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6 #mumhacks To Boost Your Kids’ Immunity

By Jessica Jane Sammut, MD® Editor-in-chief This time of year I’m always wanting to give my two boys a much-needed wellness boost, especially as my baby-daddy is a pharmacist, he’s always banging on about cold and flu season. By this point of the year, the whole fam is usually drained and tired …

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Nourish: Pesto, Sweet Potato + Egg Salad Recipe

By Chevaune Hindley Mama muse and celeb chef, Zoe-Bingley Pullin, believes sticking to a healthy diet and exercise regime is what helps keep her mental health in check. And now she’s helping other busy mums feel the benefit of a wellness boost with the launch of the 4 Week Body …

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Done Is Better Than Perfect

By Cassie Mendoza-Jones, excerpt from Aligned & Unstoppable I was six weeks pregnant, and feeling it. My mood was low, my mind was distracted, my brain was foggy and my body felt like it was filled with mud. I was on my way into the city to give a corporate presentation to a …

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6 Ways to Help Your Bae Learn Through Play

By Professor Julie Green, Executive Director at raisingchildren.net.au Play is an important part of a child’s development in the first 1000 days of their life, and sets the foundations for lifelong health and wellbeing. Until your bambino is two years old, play is the main way they learn – it …

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The power of morning rituals and why you need one

By Jessica Schembri There are many things you can do to shift your energy in the morning, one of those things is to start a morning ritual. Once you stop negotiating with yourself and start showing up for yourself you are telling the universe, ‘I’ve got this’ and ‘You can give me more’, …

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6 top tips for a busy mama’s lunchbox

By Chevaune Hindley As a busy working mama, Zoe Bingley-Pullin knows how important a healthy diet and exercise regime is to keep her mental health in check (which has never been more important than these past few months in iso!) and she even schedules exercise sessions into her diary like …

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The 5 mistakes baby-daddies make in the delivery room

By Lucy Bloom With current hospital regulations limiting women in labour to only ONE support person, the pressure is on fathers more than ever before, to be a stellar childbirth support person. But there is more to supporting a woman through the birth of a baby than showing up and taking photos at …

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How to keep the kids out of your hair for an hour

By Natalie Bascur Having your kids home with you all day, every day, trying to keep them and yourself sane while in iso has become the new norm for many of us. But it has not been easy, and for some of us, we’re still in homeschool mode for a few …

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Seeking happiness? Try mindfulness

By Annika Rose We live in an age of busyness and often deal with it by spending our time on autopilot. According to both research and common sense, this can affect our level of happiness. In fact, it is thought to make us rather unhappy versions of who we could potentially be. So, how can we …