HOW TO NURTURE YOUR CHILD’S ATTENTION SPAN

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I have always wanted to be a present mother, but wanting to be present is not the same as being present. Over the last five years my children have wrestled against the pull of my work emails, our household chores and the many notifications that pop up on my social media accounts. I have seen first hand how ...

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THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT AMELIA

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When she’s behind the Channel Nine news desk bringing Australian viewer's their daily bulletins, Amelia Adams radiates authority, control and calm. But when it comes to motherhood, the newsreader isn't afraid to admit she's just like the rest of us as she navigates the challenges of raising her two young children, three-year-old Charlton and one-year-old ...

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A BROW EMPOWERMENT PEP TALK

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This article may challenge everything you’ve ever believed and force you to question everything you’ve ever been told about brows. But please think of this as a long overdue intervention by a well meaning friend. It could be a journey of patience, but if you commit to follow this wisdom you and your brows will ...

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MAMA MUSE: TANINAKA SISTERS

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In the idyllic Byron Bay hinterland, sisters with soul Mia and Hana Taninaka are the embodiment of their pure and natural surrounds. The earth mothers’ passion for a sustainable and ethical lifestyle has lead to the creation of their homewares label and namesake, Taninaka ... which represents all of their philosophies in the production of ...

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MOTHER AFRICA: IMARI DU PLESSIS ON FINDING HER PARENTING STYLE

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Glamour couple of global cricket, Faf and Imari Du Plessis, have been deep in that blissful, all-consuming bubble of love that new parents experience … and are finally ready to introduce the world to their five-month-old baby girl, Amelie. In this exclusive and refreshingly honest interview with The Delivery, the intensely private South African cricket ...

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