Being a first time mum is super exciting, scary, nerve wracking and literally every other emotion you can think of rolled up into one tiny little ball. But for me and many others it can also be one big emotional ball of guilt because you know the perfect life you’re creating/created is missing something really… Continue reading Being a first time mum without a mum
14 years old and there I was, doing ordinary 14 year old things. Acting older than I am, thinking I’m older than I am when suddenly the most life shattering thing happened before my eyes and there was not one single thing I could do to stop it. I went from being a normal 14… Continue reading Young dumb and losing mum
Anxiety really is a bitch isn’t it. As if life isn’t hard enough already. Anxiety is like an annoying little creature sat on your shoulder trying to dictate to you what you can and can’t do, what you should be feeling, how you should react to certain situations and just generally a pain in the… Continue reading Why does anxiety feel the need to stop you at every angle
Being a mum is hard, being a stay at home mum is hard, being a part time working mum is hard and I can imagine being a full time working mum being extremely hard! See the thing is no matter what we do in terms of work we will be judged, if we go back… Continue reading The reality of a part time working mum
More often than not you hear people talking about mums who choose to stay at home being slated for being ‘lazy’ or not wanting to provide for their families, but in reality can you blame them? Some mums enjoy going back to work just for a few hours of sanity, some go just to afford… Continue reading Is being a working mum as empowering as it’s made out to be?
It’s easy as a mum to suddenly start losing your shit, you see how everyone else lives their life on a day to day basis and it looks so easy. You see all the exciting stuff people do with their kids each day or the amazing things they plan to do and you think to… Continue reading It’s impossible to be supermum everyday.
As a woman, a mum, we naturally make friends who are going through a similar situation. We make friends with other mums, and as mums we always certainly have one thing in common. Our beautiful babies. But almost every other mum you make friends with have another thing in common with you, they’re unhappy with… Continue reading Remember why we did this, remember why it’s worth it, remember you’re still beautiful