5-Minute Parenting Fixes

Quick Tips and Advice for the Everyday Challenges of Raising Children

  • Imprint: Vie
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 192
  • Price: £9.99
  • Publication date: 8 February 2018
  • ISBN: 9781786852472

About the book

We all have busy lives but want to be the best parent to our child, without compromise.

Many of us turn to the internet when we want a snap answer to a parenting dilemma, but how do we determine what is reliable information? This book is the antidote to those overwhelming search engine results. It’s a one-stop source for time-poor parents who need reliable, tried and tested advice on all the parenting conundrums from classic to topical, such as:

  • What’s the best way to encourage good behaviour?
  • How can I ensure my child has a healthy body image.
  • How can I ensure they do their homework with minimal fuss?
  • How can I get my children to play nicely together instead of fight?

With no-nonsense solutions, each designed to be read in less than 5 minutes, this book will help to boost your confidence when making important parenting decisions.

About the author

Liat Hughes Joshi is a North London-based freelance journalist and author who writes about parenting and lifestyle issues. 

She has contributed to many national and international publications including The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times and The Guardian and a range of magazines and websites. Liat is also a columnist and feature writer for AOL UK's parenting website www.parentdish.co.uk. She makes regular appearances on TV and radio providing comment on parenting and family life.

Reviews

'As a Mum of small children, I know it is the toughest job in the world.  I love 5 Minute Parenting Fixes as it cuts out the nonsense with short practical tips that help keep you grounded. it covers everything from strops and snacks to social media.  Keep it to hand for those moments when you're pulling your hair out, or when a friend asks you whether something is normal/a good idea and you want to give good advice.'

Lauren Seager-Smith, Mum and CEO of Kidscape