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SHOP: Our Autumn issue is here!

And so she is HERE! Our beloved Autumn issue packed FULL of FIERCE MAMA GOODNESS is on stands across the nation, with none other than wild child to wonder mama, NICOLE RICHIE, as our cover girl! Grab your copy today and swoon over our stalking of baby daddy Ryan Gosling, …

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HEALTH: How to have the ultimate power nap

by Amy Ruddick Because you’re a busy mama, you need your power naps – not only to get through your daily to-do list, but because you deserve to feel good and enjoy the health and wellbeing that comes with getting some shut-eye, especially if you are up during the night with …

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LIFE: 11 sweet steps to adulting successfully

by Natalie Bascur ‘The secret to having it all, is knowing you already do.’ One of the most profound observations made about becoming an adult is the realisation that nobody really knows what they’re doing. Yep, we all look at friends who seemingly have the perfect job, the perfect kids and …

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MAMA SOUL: How to wake up inspired

by Natalie Bascur “There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” ~ William Shakespeare.   Inspiration. The word brings to mind Instagram ‘quotes of the day’ by fit girls in active wear. But what does it actually mean? Can you really wake up every morning so …

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MOTHERHOOD: How to survive a mama off day

by Sarah Lyons We do what we can to avoid it, but at some point, the inevitable will happen. Mama will be off her game. Enjoying a restful day in bed sleeping is not an option. What’s a modern mama to do? Here are some tips to help you survive …

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MOTHERHOOD: 4 simple steps to help kids face their fears

by Sarah Lyons As a child, we sometimes feel afraid. We call on our parents’ help when we are scared, nervous, or need help checking under the bed for monsters. It’s normal for children to have fears. Kids may have bad dreams, be frightened of the dark, or find certain …

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I Used To Be The Perfect Mum

I’d see children running wild in a cafe, and I’d say to my latte sipping friends “It’s all about expectations. As children, we were expected to behave in public, and so we did.” And my friends would nod in agreement. If a mother went back to work before their children …

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And I still have no idea what I’m doing

I cannot begin to describe what it felt like to meet my daughter for the first time. As I bluffed my way through the final stages of labour (was this pushing or was I just crying and gritting my teeth super tight to keep from swearing and making it look like I …