Do you wish motherhood
Hello beautiful Mama
I’m Kirstie Stockx founder of Self Care for Mums. I’m an educator that specialises in wellbeing and self care for mothers. I’m debunking beliefs around self care and getting noticed for it.
As you know... this parenting gig is hard work. The relentlessness... the constant doing, the mental over load that seems to never Ever EVER end. It's friggen crazy!
All the work I do revolves around finding creative and effective ways to replenish our cups, reduce our mental load and improve our relationships and support.
My big vision is to create a change in the modern parenting landscape where mums lift each other up, support and celebrate. Together we'll move away from the mummy martyr fad and create a healthier more vibrant community.
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"So much of the support available is baby/child focused (which is essential) but mums are often left to fend for themselves... I'm all about helping mums with mum-focused kick-ass content and support"
"Kirstie describes the 4 phases most mums go through, and it’s a relief to read something like this out loud. For any individual about to become a new parent, or even one that has been down the journey before this practical guide can only add value, confidence and happiness in your journey.
"In the time I've known Kirstie, I've seen how she has inspired, supported and encouraged other women (including Mums) to believe in themselves and realise they can be who they want to be. Her advice is practical, real life and positive. Kirstie is inspiring to me as a Mum and women in business "
Sam Spence, mother and founder of Executive Virtual Associate.
"Kirstie’s passion for self-empowerment shone through each page. She is a shining example of how motherhood can be a transformational experience and has generously shared her method with new mums.”
Cherie Pasion, mother and founder of Connected Mama and author of It’s your birth…right?