watched separately or together, and each section is a mix of conceptual and practical information and advice.
You’ll also find a beautiful PDF workbook to accompany the workshop videos, filled with questions to help you reflect on what you’ve listened to, and help you apply the ideas covered to your life.
You will also have access to a private Facebook group, with a live Q&A session.
How do I book?
Parenting From Joy is not currently open, to join the waitlist for the next round please email us hello(at)fridabemighty(dot)com.
I regret that refunds are not offered on online products, though places are transferrable. By purchasing, you agree to the following terms and conditions:
If you have already signed up to Parenting From Joy, you can access it here.
Eloise Rickman is an author, parent educator and founder of A Beautiful Childhood. She works with clients around the world through online courses and coaching. Her work focuses on evidence-based parenting, home-based and alternative education, and helping families find more rhythm and ease in their daily lives. Extraordinary Parenting (Scribe, 2020) is her first book.
Eloise is a trained doula, and previously studied social anthropology at Cambridge University where she first became interested in how childhood and family practices shape society. She believes that parenting can be a radical act, and that changing the way we raise and educate children has the potential to shape and change society for the better. Her work has been featured on the BBC, and she is a regular guest on podcasts. She lives in South London with her husband and young daughter, who has been home educated from birth.