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DIY pregnancy photoshoot

5 Tips for a DIY Pregnancy Photoshoot

Pregnancy is a tough gig! It has its many ups and downs with raging hormones, changing bodies and aches and pains. Of course, it has its’ beautiful moments too! From... Read More

Five tips for a sustainable Christmas

Five tips for a sustainable Christmas It’s that time of year again, Christmas is just around the corner! It’s a time for family, gifting your loved ones, enjoying good food... Read More
Sustainable Christmas Ideas
Upcycle Your Old Clothing with Beeswax Wraps

Upcycle Your Old Clothing with Beeswax Wraps

At Mudita, we are always promoting sustainability with all our products and looking at ways to reduce our impact on this beautiful planet. When you outgrow a piece clothing you... Read More

5 Maternity Fashion Tips

Pregnancy is such an exciting time in your life. Growing new life inside your belly whilst anticipating your baby’s arrival. However, it also comes with its challenges. As your belly starts to grow it gets a little harder to button up your favourite jeans. But how to shop without breaking the bank and look fabulous? Here are five fashion tips that we hope you find helpful!

5 Maternity Fashion Tips
Self-Love and Care Through Yoga - with Acacia Grant

Self-Love and Care Through Yoga - with Acacia Grant

Self-Love and Care Through Yoga - with Acacia Grant

Self-love is a word we hear being thrown around often but what does it mean and how can we achieve this? Quite often we are too hard on ourselves and have negative thoughts that are hard to shake. How many times have you thought to yourself “I should have done it this way” or “I should spend more time with the kids” or “I should have exercised and eaten less today”.

Interview with founder of Mudita, Katie Leonardi

Mudita is about a maternal connection, a connection with the earth and with yourself. I want women to feel good and be comfortable in their own skin. I wanted to design something that is versatile as well as functional. The idea is to design beautiful bohemian clothing for not only pregnancy but beyond.
Interview with founder of Mudita, Katie Leonardi