There is a wealth of information available to prepare mums-to-be for their pregnancy and birthing experience. Unfortunately, many mums find themselves unprepared and uncertain in the time that follows.
My Special Guest today is the lovely Jen Butler host of The Early Parenting Podcast. She is a midwife, maternal child health nurse, sleep consultant, lactation consultant, and soon to be mum of three. I ask Jen to share her top tips for life with a newborn. Jen talks about preparing for new motherhood, setting up support structures with your tribe, and knowing when to ask for help. We talk about the uncertainty of this time and the mindsets that might lead you astray.
Sit back, unwind, and slow down as you listen to this episode.
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If you’re feeling overwhelmed, have a to do list as long as your arm or just craving a life of doing less, this episode is a must listen. Whether you’re pregnant, a new mama or finished having babies and in the thick of school run, play-dates and extracurricular activities, this episode is all about slowing down and tuning in to what you really want life to be about.
My special guest today is Rachelle Glendon, certified Life Coach from How to Live Slow. She joins me to talk about slow living, what it is and how we can implement the philosophy into our busy modern lives to live an intentional, fulfilled life.
Rachelle talks about ditching the hustle of modern life, learning how to say no and understanding what your priorities are so you can start shaping your life into something that’s enjoyable instead of stressful. We talk about the importance of rest and why it’s important for our whole...
There is so much knowledge available to us regarding pregnancy and babies that it can be overwhelming to sift through all the information. Although many things can be learned along the way, there are benefits to having some basic awareness and knowledge to help reduce anxiety and overwhelm in those early years.
Today I’m joined by Nikki Jurcutz, mama of two, former paramedic and co-founder of Tiny Hearts Education, a training organisation providing essential birth and first aid education to parents across Australia. Alongside her sister, Rach, Nikki’s work with Tiny Hearts helps empower mums and dads to face parenting without fear.
In this episode, Nikki and I discuss the benefits of baby first aid, safe sleeping and guidelines for the prevention of SIDS. Nikki also highlights the main things to be aware of when starting solids and what to look out for with regards to allergies and rashes.