Boundary setting is an amazing practice in self-care and overall confidence. One day on your self-work journey, you will take a step back to reflect on the progress you’ve made you will be so proud. It’s a crucial step in executing a boundary that we celebrate the little wins along the way, to acknowledge the need for the work we are doing and for the work we have so far done.
"who the f*ck am I?" a question most mothers are confronted with at some stage before, during & after the birthing journey. the raw vulnerabilities that new mums face are not spoken about near enough, our dear friend Llani knows the feeling all too well & we were lucky enough to house her real, honest story on our blog.
The day our studio turned pink via activewear, balloons, cupcakes and polaroid cameras, was all for a cause we hold incredibly close to our hearts. The #MoveForLex campaign inspires us all to get out, get moving, and do it for those who can't. Read on to find out how you can help contribute to this incredible cause.
The realest birthing story you ever did read. Written by our dear friend Llani Hill. Because the truth is, giving birth is f*cking hard even when you're 24, fit and as mentally prepared as possible. Not everyone will receive their Kourtney Kardashian moment, and this needs to be brought to more of our attention.
We’ve all become a little too familiar with the word lockdown at some point – it’s a frustrating time and can seriously impact our mental health. In light of the latest lockdown here in Australia and other parts of the world, I have listed five self-care practices you can do at home (tried and tested)