“Come as you are, I’ll meet you where you’re at”

– Lisa x

Becoming a mother. Wow.

Motherhood. It’s a big one.

How we do our mothering. The potential birth place for a new way.

“Come as you are, I’ll meet you where you’re at”

– Lisa x



Becoming a mother. Wow.

Motherhood. It’s a big one.

How we do our mothering. The potential birth place of a new way.

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There could be a few reasons. You might be…

  • pregnant and feeling anxious, uncertain or having lots of different emotions about what lies ahead.


  • a new mum, or a mum of multiples, who feels lost. Perhaps you have a sense of undoing from within, a feeling of being out to sea, looking for solid ground or trying to gain a sense of who you are now.


  • building a business and are struggling to put yourself out there, charge your worth, get structure in your business while managing the juggle-struggle.


  • Or! You might be drawn to me for another reason entirely – either way, I am really glad you’re here and I am here for you.
Lisa x

 “I went to Lisa for business coaching and my life changed.

I found inner clarity around beliefs that were holding me back, while bringing forth a business dream that before seemed a million miles away”


Ready to start making moves towards being who you really are?

Read my latest articles about what it means to be in your own way, the reasons why you might be stuck and what you can do now to start making moves towards being your true self and living that life you truly want.

Your gut…can you trust it?

Your gut…can you trust it?

“Just trust your gut.” This triggered me as a new mum. I couldn’t hear my gut through the chaos of having a new born, being sleep deprived, having breastfeeding problems and my body healing after human exiting it. It came with time. Time and compassion in bucket...

Comparison is the thief of Motherhood

Comparison is the thief of Motherhood

I’m 6 months in and I have NEVER compared myself to others as much as I have done in the last 6 months.

This person is flying it…. That person’s baby sleeps like a dream…. That girl over there has this nailed…..

Why is that?

I’ve learnt about motherhood from a sociological perspective but now I’m living it and holy shit balls. Learning about something and living it – two very different things. I obviously know that. But now I knoooow that.

Half the time I feel like what I suspect Alice must have felt like when she fell down that rabbit hole. However, if you follow that story through, she had a pretty wild adventure. And I relate to that too.

But so where the does all this comparison come from?

Dr. Sophie Brock, a sociologist in Motherhood Studies says “We have been conditioned to internalise the patriarchal, social and cultural beliefs around what it means to be a good mother.” The Perfect Mother Myth.

These beliefs are deeply, deeply ingrained in our society and are basically unhelpful rules we as mothers must adhere to in order to be considered, and consider ourselves, to be good mothers. This is big stuff.

Further to that she states “comparison can be a way to berate ourselves into being a better mother.” Ah. Clever.

‘It’s not necessarily the comparing thought that’s the issue, but rather the feeling of guilt and shame that follows’. – right. And no better way to ensure compliance. Guilt and shame are long used forms of social control.

Motherhood – it’s an extremely loud arena. And as new mum, who like us all is learning daily on the bounce, it has been harder to drown out the noise than I ever expected.

Okay, so what can we do about this comparison then?

First, we must recognise that we cannot resist what we cannot see.

So, grab a pen and paper and write down:

1. What do you currently believe you should be doing in order to consider yourself a good enough mum.
2. Challenge any thoughts that are creating shame or any feelings of not good enoughness. Where do those thoughts or images come from?
3. Could you then create your own image of what a happy, content and good enough mother is?

My intention for 2022 is rebuild what my own beliefs are around all this.

I don’t think it’ll happen overnight but what I wish for me as a new mum, and all the mums out there, is to mother my little love like no-ones watching.

Lisa xx

The antidote to mom guilt

The antidote to mom guilt

Mom guilt   Mom guilt. I think it’s fair to say that most women have heard this term. But what is it and why does it happen? Research shows that mom guilt tends to happen most when a mother has aligned herself closely to the Perfect Mother Myth. Briefly, the...

The subtleties of Mom shaming

The subtleties of Mom shaming

Dr Joe Dispenza recently posted a video on Instagram stating that a child’s emotional state begins in the womb, that ‘how the woman perceives her environment, will shape and mould her child to face the same environment the mother is perceiving.’  While there may be...

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What does ‘Getting In Your Own Way’ look like in your life? 

There’s nothing more painful than feeling stuck behind yourself, unable to get out of your own way and express who you truly are. On a good day feeling like ‘that life’ is a mere grasp away, and yet so far out of reach, afraid to put your heart and soul out there for fear of being seen entirely.

Any of that sound familiar?

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