The road to recovery, and poetry, by Veronica Hosking.
I’ve made it one of my life’s missions to keep my kids active and eating healthy – yet somehow I often forget to do the same for myself. It can sometimes be hard to concentrate on yourself when so many other people and things depend on you.
Life coach and educator Diane Lang, MA with 12 tips for re-training your brain for the MamaBlogger365 project, coordinated by the Museum of Motherhood .
If my son is noticeably happier when he is doing something he is passionate about … maybe I am too?
**Warning: The post you are about to read contains graphic –meaning accurate – terminology regarding personal parts and ladybusiness, and I’ll tell you why: Because I teach my kids the correct names for their body parts. (Gasp! What the Holy Vajayjay am I thinking?!)
Monday, March 5 is a Day of Maternal Activism at M.O.M.! Join us for workshops, art, presentations and more. Call 212.452.9816 for more info.
MamaBlogger365 – Focus on What You Want Rather Than Your Fear By Julie Donley, RN ~ Success Expert & Author of Does Change Have To Be So H.A.R.D.?
Learn to beat back fear with Julie Donley, RN, for MamaBlogger365, a Mamapalooza project for the Museum of Motherhood.
Welcome back, Elena Skoko, writing for MamaBlogger365 on the happy hormones of pregnancy and impending motherhood. MamaBlogger365, a year-long Mamapalooza project in support of the Museum of Motherhood’s permanent home.
From sound to silence and back, with Shira Adler, Diva Mama, for MamaBlogger365, brought to you by Mamapalooza to support the Museum of Motherhood.
Are you a mom making changes to your life? Regular MamaBlogger365 Julie Donley, RN on how avoid a relapse; for the Museum of Motherhood.