Bringing a child up is by no means an easy job. There are so many things that you are told to do, and not to do. But which one is the right thing? Well, the truth is, there is no right answer. The same way as there is no right way of parenting. It can’t be taught – it’s something that is learned as you go along. That means you will have to trust yourself and take the leap.


One of the most important things to think about when bringing up a child, is their future. We want them to have all the things that we didn’t have. We want them to be successful, and happy in what they’re doing. – This all starts in their early ages, so getting your kids excited (instead of fearful) about their future is the way to go about it.


There are so many things to discover!

Life is essentially one big adventure, and everyone can uncover it in their own special way. That may be through traveling, playing a musical instrument or falling or love – or all three and more! The more opportunities your child has to experience, the more they will learn about themselves, so it’s all about finding the happy medium between keeping them safe and sheltered, while letting them roam free to follow their journey.

If you have the opportunity to – try visiting a new place as often as you can, including a whole new country once a year. This will show your child how different the world can be from one side to another.


There’s a whole variety of jobs out there!

There is something out there for everyone, so if your child loves to dance – tell them they can do it, and even get paid for it! As long as they work hard and train every day – anything is possible. Or if they have a passion for vehicles – tell them to look through job sites to find out what the requirements are, but don’t apply to Autozone without reading this first. It’s a tutorial that gives valuable information about the different roles, and the salaries that go with them. This is a great way for your child to learn about how the recruitment process goes, even if they’re not quite ready yet.


There are so many little things to appreciate!

Bring your children up knowing that it’s not all about money. Let’s be honest, it definitely helps at times – but it’s not what gives us happiness. Happiness can mean so many different things depending on who you are, but by teaching your children to appreciate the little things, they will be more prone to being humble and grateful, and those are great traits to have.

Show them what they can get when they put their mind to something and work hard for it. Not everyone is born with a silver spoon in their mouths, so sometimes you have to put all your efforts into something, that ends up giving you very little in return, but again, this all adds to the experience of life.