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!”  

Embracing opportunities and living life to the fullest

Embracing Opportunities and Living Life to the Fullest

I’m a great believer in living life to the fullest and embracing every opportunity that comes your way. However, I didn’t always have this outlook on life. Only when I faced the biggest challenge of my life did I realise the power of the Universe and how important it is to be your most authentic …

Prioritising your own self-care

Prioritising Your Own Self-Care

As a mum, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of daily life, always putting our little ones first. From the chaotic mornings to the sleepless nights, being a mum is a beautiful yet demanding journey. The responsibilities that come with motherhood often leave little time for oneself but remember, taking care of yourself is just as important as caring for your family.

Empowering Mumpreneurs: Supercharge Your Business with ChatGPT

Empowering Mumpreneurs: Supercharge Your Business with ChatGPT

As a business owner, it’s imperative that you continue to learn and grow to supercharge your business. Using a platform such as ChatGPT can help you on this journey.

‘I’m not using AI!’ I always hear this when I’m out networking with other women in business. I get it; putting your trust in something you’ve spent years watching destroy the world is scary. Those dystopian films have a lot to answer for!

Blog 'how your menstrual cycle can help you "mum" better' by Nemt.

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.