Motherhood Identity

Having trouble remembering when you weren’t “mummy,” or “honey"? Maybe it’s time to recapture some of your past.

A lot of motherhood stress comes from feeling that you’re no longer your own person. All your time and energy is put into your family’s needs and desires, and you lose sight of your own individuality. It’s a common trap for mums, but not a necessary one.

If you loved to paint before you had kids, then what’s stopping you now? Take time out during the day for art. If you have kids in the house, you can paint while they colour. Maybe singing was your thing. If so, then dust off your guitar and have a family sing-a-long.

Being a responsible adult doesn’t mean you have to put away your own hobbies and interests. In fact, it’s good for kids to see mum in her element.

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“Once upon a time, in a land far, far away…” What kid doesn’t light up at the sound of those simple words?

The best way to stay fit is to make health a “family affair.”

There’s more to life than being efficient and productive. Especially when you have kids in the house.

Breaking a bad habit begins by recognising that you have a bad habit worth breaking!

There’s no easy road to being a better person. But there are simple things you can do to live a better life. Here are four steps to get you started. 

There’s a big difference between enjoying a good program and simply watching TV.

Okay parents; time to get out your pencil and paper! Here come five concrete things you can do to raise a winner.

Kids are quick to pick up on their parents’ attitude toward money. That’s why it’s so important to set a healthy example when it comes to spending.

If you have a teenager at home, they're quite possibly up until midnight talking to friends on facebook and snapchat. If so, they probably struggle to get out of bed in the morning.

Some couples say they can’t seem to agree on anything, when in truth, the arguments they have are just recurring ones.

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