Self-care is super important and what that means for you is different from the next person, but how we talk to ourselves is equally as important, telling ourselves it’s ok to admit you are tired, it’s ok to be struggling and need a rest or break but that you can do this, you’ve got this, you just need to do it your way and it’s ok to say hey I need help.
Even though you cherish the day you became a parent, some days it’s harder than others. You’re tired of the kicking and screaming, the bargaining and bleating. You wish you could take a break. On those days it helps to hear you’re not alone. Read on to find out what other mums believe the hardest thing about parenting is.
How to find your tribe of mummy friends and be your authentic self
Does scrolling through the newsfeed of your social media account make you feel like you’re a hot mum mess?
We are constantly preaching the importance of Self-Care here at Whoa Mumma so when MyDeal.com.au also asked our advice on the topic we jumped at the opportunity to contribute. They gathered some great pieces of advice on the topic from a variety of sources, to read this piece called '5 Ways Mums Can Practice Self-Care'
Everyone deserves the chance to thrive and not just survive and not just live in a state of ‘existence’ regardless of whether you suffer from a chronic illness or pain. You may not be able to affect your illness or condition, but there are lots of things you can do to improve the quality of your life and get the most out of it by employing some simple changes.
Christmas can be one of the most joyous and happy times of the year, especially when you have children. The family traditions, the fun, colour, activities, delicious food and excitement of Santa coming and giving special gifts to those you love. But it can also be one of the hardest times of the year for those suffering from chronic health issue
Looking for something fun and special to do with the kids for Christmas that isn't completely exhausting?
What happens when that stoic suit of armour starts to get dented, kinked and doubt and fear begin to creep in?
The roadmap to parenthood is different for everyone but I am pretty sure most women would assume things happen in the natural way for them regardless of relationship status. But for many women the natural way is no longer an option when you have a disease that affects fertility. For me that disease was twofold, one was Endometriosis and the other Adenomyosis.