Myth one - What about the poop? Regardless if you cloth diaper or use disposals there will be poop! As opposed to throwing poop in the trash and having smelly trash cans, with cloth diapers the poop goes into the toilet. If your baby is exclusively breastfed, the poop is water soluble and can be thrown into the wash.
The main theme and lessons that I learned in 2017 was to release, let go and shed old habits, paradigms, and relationships in order to shift, recreate and rebirth new habits. I let go of close friendships, employment, past resentments and habits that were no longer serving me.
Since 2010 I have conducted a personal review reflecting on the past year. I was originally inspired by the work I did with Molly Mahar and inspiration from blogger Chris Guillebeau. I look forward to completing this process each year.
3. Ease discomfort - Growing a new human is no easy task! Your body is changing, shifting, and expanding every day. Prenatal yoga may help to ease low back pain, static nerve discomfort and increase overall flexibility.
Meditation is a practice. Unlike in our Western culture that is eager for instant results, meditation works best as a sustained practice. When it becomes a sustained practiced, then you will reap the most benefits. Many long time practitioners will tell you, it is hard work. The benefits received go beyond measure.
Reflecting as mother and a birth professional, I often see how our concept of time stands in our own way. Take for example due dates and childbirth. Due dates are not "bad" and can definitely be useful.
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