The book that changed my self-defeating thoughts

Full disclosure: I might have had postpartum depression during the first couple of months after my daughter was born. My mind and feelings were such a whirlwind then, I didn’t know what to make of them. First of all, I didn’t have a clue what I was doing. It’s true what they say, especially in the first few months, that motherhood is mostly instinctual. Read more »

The habit of meditation and deep breathing for Rebel Tendencies

Meditation is my personal stress-buster. I’m not just saying this because research also proves it but because I’ve learned this from experience. When I’m stressed and I’m able to meditate, I immediately feel the benefits. Now I know how Rebel Tendencies find it challenging to start new habits because how can you start a habit when no one, not even yourself, can motivate you? Read more »

Keeping content flowing on a busy schedule

Most, if not all, moms lead busy lives. I didn’t realize this at first when I decided to get pregnant. I thought I could just wing it when it’s there. So when I had my first baby, I told myself, I did not think this through at all. Of course, I don’t regret being a mother. Read more »