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Welcome! I’m Tat.


It’s very easy to become lost in motherhood, but it didn’t happen that way for me.

I was lost before I even became a mother. I left the corporate world burned-out, disillusioned and full of questions. Was that all there was? Was there something else I was supposed to do that would make me feel alive? It didn’t seem so at the time, all I wanted to do was curl up in a ball and sleep.

Motherhood has been my bridge to the other side, to the more joyful, passionate and creative me. It’s been the perfect opportunity to slow down, look deep and reconnect with myself and with the world around me. I’ve been given the perfect role models – my children. Who else can teach you more about being present, playful and yourself?

My blog is a tool to help me find myself in motherhood. As I am finding my answers I want to help you find yours. I can’t map out your way for you, but hopefully I can point you in the right direction by sharing what worked for me and what didn’t.

What does it mean to find yourself in motherhood?

I’ve created a mind map to show you what exactly it means to me.

Find yourself in motherhood mindmap

Knowing myself and trusting my instincts.

Exploring my creativity.

Learning from my children.

Being the best parent that I can be.

Here are just some of the questions I am trying to answer

How does knowing ourselves make us better parents? How does it make us more creative?

What can we learn from our children about ourselves? What can they teach us about creativity?

How does our creativity influence the way we parent and how do we discover ourselves through our art?

(I’m using the word ‘art’ loosely here. What we create doesn’t have to be tangible. It can be an idea, a solution or a moment we will never forget.)

I hope you will join me on this journey.

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Pieces of me

I am a mum of three, a boy (7 years old) and two girls (4 and 1).

I am originally from Eastern Europe. I now live in Sydney, Australia.

I think clouds, waves and birds are beautiful.

I love books.

 The art form closest to my heart is dance.

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