New mums shouldn’t have to faint at Woolies to get help

Walking to Woolies in 38C degree heat with a newborn strapped to your chest, pushing an unweildly stroller heaving with an overtired toddler, should be avoided under normal circumstances, let alone weeks after an emergency cesarean. But dinner had to be cooked and the family car had been prioritised for breadwinning purposes. I remember finally […]

Mummy Burnout and How to Avoid It

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