Because the Psychologists say so! If you don’t believe me, read it for yourself here.  It’s good for your mental health, wellbeing and attitude.  I spent a week in Indonesia last year sans-husband and children and it did wonders for my attitude!  My husband was, of course, “lucky to survive” (insert eye-roll emoji)!  You can read more about his week as a solo Dad here.

Did you know that 1 in 7 new Australian Mums will develop post-natal depression every year?  Parenting is tough; physically and mentally.  We need to take time out to make our health, wellbeing and happiness our #1 priority.  With the mental load that Mums also carry, it is important to take a step back and ‘turn off’ when running on empty.  This allows us to reset, rejuvenate and be the best version of ourselves for our children.

Remember those long, leisurely lunches with your Mum friends?  No…me neither!  Taking a trip with your friends provides an opportunity for ‘non-Mum’ time to reconnect and engage in adult conversation in a relaxing environment without the dreaded domestic duties.  Plus, you’ll also go home with a new friend or two!

So, organise your baby-daddy to take time off work and start planning your muMEcation now!

Check out the video below on our upcoming muMEcations.

Posted by muMEcations on Monday, 11 March 2019

The lotus flower was chosen for the muMEcations logo not only for it’s beauty, but also for the symbolism of growth despite being born into dark, murky conditions. The lotus may appear fragile on the surface but it is flexible and strong, just like Mums.  After a few days, the lotus rises through adversity, opening […]

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