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Sleep tips for when daylight savings ends

By Cheryl Fingleson, from The Sleep Coach Want to ensure baby – and mama – have a smooth sleep transition when daylight savings ends? Um, yes please! Parenting, babies and sleep routines can be enough at the best of times, let alone throwing daylight savings in the mix. As the clocks …

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Get your glow on with Magdalena Roze’s secret scrub recipe

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor With all this cray cray sh*t going on, never has there been a more important time to make sure you’re looking after yourself! From sorting out your kids’ schooling, running around making sure you have enough fkn toilet paper and pasta, and setting yourself …

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3 simple steps to declutter your mind

By Jo Burgess A cluttered mind makes you unproductive, indecisive and stuck in your own way. Getting rid of mental clutter is just as important as culling physical clutter, as it gives you the freedom to focus and make way for more important things. I’ve compiled a simple three-step process to help you …

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How to give less of a sh*t about what others think

By Carlii Lyon I suddenly realised, at the age of 35, that certain forms of disapproval and rejection are healthy and if anything, a good sign of progress. I would even go as far as saying, if you have the approval of everyone around you, either you are playing too small, …

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6 best apps for a mama pick-me-up

It used to be that getting a mental-health pick- me-up relied solely upon squeezing in a therapy appointment, losing yourself in self-help books (who has the time?!) or finding some quiet time to meditate (ever tried to do that with a three-year-old hanging off you, demanding a choc-chip biccie?). Not …

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The ‘quick the bebe’s asleep’ workout

By Tiffiny Hall of TIFFXO.COM Got a cat-napper that gives you less than an hour to get anything done? My HIIT (High- Intensity Interval Training) workout means you can stay in shape when you have next-to-no time. All you need is a little floor space and your favourite playlist and …

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5 ways to a happy, healthy heart

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor Mamas have STRONG hearts, we go through a lot a lot of physical, mental and emotional sh*t in a day. And while we think about February as being the month of LOVE – giving out heart-shaped chocolates and cards on Valentine’s Day, February is …

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Buddhism for the crazy-busy mama

By Meshel Laurie “Have you ever heard of the Four Burners Theory? I heard it mentioned offhand in a podcast a couple of months ago, which made me think I must be the only person who doesn’t know about it. If you don’t either, then allow me to bring you …

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5 mindfulness tips for kids

Mindfulness is becoming an essential tool for happiness and wellbeing. Teaching our kids this essential skill is one of the best lessons we can share.

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6 easy AF ways to indulge in self-care

By Kristina Ioannou Ever heard of the saying you can’t pour from an empty cup? It’s true, mama bear. Rest and self-care are SO important. When you take time to replenish yourself, it allows you to serve others from the overflow. Here are a six holistic self-care practices to get …