Sat night set your clocks so that Sunday morning you are on time. Spring ahead as the saying goes, means that we will lose one hour of sleep. On my show Sat morning, I have some tips on how to make the transition easier for kids; from the www.familysleepinstitute.com
Plan ahead: If you've got a child who gets overtired easily which can lead to a sleepiness induced meltdown, try to prepare for the time change by starting to adjust their sleep schedule a few days in advance.
OR do nothing!: On the other hand, if your child is well rested and pretty flexible when it comes to their sleep you can just change their schedule to the new nap times and bedtimes after the clocks have adjusted.
Use routines to signal that sleep is coming: If you don't have an established bedtime and nap routine, this is so important for ...
Heritage Week with RJ Haney Feb 17-22, 2014,
Susan Mackie from the RJ Haney Heritage Park was on the Patrick Ryley morning show.
Hear it on my blog…
RJ Haney Park is set up with friends at The Mall at Piccadilly in Salmon Arm.
Through the week you can get your treasures appraised, look at antiques, and visit with the founding members of the area.
On Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014 the best bakers are at it for the Pie Competition. The best made from scratch pies are on display, judged and awarded. Then the auction takes off. Last year a pie from James Murray was sold for 2200.00 – now that’s filling!
For details stop by the Mall, or www.salmonarmmuseum.org
Here’s to our Heritage! Patrick Ryley
Hear it on my blog…
This Saturday on W5, Sandie Rinaldo investigates the exploding problem of luring and exploiting children online through various social media platforms. She sits down with victims of online predators, police, and advocates who are fighting to create a safer social media policy; including a 15-year-old Whitby boy who tells his story for the first time after his family and W5 went to court to lift a publication ban that prevented him from being identified. He wanted to tell his story because he hopes other kids and teens can learn from his experience.
This is a must watch for parents and teens. It’s cautionary report that will inspire viewers to think twice about what they post and who they think is viewing it.
Catch it on CTV Saturday, Feb 15, 2014 or www.ctvnews.ca
Always a pleasure to speak with Sandie! Patrick Ryley