Angela Lockwood wears many hats – occupational therapist, author and keynote speaker just to name a few. She started her first business at the age of 7, but dedicated her adult life to advising people on how to bring the energy and focus they need to all they do. Her latest book Switch Off: How to find calm in a noisy world aims to reduce stress and depression, better your performance and improve your satisfaction with a practical framework to help you slow down and take control of your life.

Also in this episode, Dr Justin Coulson opens up about a personal story affecting many families – inappropriate photos and requests in this digital age. He tells us about his experience and how you can deal with sexting. This episode contains confronting adult themes.

0:16 – Luke and Susie meet the teachers and the kids desperate to behave so they can have lunch with the principle.

4:51 – *WARNING – ADULT THEMES* How should we react as parents if our kids are sexting? Dr Justin Coulson talks about a request his daughter had to send a photo and how he responded to that situation.

16:14 – Luke and Susie #quoteables “Small deeds done, are better than great deeds planned.” – Peter Marshall

19:05 – Angela Lockwood, author of Switch Off: How to find calm in a noisy world talks about technology and making decisions in an overwhelmingly choice focused world.



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