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We don't get mad, we get PERFECT

we don't get mad we get perfect

As this Amy Taylor-Kabbaz quote summarises perfectly...

“We don’t get mad, we get PERFECT.” 

What do you reckon?  Can you relate?  (...do pop your thoughts in the comments, I'd love to hear from you).


You're not the only one experiencing an uphill-battle balancing family-life with your passions and/or career.

The juggle is a struggle, and it's exacerbated by the pressures and expectations set upon you.  Expectations from society around us and set from within. 

Through no fault of your own…

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Busy Mums: 5 Tips for MAKING CHANGE

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Tell me... Do you have a goal?  A Vision?  An Aspiration?  Dream or Wish...?

Maybe you haven't had chance to think about it lately?!  Or maybe, it's sitting on the back-burner, waiting for a moment?!  but when will that 'moment' be?  What are you waiting for?  For more childcare?  Your kid to go back to school?  Your energy levels to come back?  For you to grow 5 years older??

So many of the mums I work with tell me this too.    They feel lost, lethargic, longing for something to reignite their sp…

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The blog I wish EVERY Mum would read...

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(...They say if you want to capture more attention, to post alongside a baby or pup picture!  So here we are! 😂)

The Blog I Wish EVERY Mum Would Read!
I am more than JUST a Mum. Eeeeek, I just said it.  "I am more than just a mum". 

It's almost like they don't want to entertain that a mother could ever wish for anything additional to her healthy, happy child.

Or that she shouldn't have any other dreams or aspirations following her ~30 years leading up to motherhood.  What?  You're telling me that …

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Why I was crying in my Mum's kitchen...

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4 years into motherhood, I was unraveling in the melting pot of motherhood;  holding a lot of tension and resentment, blaming myself...

-  Blaming myself for not loving every moment. 

-  Blaming myself for not feeling like 'I was good at' being Mum.

-  Blaming myself that motherhood didn't always seem to come naturally to me.

-  Blaming myself that I craved a career and aspired to do more with my days. 

I felt I'd lost parts of me and was somewhat grieving how I used to feel inside.


Thoughts like this…

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