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Encourage your children to share their worries

Listen to your children’s fears and anxieties about the times you are away and reassure them of your love and commitment to them.


Plan your school involvement for the upcoming year

It’s the start of the school year for Australian schools, so they will be asking parents to volunteer their time for many roles, including serving on canteen, assisting teachers in the classroom, helping at working bees, etc. Sit down with your children and agree with them what you will volunteer for, and how often.


Call your child’s teacher or sports coach

Even when you are away from home, call your child’s teacher or sports coach to discuss any concerns you may have, or simply to say ‘thanks’.


Take a minute to celebrate ‘The Land Down Under’

Here’s some stellar advice from Tommy Caldwell, one of the top rock climbers on the planet - someone who Kym imagines spent way too much of his formative years hanging off high-points by his fingertips (and maybe being told not to by well-meaning adults).

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Raise your kids to be adventurous

Don’t wrap your children in cotton wool and try to protect them from the world and all its dangers. Instead, teach them to recognise and manage the risks in a situation so they can confidently challenge themselves.


Consider the Cost/Benefit Trade-off of Spending Time With Your Children

Investing time and energy in your family will yield enormous benefits.


Encourage Good Fathering in Your Workplace

Make your workplace one that supports families.


Share News of Advances in Science, Technology, and Other Areas

Tell your children how the world is changing and what they can look forward to.


Record videos reading story books

Record lots of videos of dad reading his child’s favourite story books.


Be Aware of Unconscious Biases

Teach your children not to pre-judge others by setting the right example.