Hurdling Through Motherhood



Being a mother is responsibility that is never ending.
I still call my mother on a daily basis.  Sometimes I want something specific from her…but usually I simply want to talk to her.  She’s my mom.
I know it sounds obvious that our babies are forever.
But what isn’t obvious is how unprepared we are for what might be considered our life’s work.

Unlikes other aspects of our lives, we often can’t even articulate why we want to be mothers.
I wanted to study nursing because it interested read more

FREE Birth Debrief



For all of you who are pregnant and are thinking about empowering yourself with a Hypnobirthing Australia course, I have big news!

In 2017 I am offering a FREE birth debrief with every Hypnobirthing Australia class.

In this session we will talk about your birth experience, you will have the opportunity to share the good, the bad, the beautiful, and the ugly.  I will help guide your physical and emotional recovery, allowing you to process and to celebrate your birth.
You will also read more

What do you do all day?



I remember how I felt when Charlie was a newborn.
At the time, my husband had a demanding job.  A few hours after Charlie was born, he went back to working twelve hour days, six days a week.
I acutely felt that it was just the two of us.
Me and my baby.
All day.
Every day.
I remember desperately wanting someone to talk to…someone I could share the details of my day with.
I would look forward to the front gate creaking open, signalling the return of my husband.
I would read more

The Chalkboard Method for Mothers

“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” Annie Dillard
A while back, I listened to the Being Boss Podcast episode where they explained The Chalkboard Method of goal setting.
As someone who likes vision boards and physically mapping out ideas, I thought The Chalkboard Method sounded like a brilliant way to keep track of to dos, set goals, and attract clients.
I have only been using it for a few months but already I can see that it allows me to establish big goals, to break those long term read more

Happy. Thank You. More Please.

Happy Thank You More Please


Gratitude is one of those concepts that I think is (unfortunately) beginning to feel overdone.
Like meditation.
And self care.
And eating sugar free.

At some point, these approaches that are meant to inspire self improvement, feel tedious.
They become simply another thing to add to your to do list: meal planning, grocery shopping, make dentist appointment, practice gratitude.
I think it starts to feel forced.  You start to censor your gratitude, naming aspects of your read more