“As newborns, we had ways of communicating that we were stressed without actually using words. Arching our backs, scrunching our faces, reaching our arms open, kicking and so on. Our body is our first language. As adults, I think we should listen to it. If something is not quite right and we don’t listen, our body will find another way of telling us. Whether through stress, injury or sickness, it will let us know.”
Written in an approachable and engaging tone, Hamnet is the story of the death of Shakespeare’s son, it is a work of speculative fiction. O’Farrell breathes exquisite life into this tale of death, and weaves such an intricate story of love, family, motherhood, and loss, I was completely absorbed in the world of this family
Sunni Hart shares her wisdom amidst our global crisis. It’s April 2020, and we’re already being faced with a global pandemic, an economic crisis, and that’s causing a whole lot of anxiety, fear, and overwhelm. This follows the horrendous Australian bushfires over Summer, and it truly feels like we haven’t copped a break. I’ve been
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Supporting all things motherhood, and the power of women! I love the women Amy interviews and think Amy is a star for pursuing this podcast passion with such a young babe!
Beautiful podcast! As a woman who is a small business creative but not planning on having children, this podcast offers me an unfamiliar perspective that is both accessible and super interesting.
It’s so vital for women to hear stories of how other women are also struggling (yet massively succeeding) under the weight of everything we have to do. The questions are thought provoking, the answers familiar.
Amazing insight into motherhood, beautifully curated and conversational tone ~
Highly recommend to anyone, no matter what stage in life…
It’s so easy to completely loose yourself when becoming a mother. Listening to how other mothers cope and keep that sense of ‘me’ through chasing their dreams while their kids are little is so inspiring!