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Win a Gold Pass to Happiness and its Causes Conference in Sydney

<a href="/articles/win-a-gold-pass-to-happiness-and-its-causes-conference-in-sydney">Win a Gold Pass to Happiness and its Causes Conference in Sydney</a>

***Closing date extended to 21 March, winner informed by 24 March*** WIN a Gold Pass to the 2014 Happiness and its Causes conference in Sydney 29-30 May 2014. Your gold pass gives you access to pre and post conference workshops, permitting a full 4 day experience at the world's leading happiness event! All happychild readers are eligible for a 20% discount using our unique code, listed below. Read full article

Discounted Entry to Mind and Its Potential Conference in November 2013, Sydney

<a href="/blogs/yvettevignando/2013/08/20/discounted-entry-to-mind-and-its-potential-conference-in-november-20">Discounted Entry to Mind and Its Potential Conference in November 2013, Sydney</a>

Stimulate your mind at the 8th annual Mind & Its Potential conference and unleash your brain power in all areas of life! happychild readers can use this promotion code to receive a 20% discount on registration fee. Read full article

Interview with Marita Cheng - Young Australian of the Year 2012

<a href="/articles/interview-with-marita-cheng-young-australian-of-the-year-2012">Interview with Marita Cheng - Young Australian of the Year 2012</a>

Marita Cheng grew up poor, living in a housing commission home in north Queensland. Marita was an excellent student in school, finishing in the top 0.2% of the nation. After graduating, Marita moved to Melbourne to start her engineering studies. In 2008, she founded the not-for-profit, Robogals. In 2012, she was named Australia’s Young Australian of the Year. Marita recently spoke at Sydney’s Young Minds Conference where the theme was How Do We Grow a Good Person? Afterwards, happychild spoke with Marita about what it takes to achieve your dreams. Read full article

NexusEQ Conference – Emotion, Neuroscience, Learning, Leadership

<a href="/articles/nexuseq-conference-%E2%80%93-emotion-neuroscience-learning-leadership">NexusEQ Conference – Emotion, Neuroscience, Learning, Leadership</a>

Described as the 'Emotional Intelligence Fair', NexusEQ is a conference that aims to connect the science and practice of emotional intelligence. Read full article

Room to Breathe - Film about Mindfulness in Schools

<a href="/articles/room-to-breathe-film-about-mindfulness-in-schools">Room to Breathe - Film about Mindfulness in Schools</a>

Room to Breathe is a story of transformation as struggling kids in a San Francisco public middle school are introduced to the practice of mindfulness. Topping the district in disciplinary suspensions, and with overcrowded classrooms creating a nearly impossible learning environment, overwhelmed administrators are left with stark choices. Do they repeat the cycle of forcing tuned-out children to listen, or experiment with a set of age-old inner practices that may provide them with the social, emotional, and attention skills that they need to succeed? Read full article

The Marshmallow Test - Gorgeous Video

The marshmallow test was developed in the 1960s and children who participated in it have been followed for over 40 years. It's about self control and willpower. Follow up studies showed that the kids who were more able to wait (15 minutes) ended up performing better academically and mostly continued to show self control in other experiments in later life. Read full article

Why Unstructured Play is Important for Your Child

<a href="/articles/why-unstructured-play-is-important-for-your-child-0">Why Unstructured Play is Important for Your Child</a>

Unstructured, unsupervised fun could be more beneficial for your child's future than you realise. Parents are feeling they need to provide an array of structured and adult-directed activities to raise smarter children...but it is also backfiring as children are not being given the freedom to develop their own interests and creativity. Read full article