By Carolyn Hecken If you’re in a hurry and want to skip over my personal motivation for tackling this topic, just scroll on down to the next section. In the run-up to this holiday season, I was overcome with a … Continue reading 8 Children’s Book Recommendations – Tools for Talking Ideals & Values
By Jordan Sapir January is synonymous with self-improvement. It is relentlessly trendy to resolve to do what was missing in years past. By setting lofty goals and unrealistic expectations, we create a heavy burden. As a result, you’re inevitably knee … Continue reading How to Make 2019 YOUR Year: An Über Moms Guide
This is YOUR Year A Note from the Editor by Jordan Sapir Über Mom: this is YOUR year. In fact, this is the year you decide not to commit to any unnecessary engagements, stay clear of negativity, declutter the elements … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
By Mallika Bhatia Think positive and all will be positive. Focus on the positive. Replace negative thoughts with positive ones and the results will be positive. Positive this and positive that: it is everywhere. It almost seems like a fad … Continue reading New Way of Thinking? I’d Say it is Too Much Positive Thinking.
By Leah Hasse In my role as a mother, there is no shortage of things demanding my attention, and if I took a tally of the number of times a day that I say, “I don’t have time!” I probably … Continue reading Don’t Wait Until You Have Time
By Julie Leonard This week I was walking in the centre of Rome with my partner. It was the day after Befana (celebrated there on the January 6th ) and we were chatting about the presents I had bought for … Continue reading How the Law of Attraction Can Manifest the Life You Desire
By Mallika Bhatia Never did I imagine that my child would wake up at 5 a.m. just because she was excited for someone’s visit. She dislikes both ends of the sleep cycle: falling asleep and waking up. And yet I … Continue reading Discovering Weihnachten
By Katie Rössler With my first pregnancy, I only read articles online or chapters of books that I thought really mattered to my pregnancy and the view of how my birth would go … that means I read nothing about … Continue reading C-section vs. Natural Birth: It’s All Giving Birth
By Celina Criss The Couple That Plays Together Stays Together In life, it is important that we do those things that feed our joy and nurture our spirits. It makes us happy and fun to be around, right? It is … Continue reading The Couple that Plays Together Stays Together
By Pia Johansson Anything can be a hobby, really. It doesn’t have to be knitting or collecting trains. It can be something you do alone or with your partner or your children, and it can involve physical activity. It doesn’t … Continue reading Hobbies: Why, How, and When
by Leah Hasse When I was pregnant with my first son, I watched my friends drop like flies. Some of them because we grew apart, and some because I couldn’t maintain a relationship where I felt constantly scrutinized for my … Continue reading The Complex Realm of Motherhood and Friendship
I never thought of becoming a mother as a, “new start”. For me, becoming a mother was always a continuance—a New Chapter. I’m still the same protagonist with a different plot and new characters. Some days I understand my new … Continue reading A Note from the Editor: Featuring a Profile of Abbie Casper: Über Mom Scientist Turned Documentary Family Photographer.
By Ceri Temple Hiking in the summer is such a wonderful experience- the days are long, the skies are clear, the alpine meadows in bloom and maybe you will spot some mountain wildlife too. However the hazards of the summer … Continue reading Hiking Through the Summer Heat