It Can Be Totally Overwhelming.   There are things you may be feeling, that no one is really talking about.  I wanted to delve into some of that just because it is really nice to know that you are not alone.  That it is normal.  That it will pass.   I try really hard to ...

Spoiler alert: when you have had your baby, you will still look like you are about six months pregnant, which isn’t ideal when the woman in the cornershop says to you, on one of your first outings with your newborn, “And another one on the way, so soon?”…   Yes, that actually happened to one ...

Ahh, motherhood. From the early months of persistent and violent sickness and weeble-like waddling  to my robust and beautiful little ladies getting set for school, this roller coaster ride shows no signs of abating.   My amazing twins, Eva and Mia, are the gifts I never thought I would see. Living with endometriosis since the ...

As I sit here absolutely comatose with jet lag – I am filled with vivid memories of the months after giving birth and the feeling of such immense exhaustion that another step felt almost impossible.   Prior to having children, my habit was 8-9 hours a night.  I have always been a prolific sleeper, a ...

Ever since getting a juicer, I’ve noticed a few things. I feel more alive. I have more energy. My skin is brighter. I don’t get colds. In short, I LOVE JUICING. For me, juice isn’t a replacement for meals, but rather an addition to them. I go heavy on veggies and lighter on fruits to ...

How do you know when to go back to work after your maternity leave? Well, your employer will usually tell you, but you may also start to feel like you’re missing the office a bit, too! You organise your child’s meals using a spread sheet because you think it might be ‘fun’. You start emailing ...