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World’s First Childfree Magazine

Anyone that knows me, knows when I set to mind to something, I am a force to be reckoned with. That is why I am so excited about bringing the world’s first Childfree Magazine to life. My Mission:  To unite a global childfree community…
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Nature V Nurture – why you are childfree?

There are many reasons for choosing to be childfree. I have explored many of these in the conversations and interviews I have had with the childfree women in the Childfree Happily Ever After community. Like me you might be childfree because…

My childhood abuse is why I don’t want kids now

Guest Blog by Kristina Marinelli.  I’m child-free-not-childless, it’s a decision I made in my pre-teens; I quit expressing my desire to be child-free after many negative comments by multiple people or the “Child-Free Bingo.” I’m…

Why this young Zimbabwean man says NO to children (and had a vasectomy)

Guest Blog by Sean Mzwandile Sibanda  2020 for all its intended purposes and events has been nothing short of dramatic and memorable for me. I had known for a long time that I didn’t want kids but as a man based in sub-Saharan Africa, you…

National Dog Mum’s Day

The 2nd Sat in May is officially National Dog Mum Day. Yeh! If people with kids can celebrate their life choice, why can’t I celebrate mine? After all, that is what Mother’s Day is – a life choice! More and more women are choosing…

We will have children someday, wont we?

My decision to be childfree hasn’t always been clear cut. Before I got married, my husband and I talked about having children many times. Each conversation always ended the same way, we would have children “someday.” We were never…

Women are made for more than just babies

Subtle judgments and outward expressions of criticism can crush a woman’s spirit to a point they feel like they don’t belong. In my personal experience, I have felt oppressed, left-out, and judged more by women than by men. To…

When I knew I didn’t want children

  I clearly remember the moment I had the life-changing realisation that I didn’t have to have children. I was enjoying a peaceful walk on a beautiful spring day in London. When the thought came to me it was so liberating and became…

But who will take care of you when you’re old?

  “But who will take care of you when you’re old??” is one of the questions that people ask me when I tell them that I’m childfree. It’s also a question I’ve asked myself before. I don’t believe for one minute…

Being Childfree as an Indian Woman

In several cultures across the world, family is regarded as a core central institution that plays a significant role in people’s lives and people are expected to regard their family, taking care of them and supporting them as their life’s biggest…