WORKING FROM HOME WITH A BABY
I thought I could do many things in life. But being able to work 35 hours a week with a five month old — that one I’m still surprised about.
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It’s customary to make your vision boards and start manifesting things at the very start of the year, or the end of the current one. Heck, I did it that way last year (and with great results!) But this year, I didn’t feel like rushing it. I wanted to take more time to really figure […]
My postpartum journey hasn’t been an easy one. From having gained almost 30lbs due to bed rest and feeling ugly in my own body, to struggling with breastfeeding and suffering from a whole lot of anxieties, those first few months have been incredibly stressful for me. But because I had so much support primarily from […]
If you’ve been following this blog, you know I’m a firm believer in the power of manifesting. I used to play around with writing down my deepest wishes, and started manifesting love and job opportunities without really understanding what I was doing. I have since learned a lot more about this practice and started incorporating […]
Menstrual cups are a popular alternative to traditional menstrual products such as pads and tampons. I was reserved about them but finally decided to give it a go last September, as part of my general attempt to do my part for the environment. Menstrual cups can generally last up to 10 years and are biodegradable, […]
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Hi, I’m JELENA.
I am a mom, a writer, a psychologist, a manifester, and a huge coffee lover. I love figuring out life and helping young women have it all!
Dear Mom, if you’ve stumbled to this page, let me tell you right away: Worrying about your baby breathing and whether they may suddenly stop is perfectly normal. I did it for 5 months on end and used to check his breathing whenever I woke up at night. Sadly, SIDS happens, although incredibly rarely, and […]
Have you ever been told that you should never be angry with your parents because they did the best they could for you? Well, I’m all up for that (unless they did some really terrible things, in which case there’s no excuse). What I do have an issue with is when my parents begin questioning […]