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11 signs you might have PND

By Cheryl Fingleson Adjusting to parenthood is tough going and it’s natural for parents – both mums and dads – to feel overwhelmed by their new normal. But when the baby blues last longer than a few weeks or so, it’s important to consider whether post-natal depression or anxiety has …

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The secret to 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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How to not want to murder your baby-daddy

By Amelia Phillips Relationships are tough at the best of times… then throw in a kid or two (or more!) and many a couple have crumbled under the load. So how can you keep the love ALIVE when you have bambinos? I asked clinical psychologist and relationship expert Jacqui Manning, …

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Tips for travelling with kids and not losing your sh*t

By Natalie Bascur The Summer holidays can be met with anticipation and excitement, THEN followed by anxiety and impending dread for those peeps prepping to travel with their bambinos. As much fun as it is to take your kids to visit family, head interstate or overseas for a tropical vacay, …

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How to be spontaneous when you have a baby

By Natalie Bascur Being spontaneous when you have a baby? Bahahaha! When you’re in the throes of mamahood (especially in those early months), you probs feel like you’re always missing out on having fun, especially when childless friends text you to catch up last minute at a cocktail bar or …

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How to throw an epic DIY birthday bash for your kid

By Natalie Bascur There comes a time in every woman’s life, when invites flooding your inbox are no longer for R ‘n’ B Friday night parties, instead they’re for Sunday afternoon kids’ parties. Scrolling through the ‘gram and you’ll see that birthday bashes have changed over the years – pass the …

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5 surprising benefits of being busy

By Jo Burgess While you may associate “being busy” with feeling frantic, exhausted AF or overwhelmed, there are many surprising benefits that come with keeping busy, too! However, there’s a fine line between “calm and organised busy” versus the frantic, “I-left-my-wallet-in-the-fridge” kinda busy! 5 surprising benefits of being busy 1 …

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The shock of new mum loneliness (and how to ease it)

By Dr Nicole Highet The loneliness of new motherhood can come as a BIG shock. For most mamas, it hits after the flood of visitors have been and gone, partners have gone back to work (often too soon), and life has become a cycle of feeds, nappies and sleep (and …