From the moment we’re born, we begin to make choices and determine our priorities.
At first, it’s relatively simple. As a baby, most of my life decisions are made by my parents – otherwise, my priorities are determined by my biological needs. So I eat when I’m hungry, sleep when I’m tired, and so on. Life’s pretty dandy.
When we transit to primary school, we move out from under the protective wings of our parents and into the vast world of shiny and loud things that demand our attention.… Read More