Inspirational blogposts on all things Mama Life and how to become more ethical in your mothering practices. From issues of identity, loneliness, matrescence and becoming a mother, stress and self care, to practical lifestyle, home, family and paid-work tips.
Discover the cause of hair loss after pregnancy, when you should be concerned and what natural treatments, nutrients and vitamins can help.
Find out how to source stylish and sustainable eco friendly maternity clothes to cover your pregnancy and beyond in the UK.
Get inspired by my list of eco-friendly Christmas gifts for babies, toddlers and adults. Ideas for everything from sustainable Christmas wrapping, eco-friendly, ethical and fairtrade home and beauty products, Christmas gifts for kids, sustainable Christmas packaging and more. It’s never been easier or more fun to give eco-friendly Christmas gifts and have a more sustainable festive season.
Discover Ecofeminist Mama’s top 15 tips for a more eco friendly Christmas and sustainable holiday season! Includes up to £50 off your UK gas and electricity bill!!
Think being a stay at home mum disempowers you as a woman? Think again! Learn why being the primary carer and a full-time mom could be the best decision you make and discover ten inspirational tips to help you thrive in your SAHM life, postpartum, baby blues and beyond.
Why is motherhood so lonely? Why do mums lose their identity? How do you deal with loneliness and find yourself again after motherhood? Understand why motherhood can be so lonely and learn what you can do to find your sense of belonging.
Learn about the important transition into motherhood known as ‘matrescence’. Understand what might come up for you during this extraordinary time and, most importantly, how you can not merely survive this huge shift in identity – you can truly thrive in it too. Matrescence is different from postpartum depression (PPD), postpartum anxiety (PPA) or the baby blues. It is a postpartum experience that new mums go through in the fourth trimester as they adjust to their new life as a mother.