What if you’re doing everything right—exercising, eating right, self-care and meditation—and you’re still not okay? After Kathleen Shannon gave birth to her son, she appeared to have it all together. But she just didn’t. Though she didn’t realize it at the time, Kathleen was suffering from postpartum depression.
How should you be eating when you start eating for two? How should you interpret the data you find on food that is nutritionally right for new moms? Lily Nichols shares her research, insight and personal experience on correctly feeding our hunger.
Danielle LaPorte shares her parenting and entrepreneurial journeys, explaining how the two paths coincide and develop together. She offers her insight on parenting, speaking to the phases, the physical exhaustion and the decisions of what to share (and not share) with your kids.
Women feel the constant pull of unspoken expectations: be the best wife, mom, employee, boss. Author of Drop The Ball, Tiffany Dufu, on telling ourselves a different story, starting at home.
The strive towards some sort of perfect work-life balance is a myth. Life is always changing, and our goals are often in tension with each other. Instead of some idealized “balance,” we strive to find the right fit for us as individuals, for this moment, for this season.
Courtney Skott is an award-winning, independent furniture and interior designer. She also wants to talk about blood: women have periods, they have miscarriages, and they have abortions. None of this should be shrouded in mystery or secrecy.