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Working From Home Tips To Have You Feeling Inspired

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor Anyone else guilty of working from their bed, or reclining on the couch with their laptop resting on their legs? Glad it’s not just me then. While I am comfy AF, it’s not exactly the ideal working space, plus it makes it way too …

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3 Simple Steps to Declutter Your Mind

By Jo Burgess A cluttered mind makes you unproductive, indecisive and stuck in your own way. Getting rid of mental clutter is just as important as culling physical clutter, as it gives you the freedom to focus and make way for more important things. I’ve compiled a simple three-step process to …

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Sally Pearson: How To Be A Healthy And Happy Mum

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor Sally Pearson is beaming. And for good reason. With her beautiful baby, Ruby, recently turning one, Sally officially survived the first year of motherhood [well done, lady!] and she’s just wrapped up a cool commentating gig at the Tokyo Olympics [yewww]. So now she’s back …

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4 Ways To Look After Your Mental Health In Lockdown

By Nicole Fuge, MD® Managing Editor Whether you’re a stay-at-home mum, have found yourself working from home, have tiny bebes, or have a tribe of school-aged kids – COVID-19 has changed our lives whether we like it or not, and being in and out of lockdowns is testing our limits. So …

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5 Tips For Talking Up Your Career Achievements

by Haylee Hackenberg I’m a writer, and a good portion of my work is taken up by resume and career advancement related writing and coaching. My job allows me to speak to some really incredible people, many of whom are women. In fact, “incredible” doesn’t quite cover it. I’m talking human …

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How To Not Lose Yourself When You Become A Mother

By Mama Disrupt® Editor-In-Chief Jessica Jane Sammut When we become mothers, we look to our own mothers, to our husbands, to our friends, to our peers, to our elders, to the media, to the world, to see what we should be doing and how we should be doing it ‘right’. But what …

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How to Lean In to Your Own Power

By Cassie Mendoza-Jones, excerpt from Aligned & Unstoppable Are you ready to own what you do? Are you ready to acknowledge how far you’ve come (even if you think you still have places to go), and own where you are, today? Are you ready to claim all the experience you’ve already lived, all …

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5 Ways to Talk Yourself Up and Not Sound Like a D*ckhead

By Haylee Hackenberg I’m a writer, and a good portion of my work is taken up by resume and career advancement related writing and coaching. My job allows me to speak to some fierce AF women – I’m talking human rights advocates, extraordinary women who have dedicated their careers to the …

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How Being a Mum Made Me Better At My Job

By Khara Williams, director of relationships, businesswoman and mama We’ve come so far in the workplace gender-equality debate, but there’s still a long way to go. One of my pet peeves is the prevailing sentiment that having kids automatically means you’ll work less, and have less efficacy, than your non-parent or …