One Wild & Precious Life; My Motherhood Journey by Lucy Cronly

One Wild and Precious Life; My Motherhood Journey

This might sound a bit nutty but motherhood came as a complete shock and surprise to me. I found myself unexpectedly pregnant at 29. I was with my husband for a number of  years and married for two but somehow the discussion of children hadn’t been a part of our relationship. Announcing the pregnancy to my mother-in-law was met with “this is wonderful I have been saying novenas for this to happen!”  

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Align Your Self Care with the Moon

The moon is a guide for all of us. She can teach us many things about ourselves, if we are willing to take the time to look within and to observe her cycles. 

Like life, the moon cycles through phases of abundance and outwardness, then to periods of more internalization and rest. If we tune into what the moon is doing…

Embrace Radiant Winter Skin with these Essential Skincare Tips

Embrace Radiant Winter Skin with These Essential Skincare Tips

As winter arrives, so does the need to adjust our skincare routines to combat the harsh effects of cold weather.

The drop in temperature and humidity can leave our skin feeling dry, dull, and in need of some extra TLC. Let’s explore some key winter skincare tips, focusing on the benefits of incorporating hyaluronic acid, a gentle cleanser, a high broad-spectrum SPF, and a trusty lip balm into your daily routine.

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Period parenting: how your menstrual cycle can help you ‘mum’ better

For many of us, we don’t give much thought to our menstrual cycles apart from once a month when our period rolls around. This changes slightly when we start trying to conceive, and suddenly we become masters of noticing every little sign of ovulation. But then, once we’re in the thick of the parenting trenches, attention to our body and all its hormonal fluctuations falls by the wayside as our priorities shift to the kids. Honestly, some days it feels like a triumph just to have a shower or finish your coffee when it’s still lukewarm. Knowing when you ovulate is probably the very last thing on your mind.

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Connecting to Soul & Following Your Passions

One of the things I have discovered in my own self-development journey and through the various evolutions of my business in the last fifteen years is that only I hold the answers. Only I can do my healing and do the work that I need to do. This doesn’t mean that I don’t need the help of others at times, it just means that I need to listen within.

Living with Endometriosis: My Struggle with Chronic Pain Blog

Living with Endometriosis: My Struggle with Chronic Pain

Endometriosis is a chronic condition that affects millions of people around the world, including myself. It’s a disorder in which the tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus grows outside of it, causing pain, inflammation, and other symptoms. This condition affects every aspect of my life, and I want to share my story to raise awareness and help others who may be going through a similar struggle.

Effective tips for mums to take control of their finances: Money management and budgeting strategies blog by Louisa Wilcox for The Mumpeneur Diaries

Effective tips for mums to take control of their finances:

Money management and budgeting strategies. Money seems quite complicated and daunting at times. It’s very much a word we deem as ‘dirty,’ we don’t like to talk about it and we most certainly do not like to discuss it. Well, I am here to change that! Money should be discussed as easily as the weather. …

Why Food is the Ultimate Form of Selfcare

Why Food is the Ultimate Form of Self Care

As mums, it is easy to put ourselves last. We place importance on looking after almost everybody else, our spouse, partner, kids, pets, other family members and friends, and end up forgetting to look after ourselves. 

When our proverbial cup starts getting really low, we turn to self-care to fill it back up.