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Womaning Wisely

Jo Hughes, Emma Del Rey

Jo writes with candour and vulnerability, mashing together the everyday challenges of life with her knowledge of science and counselling. Readers say, “Yes, I feel seen” and, “Mind blown!”

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Writing a quarterly review forces the acknowledgement that another three months of your life have passed. And consideration of what you have done with them (which I’m not sure I like!). Time seems to pass so quickly. More so the older you g...

13 days ago

Is camping really worth the bother?

I knew you were my people! Despite my hesitations last week, the response to my washing system revelations has been striking. That’s why I need to share with you this ironic event. Four days after me publishing, the fucking washing machine ...

20 days ago

"I don't know how you do it with 4..."

Discovering I was pregnant with twins was a shock. The pregnant bit was intentional, it just never occurred to me there may be two in there. When the realisation hit that we were going to have four kids aged 4 and under I messaged my bestie...

a month ago

A 2-hour energy boost that has lasted weeks

I was invited by a friend to go to a Women’s Circle. It was being run by Emma, a friend of hers who is exploring new avenues and wanted to give it a go. Obviously I said yes, even though I didn’t really know what it involved.

a month ago

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The writers behind this newsletter.

  • Jo Hughes

    40-something, mother of four, educated as a scientist and counsellor. Stepping off the default path to find my own. Curious about the individual, our society and the choices we make which shape our lives. Ready to share and learn.

  • Emma Del Rey

    A mother, writer, artist, and space holder. I am moved by honesty, reflection, slow living, and a deep connection to the earth. I use my years of studying trauma, therapeutic tools, and mindfulness to explore the topic of being. \ud83c\udf43

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