I get a high from saying frightening and truthful things

Pheonix Wild is a wounded woman healed, a powerful new mother, and a rebel for the people. She speaks loudly about things that matter. She speaks out for women, for nursing mothers, for new parents and for a better America. We chat with Phoenix about finding strength in your own voice, the social pressure to ‘bounce back’ and how creating a family should be more abundance and less restriction. May feeding our children in America not be remembered as a cultural movement but rather, a human right. Did you have a perspective on breastfeeding before you became a mother, and what does it mean to you now? I was so oblivious before. I’d never seen a woman breastfeed until I started. I’m...

Continue reading


Our bodies are phenomenal and should be respected, nurtured and loved.

Natalie is a new mother to 5 month old Finn. She’s an Australian actress living in LA, with 15 film and television credits to her name and a crystal-infused aromatherapy line to be released this year. We chat to Natalie about the life giving power of nature, her love/hate relationship with technology, the spiritual awakening that is motherhood, her love for Australia and living with gratitude. Legend has it that all the stars in the sky came from milk sprayed out of the breasts of the goddess Juno. Hence, we call our galaxy the Milky Way. What does being a ‘conscious mama’ mean to you, and what does it mean in day to day life? Being a conscious mama means...

Continue reading









There are days where I love it and others where I feel like my skin is crawling

Christine Fadel is Brooklyn based mother, blogger and foodie. Her blog, The C Word is a rare glimpse into the bare bones reality of motherhood. It’s beautiful, inspiring and heartfelt - it’s not written as a joke, but it’s ‘funny because it’s true’.  We chat to Christmas about nursing through postpartum depression, pumping, blogging, introducing solids, tasting breastmilk and why ‘don’t be an asshole’ is the core value that covers pretty much everything. You’re currently nursing your little girl Edie, how is it going? Currently, it’s going great - much better than I expected considering the first few months. I feel like we’re just now getting to that stage of nursing where it feels easier and less demanding, allowing me to enjoy...

Continue reading