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Defining your Postpartum Village

As a new mother, it's easy to focus solely on your baby's needs, overlooking your own. But postpartum care is crucial for both your physical and mental well-being. This guide explores the concept of a postpartum "village" – a network of support systems that can help you navigate the challenges of new parenthood.

    How HORMONES impact your skin: diving into Dermal Prebiotics, Skin Health, and Stress

    The skin, often overlooked as an endocrine organ, plays a vital role in hormonal health. Discover how oxidative stress impacts health and skin, and the role of dermal prebiotics in maintaining balance.

      Losing Myself in (M)otherhood: a Journey to Reclaiming Me.

      In becoming a mother, I met another version of myself I never anticipated. The one who hit rock bottom, whose heart was heavy, and whose panic was relentless. I was a silhouette of my former self, a reflection of Other.

        Cyclical Living Journal Prompts: for when you're feeling low

         Journaling to embrace cyclical living and nourish the body’s natural rhythm: try these prompts when you are feeling low just after ovulation and nearing your period!

          Motherhood on Film

          Capturing some of the beauty and struggle alike, immerse yourself in our take on these quirky ruminations of Motherhood on film for a new perspective or nostalgic look back. 

            Is there a link between our emotions and fertility?

            Studies suggest there is a strong link between stress and our emotional state impacting our fertility. It is a complex relationship between both physical and emotional health.

              How You May Be Unconsciously Self-shaming

              It starts at a very young age, as girls we are taught to be secretive and silent about menstruation because it is a taboo. This taboo is reinforced, with 58% of women and more than half of teenage girls report experiencing period shame or embarrassment.