How Babywearing Might Help with Postnatal Depression

For me personally, babywearing is something that I feel really started to make a big difference with my postnatal depression. In essence, it gave me and Isabelle something to do together that she actually loved. Not only that, but it kept us connected and close whenever I did it.

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Having Ups and Downs With Depression

I like to be as honest as I can when it comes to writing these blogs. At least within reason. Don’t get me wrong, if I have a doctors appointment I’m not going to be posting about the details of it here. If you ask, I might let you know, but let’s not get too weird.

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10 Self Care Tips to Help Promote Better Self Care

Since it’s currently #SelfCareWeek I thought I’d give a quick ten tips on things you can do to help promote self care. Feel free to try some of these things at some point if you want. Let’s go: 

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Baby Yoga: Using Yoga to Help with Postnatal Depression

For me, yoga combines two things that I find incredibly beneficial to mental health: exercise and meditation.

Not only that, but it’s something that I initially sucked at. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not super good now; I can do a few poses quite well, but I still watch in awe at some of the things seasoned pros can do.

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Using Meditation to Help With Depression

When it comes to meditation, I think people have a slightly warped idea of what it actually is. People tend to picture someone sat, cross-legged, their hands in that little OK sign (gyan mudra) in perfect silence and peace.

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