Motherhood: a Fine Balance and Scoria World Review

  I’ve heard many times over the past few years that balance isn’t real or attainable in motherhood, that it is one of those words we throw around and say that we either have or don’t have. Well that may be true during some moments, motherhood throws things off for sure, and brings about immense … More Motherhood: a Fine Balance and Scoria World Review

Love Yourself Enough to Rest: How the flu forced me to establish Rest Routines

“If you get tired, learn to rest, not to quit.” —  Banksy “I think this might be the most tired I’ve ever been in my whole life,” I said as my hair dresser was blow-drying my hair and I slowly began to nod off in the chair. It was finally Friday and all I could … More Love Yourself Enough to Rest: How the flu forced me to establish Rest Routines

Celebrating the Local Village: The Bump to Baby Show

There’s something that happens when we come together and celebrate a common thread that unites us, when we build each other up and support one another, when our village grows so do we. Parenthood is one of the most chaotic, difficult, rewarding and wonderful transitions that happens in a lifetime and building a sense of … More Celebrating the Local Village: The Bump to Baby Show

Taking Care of Me in Motherhood: A Day of Wellness at Toronto Yoga Mamas

“It’s ok to be a mom and still take care of me; in fact, it’s more than necessary.” During a yoga class a few months ago at Toronto Yoga Mamas I mentioned to Jamie (founder and wellness director) that I had a pretty bad shoulder injury so I wouldn’t be able to take part in … More Taking Care of Me in Motherhood: A Day of Wellness at Toronto Yoga Mamas

Motherhood and the Art of Letting Go: Simplifying Kid’s Stuff – A Book Review

“No matter how much stuff you have in the world, there will never be an amount that is enough to fulfil you or your child. The truth is, the one thing children can’t get enough of is your love.” When you have the chance to see all of your stuff, everything you own in front … More Motherhood and the Art of Letting Go: Simplifying Kid’s Stuff – A Book Review