Dear mummy, you are stronger than you know, and braver than you think

This pandemic has been super challenging for mothers. Overnight, many mums became breadwinners, solo carers, and teachers all at once. At the same time, they were stripped of the extra family, social and school support they relied on.

But as we mums look back over this time, we should realise something incredibly encouraging – we are stronger and braver than we thought we could ever have been!

When weariness weighs you down, who holds you up?

Once upon a time there was a battle. A fight which felt impossible to win. The leader of one side was known for his great exploits. His courage. His bravery. His boldness. His unwavering confidence in his God. But in this particular story, he is vulnerable, he is weary, and he is tired. A groupContinue reading “When weariness weighs you down, who holds you up?”

‘Good things come to those who…’ : 5 ways to live life to the full

life has lots of good things stored up for us. How do we make sure they come our way?

Coming out of lockdown: the power of pressing pause

Things now may feel completely out of our control. It’s a frightening place to be. But it’s also a place where we can take stock. Reflect. Determine to live a different way.

Glitter, Mud, and Wet Cement: the footprints we leave behind

‘Human hearts are like wet cement- how you treat them will leave a lasting impression.’

The anxious parent: How to stop catastrophizing under stress

Eden is such a random wee article. She’s always been one to keep us guessing. Yesterday, I caught her red-handed with a spoon and a jar of chocolate spread. Let’s just say that wasn’t much left to go round. I wasn’t really bothered- that’s normal kid behaviour right? I told her off, then smiled toContinue reading “The anxious parent: How to stop catastrophizing under stress”