Missed out on our first live? Tune into the full recording with key takeaways here! From postpartum nutrition to pelvic floor therapy and belly binding, Gigi dives into the 5 essential services for recovery & wellness.
Cynthia, an NYC wedding photographer, shares her story with heart in a two-part episode. Tune in for the discussion of her emotional fertility journey and the reflection and support that led to her recovery and return to self.
Shaniece is an imperfectly perfect Mother of Two, Wife, and Educator amongst many other titles. Hear her birth stories and how she took learnings from her first experience to strategize and advocate for herself the second time around.
We wrote this specifically for partners, family members, and besties of pregnant women. At the end of the day, you know her best - but if you're looking to brainstorm ideas on how to start supporting your pregnant loved one, here's our list!
Social support is not only beneficial to new mothers, but quite necessary. In this article, we discuss how a lack of appropriate social support can not only impact her sense of self, but also the relationship with her partner as well as her baby.
Moms may be the experts on everything, but Taylar Klecan is the expert on everything moms! In an interview with Taylar, she described how society often forgets about mom’s needs- and it’s about time we remember them. Learn more about what she does, and how she helps moms build the self-care "muscle" in their budding journey.
Breastfeeding is acknowledged and recommended by the World Health Organization as a way to nourish our little ones, but that hasn’t prevented the horrific instances of strangers shaming mothers who attempt to publicly breastfeed. It’s considered taboo, but why? Public breastfeeding is legally protected in all 50 states, and it’s about time that we normalize it.
Let’s face it -the state of the environment isn’t reflective of those currently living it, but those that came before it. Want to leave a great, beautiful tomorrow for your little ones? Here are 5 ways to get started.
It is universally acknowledged that women consistently earn less than men for performing the same job, even though gender-based pay discrimination has been illegal since 1963. But why does this wage gap still exist?