When we let our bad moments turn into bad days, we’re putting emotional blinkers on. We’re not just focusing on the negative, we’re manifesting it. Doing so makes us miss out on a hell of a lot of joyful moments.
The sentiment of gift giving and the element of surprise is especially important when it comes to gifts exchanged between partners. Do you feel the same?
We all tell our loved ones that they’re worthy of self-care and a whole range of other amazing things. We tell them that because it’s true. Surely, we should extend the same truth to ourselves.
You need to be honest with yourself, your partner and your child about what being a 'good' mum looks like to you. Are you open to change and willing to take action?
There are so many benefits to our children when we apologise to them. By the same token, there are consequences when we don't...
All mums have a tendency to compare themselves to others. But comparison really is the thief of joy. Have you paid attention to the things that make YOU great?
Would anything change if you intentionally looked at the world through the eyes of your child? The number of toys you purchase? The way you play perhaps?
It wasn't until I became a mum that I understood the need for mums to connect with other mums, even ones they've never met and never will meet. Was this the same for you?
When you’re beating yourself up as a mum, don’t turn to the world to give you feedback – the world is not a position to do so. Look to your child instead. They’ll show you and tell you what you…
I want to raise my children to know that they're surrounded by people that love them n different ways and not in terms of "more" or "less."