My No Buy Challenge: 3 Months of No New Clothes

One of the most easiest ways we can reduce our consumption and reduce our impact on the world, is to use what we already have. When it comes to building a sustainable wardrobe, the most sustainable clothes are the ones you already own.

So in an effort to be more sustainable, make more conscious choices and save money, I’m not going to buy a single piece of clothing for the next three months.

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How to Deal with Sleep Deprivation Without Sleep Training

Sleep deprivation is pretty much a given in the early days of motherhood. If you don’t want to sleep train and you haven’t been blessed with a unicorn baby, you’re going to have to learn to deal with potentially years of broken sleep. 

Even if your baby is generally a good sleeper, there’ll be times when they’re teething, sick or going through a growth spurt, where they’ll wake in the night. Often multiple times.

After years of broken sleep, I’ve found ways to feel less like a zombie and more like a functional human being.

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My Self Care Routine as a Mum of Two

We all know how important self care is. We all know that we can’t give fully unless our own cup is full. But when we’ve got little ones to look after it becomes so hard to find the time or effort to look after ourselves.

And that’s a problem. As mums it’s crucial that we take time to look after ourselves.

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My Favourite Breastfeeding Friendly Fashion Brands

Breastfeeding friendly clothes need to hit the perfect trifecta - be stylish and easy to throw on and go, all while having quick access to your boobs. It can be so hard to find something that ticks all three boxes.

At some point (often multiple times), all breastfeeding mums have looked in their wardrobes and found nothing suitable to wear.

Now that I’ve spent the last few years breastfeeding and have found my absolute favourite brands for stylish and feeding-friendly clothes. 

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Erin Williams
Tips To Make Toilet Training Easier

We recently tackled toilet training our toddler, and it was no where near as painful as I thought it would be.

With a little bit of preparation it thankfully all worked out smoothly. It didn’t take too long for everything to click and now I only have to change nappies for one child.

If you’re looking at toilet training your toddler, there’s no need to stress. It doesn’t have to be super hard. And while I’m certainly not a toilet training expert I want to share the tips that helped make our experience easier than expected.

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My First Few Months as a Mum of Two

While I was pregnant with Jacob I wasn’t too worried about life with two kids. So many people say the hardest adjustment comes with your first born, so while I knew there would be an adjustment period I thought that we’d all manage just fine.

And while overall it’s been a positive time, filled with so much love. It’s also been so much harder than I thought it would be.

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Erin Williams