Having a chronic illness is hard, it's hard work, it's hard on the bank account, it's hard on your friends and family and most of all it's hard on your physical and mental well being. Throw into the mix being a parent and all this gets magnified because now you are responsible for another little human being.
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.
Hysterectomy is not a cure for Endometriosis yet so many women are led to believe that it is. Unfortunately media and many medical practitioners still believe this outdated theory (along with many other myths).
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.
Ever wondered what is is like to live a day in the life of a chronic pain sufferer? Here's a 24 hour snap shot of what a bad day looked like for Endometriosis and chronic back pain sufferer and Whoa Mumma creator, Teena Hantke.
How to find your tribe of mummy friends and be your authentic self
This post originally appeared on http://www.survivestrivethrive.com Is creativity as important to your health as a balanced diet & regular exercise? Only a few short decades ago, most people would have scoffed at a link between creativity & health. Today, it is widely accepted that the arts & more importantly, being creative can improve your health. …
This post originally appeared on mydeal.com.au There’s more to mummy blogging than meets the eye. It’s much more than reviewing the latest baby equipment or recommending a favourite pram. Mummy bloggers are just like other parents; they work hard and parent hard 24/7. So what’s it really like to be a mummy blogger? We spoke with 6 Aussie mummy …