Tag Archive for: motherhood

Emmys Speech Highlights Motherhood as a Superpower

While pregnancy and motherhood have their challenges, this life-changing experience also brings out a unique strength in a woman.

What I’ve Learned About Surrender and Achievement in Motherhood

I passionately believed that you can create a life on your terms. Then I met Michael, my baby. And he didn’t want to sleep.

Know the Signs of Postnatal Depression

Postnatal depression or anxiety is a mental health condition that can begin within four weeks of having a baby, writes Michelle Nortje.

Finding Glimmers of Hope in the Trenches of Motherhood

Mirette Abraham’s new book offers wisdom and encouragement to mums, as one who’s ‘been there’ and made it to the other side.

Helen Smallbone, ‘Mum’ to 3 Grammy Winners – Releases Her Memoir

Helen tells her story of being Mum to seven creative children, including Grammy Award winning artists Rebecca St James and for KING & COUNTRY.

Australian Mums on Parenting Generational Alpha

One mum says that mothers today are often carrying 2-3 jobs as they juggle full time work, caring for the kids and home.

‘Lion’ Mother Sue Brierley Insists Mothering is a Role to Be Shared

Sue Brierley has used her own childhood to relate to the hardships faced by her sons, Saroo and Mantosh, and shares her story in ‘Lioness’.

7 Verses to Uplift a Mother’s Heart

To all the mumma’s out there, this is for you! A standing ovation of praise and gratitude for all your service and sacrifice.

To the Mum Who Thought She’d Be Better at Mothering

Take a deep breath and quit comparing…even to your own expectations! You don’t have to be flawless to be the mum that your children need.

How to Trust Your Motherly Intuition

How did Anna know what to do with her screaming baby? By trusting her motherly intuition – and with a little help from her Mamma!

Anxious Motherhood: My Ducks Were In A Row

I felt anxious, my identity slipping away. I was a do-er, I wasn’t someone who could sit on the couch, knowing dishes needed to be done.

The Rise of Smart Mummies

Since over two decades ago, there has been a steady rise in the number of mothers engaged in the workforce, up from 46% in 1996 to 53% in 2016.