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I've lived with anxiety for as long as I can remember;
long before I even knew the word for it. It got to a point where I knew I had to 'do something' more recently. That something was cutting out caffeine. Look, it helped enormously. But I needed to rebuild my toolkit.
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Whether you're a first-time mum or a seasoned pro, breast health is one of the most important topics you should be across, regardless of whether you intend to breastfeed or not.
It did not sit right with me to “sleep train” my children and I realised that others must feel this way too. The drive behind what I do now is to give that support and hopefully ensure my clients feel at ease and empowered about their children’s sleep to make realistic and gentle tweaks to their daily routines to achieve this.
Let me ask you... can you sit with your feelings? Those big, horrible, uncomfortable and loud feelings? It's difficult to sit with these as adults, we just want them to go away. So when our children express their big feelings like this, we want to it to go away for them as well.
If I'd have asked you what your version of motherhood would be like before your children arrived, what would you have come up with?
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A new community is now available!
Looking after your new babe can be very difficult physically on our bodies, not just from the act of bringing our babies into the world, but from caring for them throughout our day. Our bodies must adapt to this new routine and it often takes its toll on our necks, shoulders, hips and core.
If you've been wondering about this resource, this is the blog for you.
How did that happen?!
In this post, I'm keen to share what I've been up to.
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Getting out of the door in the morning with small children can be difficult.
I see you.
Even if the morning is a well oiled machine, I’m still rushing.