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CHANGE: 4 Small Ways to Live Sustainably Every Day

Despite being busy mamas, we all do our best to care for the wellbeing of the planet and live sustainably. But, as much as we dream of achieving a 100% sustainable existence, sometimes that is just waaaaay too hard. But chin up chicka! All the little things DO count. And instead …

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MOTHERHOOD: Why Mondays are the New Fridays

by Ellie Hirsch Mondays are officially the new Fridays. Yep, you heard it here, mama. Do you remember those days when you were young and had zero responsibility? You would look forward to Friday and savour every minute of your precious weekends – staying out late, sleeping in, relaxing, eating, socialising. You …

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RELAX: How to find the perfect read

By Natalie Bascur ‘The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.’ – Dr. Seuss (Can Read With My Eyes Shut!)    There’s nothing better than a good book (or a good magazine for that matter). How you’ll find …

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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: The journey of Mama Disrupt [Part 2]

[Have you read The Journey of Mama Disrupt [Part 1]? Check it out here.]   Mama’s guilt, parenting advice, judgement, fads, dos, don’ts , There’s a whole box of tricks out there that can make mamas feel bad. When I became a mother for the first time eight years ago, it was a …

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LIFE: The journey of Mama Disrupt [Part 1]

When I was a girl, I dreamed of having my own magazine. I even used to type out my own little stories on my old-school typewriter with a view to piecing them together one day. However, soon I was at uni, and suddenly I was a lawyer. My heart got …

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MOTHERHOOD: There Are No Heroes In Motherhood

Entertaining and the Early Days Around the time my eldest boy turned 3 months old, my husband decided it was essential that he invite his boss and 6 others over for a formal lunch. This made perfect sense. Our little boy cried for about 3 hours straight, twice a day, …