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Planned C-Section – A Behind The Scenes
A controversial topic is elective C-sections, even today 2 years on I still feel the need to defend my choice
a woman sitting on a couch with the text planned c section - a behind the scenes
Planned C-Section – A Behind The Scenes
The decision to have an elective C-section remains a contentious issue, even after two years. I continue to find myself having to justify and stand by my choice. Debate over the topic persists, but ultimately, every individual's decision should be respected and supported without judgment. Let's celebrate each person's right to make choices that best suit their unique circumstances and needs.
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Self Care, Setting Goals, Self, Help Me Fall Asleep, Care, 5 Ways, How To Fall Asleep, Skincare, Healthy Living
5 Ways To Infuse Your Routine With Self Care
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Postpartum, Intentions
5 Simple Self Care Practices For A Happier You
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Practice, 18 Months, 18 Month Old, Have A Shower
5 Simple Steps To Elevate Your Self-Care
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
Elevate Your Days With 5 Self-Care Tips
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
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Daily Habits For A Self Care Focused Life
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
Wellness Wisdom: 5 Essentials Practices For Self Care
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Wellness
Mastering Self Care: Elevate Your Day With These 5 Tips
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Healthy Mind And Body, Healthy Mind, Postnatal
5 Habits For A Healthier Mind & Body
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
Embrace 5 Essential Strategies For Self Care
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
5 Self-Care Rituals For A Happier Lifestyle
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
5 Simple Strategies For More Self-Care
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
Revamp Your Routine: 5 Ways To Infuse More Self-Care
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
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5 Ways To Practice More Self Care In 2024
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel? Health, Womens Health
5 Habits For A Healthier Mind & Body
There is no denying that these last few years have not been a season for my self-care practices. If I had a shower with skincare and hair washing, it was a massive win and probably only happened twice. So, this year, rather than setting goals and words that I want to live by, I wanted to create a slower, more sympathetic intentions practice. I started in January, as I hid away from the stifling heat and as I tried to entertain my 18-month-old. I reflected on – what is it that I want to feel?