Monthly Archives: April 2018

1 in 5

1 in 5 women will suffer from a maternal mental health disorder like postpartum depression. That is a lot of women struggling in silence. It’s Maternal Mental Health Week, and it’s so important they are heard. It’s important to realize, … Continue reading

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A series of small things

And it really is the small things. Earth Day is a call to action, but it’s what we do every day that makes the impact. Ditch the plastic (bags/bottles/excess packaging) for good. Turn off the water when you brush/suds/shave. Eat … Continue reading

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Fresh start

  Feeling especially grateful for a fresh start this morning (even if it does involve a fresh layer of April snow). Yesterday was one of my most challenging days yet as a parent. I know, I know – I’m not … Continue reading

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The morning after

The morning after holidays can be rough – like a hangover, but for guilt and judgement: “I ate too much (fill in the blank).” “I’m a disgusting pig for eating my kid’s candy.” “Diet starts today!” And so goes the … Continue reading

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