[LISTEN] How to cope in small spaces
With the lockdown extended until the end of the month and the inability to get away from home you may need new ideas on how to keep busy and cope with having other people in your physical space.
Human potential and parenting expert Nikki Bush suggests ways to get creative with the space you are in.
You have to use a lot of whatever you have on hand.Nikki Bush, Human potential and parenting expert
I think that you need a doodle spot and the doodle spot could be the kitchen counter cause that's where you can play with play dough, paint and pastels and all those slightly messy things.Nikki Bush, Human potential and parenting expert
Look at the whole house as a canvas.Nikki Bush, Human potential and parenting expert
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