Do you wish motherhood
was easier?

Hi, I'm Kirstie Stockx, I'm a qualified educator and self care consultant that specialises in personal wellbeing for mums with young kids.

Okay, Mums... this parenting gig is hard work. The relentlessness... the constant doing, the mental over load that never Ever EVER ends. It's friggen crazy! I'm constantly working with mums that feel overwhelmed, guilty and have lost their sense of self.

Is this normal you ask...? Hell no! It can be your normal but it doesn't have to be.

While I was  researching my book, Self Care for New Mums: A Practical Four Step Guide for First Time Mothers, It became clear-as-day noticeable that mums that felt Confident, Self-Assured and Loved had developed strong skills in four key ares...

 

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I refer to these four areas as the MAMA Method:

Mind
You

Understanding how your mind works gives you the knowledge and insights to help work with your mind instead of against it.

Amazing
Me

Mum's often have bodies that need an opportunity to heal, learn about simple strategies that encourage a quicker recovery so mum can get back to doing what she loves.

Made
Easy

Our home is filled with many ways to save time and make things easier; implementing simples hacks can give mums more spare time and energy.

Ability to Connect

In the modern parenting landscape, feeling connected to your community, family and especially yourself is vital to personal wellbeing.

My big vision is to  create a community driven by mums that's supportive, connected and empowering in a way the mum focused and judgement free. 

Join the Self Care MAMA Tribe

*I will never share your information with anyone and you will receive emails filled with really valuable goodies and information which will be worthwhile to read.

"It's entirely possible (& necessary) for mums to nurture their own needs while simultaneously raising kids that are happy, loved and well adjusted"

Kirstie Stockx

Author

I have recently published my first book called 'Self Care for New Mums: A Practical Four Step Guide for First Time Mothers'.

I'm currently working on my second book. I also maintain an engaging blog and guest-write for a number of mum related sites.

Speaker

I speak about many issues that are near and dear to the hearts of mums with young kids. I am especially passionate about practical self care and I strive to generously share strategies that will immediately help the mums present.

Teacher

I work closely with mums, either online or in person (in the Bendigo area). I'm passionate about providing mums with practical advice and motivation that helps mums learn how to feel more confident, self assured and loved.

A Practical Four Step Guide for First Time Mothers

What others have to say...

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"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.

Dr Patricia Vlahek, mother and founder of Hume Osteopathic Clinic

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"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. 

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"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?

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My Blog

100 Family Time Activities with Young Kids (21 to 40)

By Kirstie Stockx | Jul 31, 2017

This challenge is one of the best things we’ve ever decided to do. My husband works long hours and before this challenge time would pass, like it does, and we would hardly see him or get the chance to spend time as a family. These simple activities brings us together and helps us to feel…

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The one mistake most mums make and why it’s not their fault.

By Kirstie Stockx | Jun 27, 2017

Surprisingly, the one mistake most mums make is forgetting to look after themselves.   But in many ways it’s not surprising at all.   We all know self-care is important.   We have all heard the breathing mask in a failing plane analogy.   We get it!   The thing about parenting young kids is…

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Mum reality: How we are unconsciously creating an unattainable illusion.

By Kirstie Stockx | Jun 15, 2017

I’m not talking about perfect Insta feeds or carefully crafted Facebook posts. They do play a part but I’m talking about something else. I’m talking about how mums are rounding – making things sound better than they actually are.   Last week I started pondering bed sheets… more precise, how regularly does a family with young…

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Mama Overwhelm: Practical and simple strategies to help

By Kirstie Stockx | May 23, 2017

Raising small children can be the most magical, beautiful and treasured time. But in saying that, it’s also a completely crazy time and responsibilities are over flowing at the seams. It’s the relentlessness that starts to wear mums down… eventually leading mums down the garden path towards mama overwhelm.   My name is Kirstie Stockx, I’m…

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How are mums making time for better things?

By Kirstie Stockx | Feb 21, 2017

It’s a nightmare! Dishes are piled high. Washing is spilling out of the laundry door. The fridge is empty and the kids are getting toast again. Sound familiar?   Parenting young kids is hectic and requires that we are in thinking mode every minute of the day. Lists, events, milestones, playdates… it never ends. The…

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4 Tips to Overcome Mama Overwhelm

By Kirstie Stockx | Jan 31, 2017

My husband came home after being away for 4 days. I craved a micro-break, some peace and some uninterrupted adult conversation. I jumped in the car without any plans. I called a friend and asked if she was interested in a child-free walk around the block. She agreed.   As we were walking, I marveled…

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A Practical Four Step Guide for First Time Mothers