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Mitucha Ford
How To Survive Juggling Business & Motherhood

How To Survive Juggling Business & Motherhood

Becoming pregnant less than a year into starting my business was not part of the business plan! Since it was my absolute passion, there was no way I was going to close shop when I'd focused everything I had into launching it and building it. And one of the main reasons I wanted to work for myself was so I could eventually stay home and raise my kids while also bringing home some bacon. Since my business was only a baby itself, it has definitely been a challenge! Luckily at Christmas I was able to quit my other job (yes I had...

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Mitucha Ford

How To Write Affirmations: 5 Simple Steps

Great to see you here and that in reading my ‘Manifestation In A Nutshell’ post, I didn’t totally put you off by the whole thing. The fact that you’re here means you’re ready to make some changes and the best way to start is in re-wiring our brains. And the best way to do that... is with affirmations.   What are affirmations? Think of them as mantras that you repeat everyday. "A belief is a only thought that you continue to think" Esther Hicks Anytime a negative thought enters you mind, let is float away and replace with one of...

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Mitucha Ford
Manifesting In A Nutshell

Manifesting In A Nutshell

You may have heard the terms “manifesting” and “affirmations” doing the rounds recently. They’re not new principles, but I’m going to try and explain what I’ve learnt as simply as possible as I think everyone can and should use them. Now, obviously I couldn’t cover everything in this one post, but I can sum the basics and give you some fun examples to try it out!   My family are big believers of the power of manifestations. Quite literally, you can talk yourself into the life you’re asking for. Why? Because often our mindset has gotten stuck in the mud....

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Mitucha Ford
To Boob or Not To Boob

To Boob or Not To Boob

National breastfeeding week actually ended over a week ago, but in true mum style, I missed it/ forgot about it / was too busy removing squashed banana off everything. However since I am 8-9 months into it I wanted to share my experience in case it helps at least one person.   Firstly, despite my pre-conceptions, breastfeeding was NOT easy at first. In fact since my mum seemed to only speak of it being the most natural and easy thing, I gave no thought to the possibility of it being anything otherwise. Bit of a shock as I stifled screams of...

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