By Monika Bock There are many ways to nourish your body. You can nourish yourself through mindful movement, physical nourishment (food/water), awareness, and attention. When we talk about self-care or self-love, we need to remember to touch upon nutrition. No, … Continue reading Nourish Your Body with Whole Foods
Love Yourself A Note from the Editor By Jordan Sapir This month at Über Moms we’re celebrating you! Yes, you! Don’t act surprised! You deserve to be celebrated, too, Über Mom. Every day you achieve the unimaginable. I know that … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
By Anonymous On November 5th, 2018, for the first time, I tearfully announced to a small group of people sitting around a table in a church basement, “My name is Jane*, and I’m an alcoholic.” At that first meeting, I … Continue reading A is for Alcoholic: Recognizing When You Need to Love Yourself More Than Your Vice
By Mallika Bhatia Do you love who you are? Complicated question? Here’s a simpler one: do you like the person you are? Need help answering that as well? Let me help you. Think of a person you deeply love. Now … Continue reading How Can I Love Myself?
By Amie Mignatti This new year began a bit differently for me than most do. I was in Austin, Texas (my hometown), for the past six weeks. Then, five days after my return, I cooked for my dear friend Selina’s … Continue reading The Transformative Power of Nature
By Julie Leonard For Valentine’s Day this year, I have planned a date night with my partner and we are off to a concert. For me, going to see live music makes me so happy, makes me feel alive, leaves … Continue reading Self Care is Self Love
By Carolyn Hecken Love Yourself! That’s the theme of this month’s Über Moms Newsletter. You may ask, what connection is there between loving one’s self and book recommendations about the immensely profound love shared by parents and their children everywhere? … Continue reading 8 Children’s Book Recommendations – Stories of Unconditional Love
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
Don’t Hang My Tradition Up That Way A Note from the Editor By Jordan Sapir In this month’s Über Moms’ Newsletter we asked our contributors to write about their holiday traditions. Whilst sitting down to brainstorm all the traditions I … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
“New Year’s Day is every man’s birthday.” – Charles Lamb By Mariia Ginzburg New Year’s Eve used to be my favorite holiday. The smell of mandarins and chocolates, which were rare guests on our tables during the rest of the … Continue reading Santa Claus or Ded Moroz?