I hope you are having a great day…My name is Sylvia I serve parents and families who are just ready to hear some easy parenting tips that will make real, positive changes to their family life. I give parents the tools to feel and look like they are really enjoying parenting whilst continuing to develop themselves in all sorts of other ways they choose.
The place where I make a difference to people; I am ambitious about making a difference in ‘individuals’’ lives. So, helping ‘individuals’ achieve. Whether it is parents achieving their own lifetime goals or children achieving their individual potential. My ambition means my ‘helping people projects’ invariably overlap.
I have 15 year old twins. I am a qualified Mathematics teacher. I have a mathematics degree. I have a postgraduate in teaching. I have a postgraduate in Finance and Business. I regularly serve 100’s of people, in any one year, by providing sound business development advice. I have worked with, and continue to work with, 100’s of pupils, students and clients over 25 years, providing learning programmes.
How have I arrived at this place of service to parents and children? Upon every interaction, my questions?...What can I do? How can I help? What do I need to do to make a difference for good for you? This is innate in me and giving all that I am and more is my pleasure. Helping professional working mothers and mothers concentrating on their career or lifetime project, to parent is my current focus.
When I am not helping families, I love exercising and the outdoors. You will find me rarely in a gym. You will find me at National Trust locations, all around the country on regular family days out and when we lived in Hampshire, for 10 years, our nearest National Trust ‘place’, Mottisfont, I called our second garden. We now live in West Dorset and it is so beautiful here, everywhere is like a big garden. Alongside this, I take time out of my busy week, I love to just go for a long walk at least twice a week and a weekly run twice a week. I swim once a week. I had to teach myself to swim, as an adult and am the slowest swimmer in the world! I still have a goal to go skiing one day! I love cooking and eating wholesome, nutritious, tasty vegetarian food.
I have a Grade IV in playing the oboe and this is something I would love to take up again.
I have virtually ridden a horse on two occasions in my life. When I was fourteen I learnt to ride on a week long horse riding holiday; great scenery but watching me learn was not a pretty sight. When I was twenty-seven, I went horse riding in the Rockies, for a week; I could still ride well..the scenery was astounding!