Month: May 2018

Stay professionally fit on maternity leave

Maternity leave and more specifically taking care of a newborn transports us far far away from the world we once knew. Sleepless nights, never-ending feeding sessions and the deep immersion into the world of new mommyhood quickly severs us from the reality we once lived. Yet, too often, we expect to bounce back to the […] Read more…

5 working mom hacks to prevent decision fatigue

Decision fatigue: weariness from mental exertion in making too many decisions. A result of the 35,000 conscious decisions we make every day. Or so says the internet. I had no luck finding the source for this stat, so this number may not be based on any factual evidence. No matter, because it’s pretty safe to […] Read more…

10 natural ways to de-stress during pregnancy

Pregnancy, all on its own, can be stressful. We feel it in our bodies as it changes to accommodate a new life. The stress also weighs on us emotionally and mentally, too. When we add other factors from our life – even the very best things like other children, family and friends, as well as […] Read more…

5 ways to financially plan for baby’s arrival

Having a baby is expensive. There are plenty of estimates of the additional expenses babies bring to families per year. In one study, families would spend an additional $12,000 in baby’s first year. Another put that figure closer to $15,000. These numbers don’t include any medical costs you may be responsible to cover. And, I […] Read more…