The importance of looking after you

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 12 April 2016

14 mins

Amy Taylor-Kabbaz has released the beautiful Happy Mama book which is all about finding yourself again after having children. For new mums, it can be easy to let go of the things you enjoyed before you became a parent.

Those nights out with the girls, the hair appointments or the bushwalks can seem a distant memory as you focus all your time and energy into a new little life. Amy kindly reminds us of some easy and practical ways to look after ourselves.

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