#children

Poftă de papanași – fără zahăr

Ieri am avut poftă de papanași, așa că am trecut la treabă.

Ingrediente

  • 250g brânză dulce
  • 300g făină
  • 1 pliculeț zahăr vanilat
  • coajă de la o lămâie
  • o liguriță de praf de copt
  • 1 ou
  • 250ml ulei
  • Dulceața de care tip vreți ( eu prefer zmeură)
  • Smântănă

Am adăugat brânzica într-un bol, zahăr vanilat, ou, praf de sare, lămâie și le-am mixat cu o lingură până s-au încorporat toate ingredientele. Am împărțit compoziția în 5 papanși pe care i-am modelat în palmă sau se pot modela pe blat de lucru. Formăm gaura specifică și apoi biluța corespunzătoare. Îi prăjim în ulei pe ambele părți și apoi se servesc cu smântână și dulceața din abundență.

Să aveți pofta!

Donate for kids living in poverty in my home city Brasov, Romania

#children

Giving Tuesday

GivingTuesday was born and incubated at the 92nd Street Y and its Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact in New York City. 

  • Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you. Luke 6:38

I love generous people, they are my kind of people. Generosity comes from a blessed, happy heart.

For me is more important to give than to receive. Every Christmas Year we give to people in need, their children’s smile remains in my heart all year round.

Donations for poor children- Christmas time 🎅🏽

#children, child development, Psychology, self-confidence

Self-Confidence

The quality of being certain of your abilities or of having trust in peopleplans, or the future.

Without confidence, we can’t do things like committing to something, sticking to our decisions, and taking calculated risks. You can’t work well if you keep second-guessing your actions. (William James) “Father of American psychology”

Being confident in all areas of your life is the key that opens many doors. Unfortunately, not many of us are aces when it comes to confidence, but the most important is to practice it every day. Be confident, smart, humble, open-minded.

Self-confidence in child development

They feel confident and secure, they’re more likely to succeed in school and achieve personal goals. As they get older, they learn to confront problems and resist peer pressure. More important, having a positive self-image helps a child feel happy and capable of maintaining personal relationships. Keep up the good work, parents!

#children

Drumul spre succes

De multe ori acest drum nu este deloc drept, lin. Drumul spre succes este plin de gropi, urcușuri, eșec, bolovani și așa de prin tufiș mai iese câte un șerpișor.

În 2010 am plecat spre drumul meu, la vârsta de 14 ani, un număr minor și fără buzunare, dar cu vise mărețe și curaj. În timp ce prietenii mei erau la 25km depărtare fiecare cu familia, rutina lor zilnica, viața de seara sau noapte, eu eram într-o cameră cu alți colegi de liceu, o baie comună și cu tema la mate, engleza încă neterminată.

Mi-am atins obiectivele prin muncă și zicala ”never give up” dacă azi o fost greu, mâine va fi mai bine. Educația și munca te scot din sărăcie, îți deschid larg ochii, îți dai seama ce-i viața și ce se întâmplă în jurul tău pe o scală mai largă, nu doar pe câțiva km.

În 2014 am terminat liceul. In 2017 am absolvit facultatea. Acum mi-am atins obiectivele cu care am plecat din comunitatea mea in luna Septembrie, anul 2010.

Succesul a fost educația pe care am primit-o de a lungul anilor, pot să mă angajez cu o diplomă de licență, am cunoștințele necesare și mai mult, știu ce înseamnă să fi o femeie independentă.

Munca, educația, ai ieșit din zona ta de confort rezultă în a avea succesul pe care ți-l dorești mai ales când aparții de o comunitatea dezavantajată.

Sunt multe de scris, multe de povestit, tot ce citiți mai sus sunt doar câteva rânduri dintr-o carte cu zeci de pagini.

#children, english language, phrase, worries

”No worries”

I hear this phrase at least 100 times a day.

I live in the UK, it’s true. Before coming here, I never heard anyone ending a phone conversation with the phrase ”no worries, mate”. It’s simply annoying to hear so many times a day no worries, no worries and no worries… why British people are so worried all the time?

Excuse my sarcasm!

Accordingly to Wikipedia ”The phrase has influenced a similar phrase used in the Tok Piskin language in Papua New Guinea. Its usage became more common in British English after increased usage in Australian soap operas that aired on television in the United Kingdom. Linguistics experts are uncertain how the phrase became utilized in American English; theories include its use by Steve Irwin on the television program The Crocodile Hunter.

Personally, I do not ”swallow” the word worries, it’s not so positive. It’s funny how people are telling each ”no worries” Like do not worry mate, I got this, let me worry, you sit there on your chair, relax, let me be the ”no worries superhero”.

Once again, excuse my sarcasm! Now let’s go back to work, mate.

No worries!

Hakuna Matata!

#children, #copiii, #development, DIVERSITY, equality, inclusive

Inclusive Education

Inclusion in education refers to all students being able to access and gain equal opportunities to education and learning.

Inclusive education is the most effective way to give all pupils a fair chance to go to school, learn and develop the skills they need to thrive. It means real learning opportunities for groups who have traditionally been excluded, not only children with disabilities, but speakers of minority languages too.

Some of the benefits of inclusive practice include:

  • Teaching pupils about diversity and equality.
  • Improving, encouraging friendships between diverse children (Diversity)
  • Promoting parental confidence that their children are being accepted and can be successful in the school setting.#

An estimated 240 million children worldwide live with disabilities. Like all children, children with disabilities have ambitions and dreams for their futures. Like all children, they need quality education to develop their skills and realize their full potential.

Yet, children with disabilities are often overlooked in policymaking, limiting their access to education and their ability to participate in social, economic and political life. Worldwide, these children are among the most likely to be out of school. They face persistent barriers to education stemming from discrimination, stigma and the routine failure of decision makers to incorporate disability in school services – Source UNICEF