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P!NK is One Badass Mother

By Simone Lee Sitting in a military-green bomber jacket, Asian-inspired combats and a soaring rockabilly quaff, Pink – real name Alecia Beth Moore – gives the impression of a woman totally in command and control of all around her. Her booming cackle and extreme gestures give off the air of …

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7 Expert Wardrobe Organising Secrets You’ll Want to Steal

When it comes to amazing wardrobes, you’d be forgiven for thinking these are a fantasy – much like Carrie’s to-die-for closet from the Sex and the City movie. Think again. With a little styling and time putting a good organising system in place, you too can have a wardrobe that …

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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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The Badass Journey of Mama Disrupt®

By Jessica Jane Sammut, MD® Editor-in-Chief 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 11 years ago, it was a shock to the system. As an ambitious …

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Declutter Your Life in 7 Simple Steps

By Natalie Bascur We often think we need more material things to be happy – a better car, the latest iPhone or the newest trending fashions. However, it’s not true. When we become so swamped by all the things that we have, we are often unable to see what we actually need to …

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Ditch the Mama Guilt in 3 Steps

By Rebecca Hooton Before having her first child, Katie* was a human resources manager. She was organised and kicking goals in her career, and expected to do the same as a mother. “She was convinced that her baby had to stick to the routine in the parenting book she’d been …

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Parental Guilt – Why We Feel It and How To Overcome It

By Chrissie Davies There is no doubt that many modern-day parents’ pressures have led to an increase in parental guilt, and it is not showing signs of slowing down any time soon. But when you understand what children need to thrive, you start to realise that the guilt you feel serves no purpose. …