Women’s Health and TCM expert, Josie Bouchier, shares 5 self-care tips for the New Year.
We talk to women who are redefining what it means to be a modern mother.
Our Mamas are inspirational, entrepreneurial, savvy, stylish and candid about the trials and tribulations that motherhood often presents
For fashion illustrator Megan Hess, “Success is waking up and being excited about what you’re going to do that day,” which might include sketching for Dior, Vogue, Prada or Tiffany & Co., working on her newest children’s book, and, of course, being a mama to her two children.
Sophie Brickman conducted more than 200 interviews in her quest to discover the impact of technology on modern-day parenting. She discusses takeaways from her groundbreaking book, Baby Unplugged, how she managed to complete it while pregnant with her second child, and why her own mother is her go-to person when it comes to parenting advice.
Psychologist, Dr. Juli Fraga, talks about the rise of competitive moms and the resulting effects on maternal mental health
For Ali Roth, owner of Blue Willow Tea in Berkeley, California, “there is an intimate connection that is achieved when sharing tea; just as the leaves open and reveal their inner truths, so do we.”
With a name like Summer Land, it’s no wonder the author and mother of two didn’t want to change her name when she got married. Here to discuss why she also made sure her children (and dog) got her surname, Summer shares the series of events that lead to her husband accepting and celebrating her choices.
Who doesn’t want parenting to be easier? These clever tricks will have you kicking back with a cup of tea in no time…
Because this mama juggles three young kids (including twins) and a career, she gets asked that question all the time. Here’s the truth behind the facade…
Author, communications director, former dancer and model Marisa Howard discusses her delightful Sissies Adventures board books and what it’s like to balance writing, parenting and working in the family business.
The transition into motherhood can be breathtaking, confusing and grueling all at once. The concept of matrescence teaches us that these conflicting emotions don’t make us bad mothers, they make us human…