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Goal Setting and Motherhood

Why I Won’t Be Setting Lofty Business Goals For 2016 I’m writing this post in my child’s hospital room. It’s long overdue, but my daughter has been ailing and I’ve been unable to concentrate. Back in my home office there’s umpteen emails waiting to be answered, and I had hoped …

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Existing In Photos

My first truly terrifying moment as a parent came recently, having rushed my son to emergency we sat in a hospital stall, staff rushing around trying to stabilise him. I watched his little chest sucking in so hard I could see the outline of his ribs, fighting for every breath, …

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5 Things To Do When You Find Out You’re Pregnant

Congratulations you are pregnant! It can be exciting and overwhelming at the same time but there are a few things you should do when you find out you’re expecting! This to-do list is for any new or seasoned mother, have your pen at the ready! Celebrate – in any way …

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Mothers Are The Key To All Life. We women Are Amazing

I truly didn’t appreciate how amazing the women in my life were, or myself, until I became a mother. Mother’s really are the key to all life. We women are amazing.. I was so caught up in my own world and my career that I didn’t see the mother behind …

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Green Juice For The Soul

Just so we’re clear (and so I don’t scare you off), when I say GREEN JUICE I’m not talking about spinach smoothies or kale and cucumber concoctions. The green juice I am talking about is GREEN JUICE FOR THE SOUL, an EMOTIONAL SUPER FOOD that if consumed regularly has the power …

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I Don’t Define Myself As A “Widow”

After losing her soul mate and the father of her two children four years ago, Eliza is embracing each day and the chaos which is motherhood and life…  I am now living one of those stories everyone hears about but thinks it will never happen to them. I am that …

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Birth: It’s Okay If Yours Sucked

Words: Leah McClelland I was at a party recently and was pulled over to a group of women,” just dying to know my birth story!” All I could manage, nearly twelve months on from the experience, was, “Pretty full on …but what an amazing outcome at the end!” Cue the gushing …