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The 7 Signs of Mama Burnout

No longer a thing exclusively for the corporate world, mama burnout is on the rise.
But what are the signs, and what can you do to bring some calm back to your world?

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When The Mental Load Becomes Too Heavy

By Nicola Appleton Nope, you’re not imagining it. There’s a gender gap existing right in the heart of your home – and it’s called the mental load. It’s a term that’s gained a lot of traction in recent years and describes all the behind-the-scenes tasks – big or small – that …

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Guest Editor Revie Jane: From Breakdown To Breakthrough

By Revie Jane Motherhood: it’s been one of the most profound and joyful experiences of my life but, like many, it has come with challenges and uncertainty. From the start, I felt enormous pressure to meet not only my own expectations of what it means to be a good mum, …

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3 Ways To Beat Mum Guilt

By Lizzie O’Halloran Mama guilt can wreak havoc on self-esteem and the ability to enjoy motherhood. So every time you feel bad, ask yourself these three questions. + IS IT BEST FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY? If it’s for the sake of your own sanity, it’s the right decision. For …

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8 Simple Steps To Happiness

By Dr Samantha Clarke (PhD) Motherhood is incredible but all consuming, and often we put ourselves last, with our own health shoved to the back of the queue. Enter one frazzled mama. If you are feeling tired and overwhelmed, chances are you have neglected yourself. But the good news is, it’s never …

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Eat These 5 Foods When Breastfeeding Hunger Strikes

By Steph Wearne, Head of Nutrition at 28 by Sam Wood Breastfeeding mamas, we’ve all been there… tearing through the pantry in the middle of the night looking for something to eat while up for the umpteenth feed. But instead of raiding your cookie stash (we know you’ve got one), …

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The Secret Self-Care Hack For Breastfeeding Mamas

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor Breastfeeding is often depicted as one of the most beautiful experiences a mum and bub can go through – there’s the bonding and the nourishing of your little bebe, and the long gazes into each other’s eyes. But not everyone has that experience, and …

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5 Easy Ways to Practise Self-Care Daily

By Jessica Hoskins  I spend a lot of my time working with mothers from around the world, and one of the common themes for most women is difficulty in putting their own health and wellbeing first. For many, it feels too time consuming and complicated. But the truth is that some of the most …