Pave a pathway toward well-being for you and your children.

When we nourish the well-being of ourselves and our children we empower a sense of resilience and adaptability in our everyday lives. 

Having a toolkit of actionable steps is one key to navigating challenges and uncertainties that we might face. 

 Your Pathway to Well-Being is an essential tool that can help you and your children navigate your journey to happiness and holistic wellness through simple, everyday practices.

Your Pathway to Well-Being

  • Was specially created to provide you with seven actionable steps to nourish your own well-being as you nurture, guide, and inspire the well-being of your children.

  • Can help you find a pathway that leads you to well-being during times that feel challenging or uncertain.

  • Can help you handle stressful moments. Navigating challenges is essential to emotional and physical wellness in all human beings ~ including you and your children.

  • Helps you discover a toolkit of strategies to use in difficult moments so you can nourish a sense of confidence, resilience, and empowerment in yourself and your children.

  • Is a pathway to help you nurture the well-being of yourself and your children alike.


Your Pathway to Well-Being

Founder ~ Nurtured Inspirations

Susan Wright

For over 32 years, Susan Wright has shared a passion with parents and educators who nurture, guide, and inspire children. Working collaboratively with children, she works alongside parents and educators to make visible children’s thinking as a way to honour each child’s human experience and unique ways of being. As a teacher, researcher, author, and pedagogical leader, Susan brings a fresh perspective to education through the relationships she builds with educators and parents. As the Founder of the newest collective in education, Susan created Nurtured Inspirations as a way to connect globally with individuals and teams of educators and parents looking to share together as intellectual partners building learning relationships alongside children. Susan travels internationally and collaborates virtually with those wishing to build lasting learning partnerships that share in rich educational endeavours. Susan has visited schools in Canada, the United States, and Italy to study children’s thinking and learning, and to engage in pedagogical dialogue around educator practise.