Nicolle Nattrass is a homeschooling mother, an advocate for Maternal Mental Health, and has worked as a professional actor, writer, and Certified Addiction Counselor.
She is the creator and designer of 4 Creative Journaling programs that focus on self-care and mental wellness.
Nicolle Nattrass is part of the Journal Council, for the International Association for Journal Writing and is a contributing author of two new books, Transformational Journaling for Coaches & Clients: The Complete Guide to the Benefits of Personal Writing (Routledge Press, 2021) and the Great Book of Journaling (Mango Publishing 2021).
Nicolle values creating environments where tender-hearted conversations can be held and where a trauma-informed lens leads. She wrote her first book, Just the Two of Us: A Soft Place for Tender Hearts to Land, a new book on how to use journaling with children to process stress, anxiety, and trauma (The Zebra Ink, NY).
Take a 90 second pause. 90 seconds is the difference between a reaction and a response.Nicolle Nattress, author of Just the Two of Us
Nicolle Nattrass Advice for Homeschool Parents:
- Write your feelings in a journal.
- Sit with your child and doodle together.
- Write a word on your journal and just doodle around the word.
- Doodling is a massage for the brain.
- Have a theme word for the day. And check in throughout the day to determine if you’re living by that word.
- Create a morning journalling routine to tune in to what you need.
- Get curious about your feelings and other people’s feelings.
- Get curious about the world around you and your kids will too.
- Journal for just 2-8 minutes a day.
- Treat yourself more: you’ve done amazing this year!
Something happens when we put it out of our minds and put it on the page. My thoughts and my feelings matter.Nicolle Nattress
Nicolle Nattrass can be found online at:
- Website: www.nicollenattrass.com
- Instagram: Nicolle Nattrass (@nicollenattrass)
- Listen to another conversation with Nicolle & I here.
Big Emotions Journal for the Homeschool Mom
Journal questions that aid in your self-exploration, to get curious about what your triggers, know how to address them, and learn how to align your thought patterns, so you can show up on purpose in your homeschool.
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