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London, UK Posted 2 years, 11 months ago

Things to do in June

Find the joy in learning about yourself and others. From supporting a greener world to treating yourself to some time to practise mindfulness, we share 10 things to do this June

1. Page-turners

How to Help Your Child with Worry and Anxiety by Lauren Callaghan

Children can become anxious and overwhelmed in the same way that adults can. Clinical psychologist Lauren Callaghan shares an exploration of how anxiety can manifest itself within small children, and how best to help them rationalise it. Including conversation starters and activities, this guide looks to help parents help their children.

(Out 10 June, Trigger Publishing, £9.99)

2. Out and about

Pasta Picnic

Why not make the most of the warmer weather and longer days? Cook up some pasta, invite some pals, and you’ve got yourself a picnic. Or even have a proper midday break by taking lunch outside, and spend some time with a few friends. Set a time and day, find a spacious park, and you’ve got yourself a date.

(For recipe ideas, head to nutritionist-resource.org.uk)

3. Put on a show


Pilates is a great way to get everyone involved in some light exercise. Aiming to relax any tense muscles rather than stretch them, pilates is a gentle but rewarding way to get your blood flowing. The movements can be completed on a mat, or on the living room floor, and help to build strength as well as aiding good posture.

4. Lend us your ears

Listening Books

With more than 9,000 titles, Listening Books is a wonderful way to listen to stories on the go, or to discover new authors. Working also as a charity which provides easy access to books for those with an illness or condition that affects their print reading ability, you can not only enjoy your own audiobook experience, but also help make it possible for others, too!

(Visit listening-books.org.uk)

5. Plugged-in

Amber Kemp-Gerstel

If you enjoy spending the sunny evenings working on crafting projects, Amber has plenty of inspiration to share. Crafting with her children in mind, Amber has a whole host of highlights on her page to guide you through making everything from edible artwork to tote bags.

(Follow @damasklove on Instagram)

6. Tech Tip-Offs

Too Good to Go: End Food Waste

Reducing food waste is a great way to positively contribute to a greener planet, but for restaurants and fast food chains this can be difficult. Too Good to Go lets you purchase food from your favourite cafes and fast food restaurants that would otherwise go to waste, from £2 a bag. Simply use the app and pop to the venue to see what surprises you’ve got.

(On the App Store and Google Play)

7. Square eyes

The Great British Sewing Bee

Whether you’re a sewing machine sensation or a knot needling newbie, have your scissors at the ready for the sixth season of The Great British Sewing Bee – hosted by comedian Joe Lycett. Bound to inspire you to get crafty, follow the amateur sewers as they snip their way through weekly challenges to be crowned GBSB 2021 champion.

(Available on BBC iPlayer)


Read the full article at: happiful

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