Tag Archives: Bucket Emptiers

101 Ways to Help Your Highly Sensitive Child Empty Their Bucket

“101 Ways to Help Your Highly Sensitive Child Empty Their Bucket: Calming Tools During Times of Overwhelm” has been bought in five different countries so far. It took the number one spot in the Amazon Hot New Releases chart in … Continue reading

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5 Ways a Highly Sensitive Child Can Empty Their Bucket in School

Imagine a child putting every sound, feeling, sight, emotion and experience of their school day unfiltered into a bucket.¬†What comes home is an overwhelmed child struggling to get their full bucket home before it spills over. Wouldn’t it be better … Continue reading

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Book Release: 101 Ways to Help Your Highly Sensitive Child Empty Their Bucket

It has been a labour of love and a long time in the making, but “101 Ways to Help Your Highly Sensitive Child Empty Their Bucket: Calming Tools During Times of Overwhelm” is now a fact. It’s been published. It’s … Continue reading

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How To Find Balance As A Highly Sensitive Extrovert

Are you a highly sensitive extrovert? Although it’s more common to be an introverted highly sensitive person (HSP), you are certainly not alone. I’m delighted to introduce you to Alison (The Little Blog Of Positivity), who’s guest blogging today to … Continue reading

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8 Reasons to Create a Herb Garden with Your Children

Getting out in the garden is a great bucket emptier, not just for you but for your children too. There are lots more benefits too. Here are eight great reasons to create a herb garden with your children. 1. Highly … Continue reading

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What Do Mums Really Want This Mother’s Day? Bucket Time!

Highly sensitive mothers feel emotions intensely and deeply, take sleep deprivation even harder than other mothers, and really struggle with the constant noise around them. It makes parenting tough on the best of days. What do highly sensitive mothers really … Continue reading

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Why Highly Sensitive People Dislike Clutter (and How to Get Rid of It)

Busy space, busy head. That is in short why highly sensitive people like a decluttered space. Busy environments mean lots of things for a highly sensitive person to process. That leads to overstimulation. Overstimulation means stress. The Effect of Clutter … Continue reading

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