It’s been an intense few weeks. If you or your partner are in an industry where you can work from home, you’re probably starting
In case you haven’t read enough about COVID-19 and anxiety today, here’s how I’m coping with health anxiety* as illustrated by the 5 Stages
In a land before baby, even before marriage, I didn’t worry about having too much clutter around. My living space
I don’t think I’ve ever met someone who didn’t want to figure out how to be more productive at home.
I will admit that most days it is a conscious choice I have to make between “me time” and household maintenance or ~life admin~.
I didn’t hear about the fourth trimester until I was an already 26-week pregnant mother to be.
When I say the word “mental cleanse” what do you think? Is it kale? Goop? Linen pants?
That’s what comes
I never thought I’d be a babywearer. When I was pregnant, babywearing was an activity I associated with the limber, vegan mums I met at yoga and as an egg eating, stiff bodied lass, I felt it was something that just wasn’t for me. Oh ho ho, how I was wrong.
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I still remember my first panic attack. Like many people who experience them for the first time, I was convinced that I was dying
We talked about how to deal with relationship anxiety a few posts ago and as promised, I’ve written a follow-up.(Yay for keeping promises!) This
I’m like 80,000% sure that at least one of my friends has Googled “gifts for people with anxiety” in relation to buying a gift
It took a long time for me to gather the nerve to write about the pregnancy anxiety I experienced. I didn’t know it had
I don’t often tell people that this mum blogs. And promoting it on my personal Facebook is like pulling teeth (thank goodness for Pinterest!)
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Honestly, me too.
So I thought I’d
This post has been in the “drafts” section of my brain for the better part of 6 months. Instagram and mental health, especially negative
We undertook The Organised Mum Method together, enjoying a sort of “gamified” cleaning experience.
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
It sounds sensationalist, or like I’m setting up a post to then rant about how mothers who make these statements should never become mothers