In reality, it can be tough being a stay at home mum. It isn’t all coffee dates and relaxing with friends! It’s actually quite lonely and I think that is what I have struggled with the most. A 3 year old and a 2 week old are not really great conversationalist!
This week we chatted to one of our gorgeous Maze ambassadors, Ashy Rauicava about all things mum-life, workouts and how she feels about baby number two being on the way.
Ashy is mum to Buddy and is expecting her second child later this year making it two under two, just in time for Christmas. But as you’ll read, Ashy is taking motherhood, pregnancy and life all in her stride…..
As the Australian sun begins to make a reappearance after a chilly Winter, it’s the perfect time to give your exercise habits a bit of a revamp. Forget Spring cleaning your house, Spring clean your workout!
Hormones, fatigue, nausea and changes to your body. The joys of pregnancy! These added stressors and challenges make self-care even more important during the long nine months.
Here’s our top 5 ways to practise self-care during this exciting (and sometimes taxing) time.As always, this information is meant only as general suggestions and is not specific advice. For medical advice, see your healthcare professional.
This week we spoke to Maggie; a brand-new mum to a gorgeous six-week-old baby boy called Jagger. Maggie has always prioritised health and fitness so working her workouts into her new routine is just another challenge that she is taking in her stride.
Exercising once your baby has arrived can present a new set of challenges for brand new mums. But once your doctor has given you the all clear following your check up, there are some simple ways to dip your toe back into the workout world.
Whether it’s reformer Pilates, boxing or spin that takes your fancy, nothing gets those endorphins pumping quite like getting active. Here are our favourite ways to make sure you are getting a good workout while ensuring that your mum-life is in balance too.
While those first few months of pregnancy can have you running for the bathroom morning, noon and night, the second and third trimesters can have you back on your feet and running for pleasure again. Need some extra motivation to get your sneakers on and music pumping? Take a look at our top three reasons to stop dawdling before delivery and how you’ll reap the rewards way you’re your baby’s first birthday. As always, consult your doctor before taking on any type of exercise regime, especially while pregnant.
The long wait is over, your beautiful baby is finally here and you’ve spent the first few months in that wonderful baby bubble. Weather it’s been bliss or the steepest learning curve of your life (probably both), chances are as the fog of new motherhood starts to lift you may be looking around the landscape and wondering “What now?”