How to Live In Flow State: A Mother’s Guide to Wellbeing

By Aden Eyob Author of The Book On Mind Training The adage ‘A mother’s work is never done has been overused over the years as the basis for mothers neglecting self-care and boundaries. Furthermore, it validates the notion that a mother’s needs are not more important than her children and partner’s. Although the saying may…

Motherhood Is The Toughest Job But I Won’t Trade It For The World

By Nosheen What Motherhood Is For Me Motherhood is knowing joy, even while experiencing the hardest trials of life. Nothing else can produce the joy or broken heart that motherhood allows.  I couldn’t imagine going through life without feeling that spectrum of emotion. There are wonderful days when I feel my cup runneth over. There…

Instagra-mama | Mom’s Instagram Struggles

by Nikhe Instagra-mama Positives of Instagram for a mom like me I have a confession to make: I am having an Insta-dilemma;  In one way I love Instagram; there are many inspiring people, I find amazing things to do or places to go. I use it for activities, for recipes and for new idea’s for…

The Bittersweet Reality of Motherhood: How I Embraced it

By Karen Al Annan Why Motherhood Is Bittersweet : Identity Loss, Postpartum Depression & loving my babies in between Motherhood! Wow. One word, three syllables, infinite dimensions. My name is Karen Al Annan. I am a mom. I am a wife. I am a friend. I am a daughter. I am what feels like a…

Let’s Talk About Maternal Mental Health

By Dina Dimitriou Author & Mindful parent coach I went for a coffee with a mum-friend the other day. We were having fun; enjoying our breakfast, our kids were playing nicely and suddenly, she started crying. She needed to talk, share how she felt and thankfully she did! The motherhood struggles we all face but…

Teaching kids to accept diversity: Cultural Awareness

By Urooj Rehman  Why I’m concerned as a mother with dealing with cultural differences in today’s modern world My heart has been heavy recently. I’m noticing, and feeling, the weight of political and social events around me a lot more than I used to. I’m a mom of two girls, 3 and 8 months old,…

Losing Your Identity As A Mom & How To Get It Back

By Lucy Simona I Am a mom, I am a wife, I am a daughter, I am a friend.. who am I? Thoughts of a mom who had lost herself and found again I Miss being Me Believe me, I love being a mom more than anything else in this world, but I also miss…

Honest Journey Of Embracing Motherhood

Mourning The Old You By Char Mckenzie For the moms out there who were made for their new roles then this is most probably not for you but for the ones of us who spent the first few weeks, months, even years trying to find normality in our new lives, this one’s for you, actually…