This post may contain affiliate links, which allow this anxious mama to fund her tea-drinking habit, which as you’ll know, is rather serious. For my details click here I still remember my first panic attack. Like many people who experience them for…
This post has been in the “drafts” section of my brain for the better part of 6 months. Instagram and mental health, especially negative effects on mental health, go together like peanut butter and jam (jelly if you’re American). At…
We undertook The Organised Mum Method together, enjoying a sort of “gamified” cleaning experience.
Breastfeeding is one of those things I never really thought about doing. It was something “mums” did, yknow?
I will admit that most days it is a conscious choice I have to make between "me time" and household maintenance or ~life admin~.
Babies are very inexpensive creatures. Seeing as they're fairly immobile unless you have one that's particularly precocious, they're unlikely to head to the shops and rack up a CC bill buying a massage chair and Xbox one.
However, what was surprising was the ways in which my Postnatal anxiety manifested itself*, and how it was actually different from my Original™ flavoured anxiety
I remember the first day wearing them I would scurry to the bathroom every 40 minutes or so just to stare at my stain-free leggings.
It'd been 11 months since I'd had my hair 'done' when I saw a Facebook ad for Kahlia Forbes Salon. Having been pining after a copper balayage for what felt like a millennium, I decided to try out the salon.
When I was pregnant, the idea of parenting a child (let only a high spirited child) barely crossed my mind. My focus was solely in babyville. I was reading article upon article on the “must-haves” for 3-6-month-old brain development and…