I am returning to work in a little over a month, after having a year of maternity leave. The guilt is very real, very upsetting, and very much being pushed aside.
Those who have kept up with my story on here and over on Facebook will know my beautiful little bub has always been a terrible sleeper. He would cat-nap during the day, and from about 3 months old he would wake every 30-90 minutes throughout the night for a feed. I also discovered at his…
The changes in your mental state during the first month are tiring, exciting, and frightening all at once.
Any parent will agree that sleep is a precious commodity, and sleep with a newborn is a downright luxury.
So I’m going to Uni this year and I’m freaking out, but I’m sure I’ll be fine…but maybe I won’t be…yea I’ll be fine…maybe
I forgot a lot of stuff about c-sections…this is some things I’ve remembered after having my second.
Sometimes I worry about my kids future…
I am currently teaching on contract with Education Queensland, not permanent, which makes maternity leave a stressful situation. Here is what you can do to make sure you can access the paid maternity leave through Ed QLD, even if you’re not permanent.
It’s no secret that pregnant women can go a bit crazy! I have learned to cope with these mood swings, and how I let them affect my day. Here are some tips to help you cope!
It’s no secret that pregnant women go through some pretty significant hormonal changes.