#COOLTOY of the week- Play-Doh Kitchen Creations

With Play-Doh Kitchen Creations, the best ingredient of all is imagination! Now kids can feel like junior chefs with their very own Play-Doh stovetop set that really makes sizzling sounds as they pretend to cook. Hear the sizzle start up Read more…


#Cyberbullying

Let’s say as a mom you saw your child posting a hurtful comment on social media about another child in their school, or saw they were part of a conversation that is threatening another child, what would you do? I would immediately Read more…


Stop judging the way I raise my children

This weekend was my birthday. Slap bang on a Saturday with family coming over. Also, clever me decided to have the festivities start from 11:30am- round about the time the youngest goes down for a nap normally. By 12:30 Zoe Read more…


The rules that does not exist

You are allowed to break the rules Not the kind of rules about taxes and speed limits, but the ones that keep you from living a life of awesome. We are constantly bombarded with rules that don’t exist: You will Read more…


Some things never change

(There is no real point to this post- so be warned…) They (whoever they are) say that change is the only constant. I somehow have to disagree with that. As I am a creature of habit. Like a cat. I Read more…


#SettingBoundaries

Boundaries are more than just lines on a map or a line in the sand. In relationships, they are mandatory codes of conduct that need to be respected. It’s where we draw the line on what is acceptable behavior and Read more…


#openletter

Dear Heleen. You’ve Got This Listen, it’s clearly not easy figuring out who you are. It sucks. I know. It is hard. We have really been trying this past year, You still don’t know who you are, and probably won’t Read more…


Bye bye 2017

It was the year I tried my utmost to survive. It was the year I started my dream of being a birth doula in public health care. It was the year I fell down—in a way that wasn’t pretty or Read more…


Forgive yourself first for your wrong doings

We all make mistakes, no one is perfect. Sometimes we may say or do the wrong things and they may hurt others. However, when you have anxiety (like myself), making mistakes and dealing with the consequences is extremely mentally taxing. Read more…


It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it

As a society we put so much pressure on “Millennials” to choose a career and to design their life all in the most confusing times in their youth – right when they enter those critical years post-high school. Like many Read more…