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Mum Life — mental load

Stop. Revive. Survive.

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Stop. Revive. Survive.

Mother Lover and Pearl Skin & Beauty are combining forces to bring you an eventing of food, drinks and whining about mum life whilst we highlight the importance of self care for mental health and raise funds for PANDA.  6pm April 5th - Pearl Skin & Beauty Castlemaine - Drinks & nibbles provided - An opportunity to meet and socialize with other mothers from the community.- If you would like a treatment on the night, it’ll be $20 and you will have a choice of 4 treatments (we will announce them soon!) - 30% of the proceeds from all Mother...

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Round Two

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What is it with humans and multiple breeding? Who decided it was okay to go forth and have more than one child? Jesus was an only child (I had to Google that), I was an only child and I’m pretty sure there are a few others out there too. If you have three or more kids you're obviously high.Picture me, a 28 year old, vowing never to have children. I had better things to do, like party and spend my Sundays nursing bad hangovers and poor choices in party pashes on the dance floor.Meet Paul, a handsome younger fellow, sporting...

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The Mental Load

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Let me just rattle off an example of a day in the life of a mum. Well, me. This is a day in the life of me and I'm a stay at home mum so I'm just going to throw it out there and say that this could probably cover a lot of other mums (the ones I've spoken to, at least). My day starts when my baby wakes up, which is usually at the same time my partner gets up for work (6:15am) because my two-year-old comes into our bed every night so his alarm usually wakes her too....

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