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    My Top Relationship Tips – From someone who screwed it all up and was lucky enough that it got put back together

    Let’s just start this article by saying I am 100% not a relationship expert. I am however a 30-something year old woman who has had a few relationships in her…

    Collaboration over Competition – The Birth and Evolution of Body Beyond Baby

    When I began this Body Beyond Baby journey in 2008, as a new mum myself,  I was full of excitement and ambition.

    Wearing a pad every day and accepting that as normal is not serving you

    Are you one of those chicks that just accepts your weak bladder as the norm? Just chuck a panty liner on, move on and ignore it? Do you say to…

    Living with Pelvic Organ Prolapse – The ups and the downs (literally)

    “Your prolapse is not as bad today”, observed the Women’s Health Physio as she was fitting me with a pessary, and she was right. Having a baby and suffering a…

    Mum Profile & 56 Days of YOU winner – Jacqui

    Jacqui was one of the inspiring mums that took part in our very first 56 Days of YOU challenge. With our start date very close to rolling around again we…

    Travel Report: Mums Only Fitness Retreat

    Experts are now suggesting that mums need ‘mums-only’ time out (like we didn’t know that already!) However, from my experience, the knowing and the doing are two very different things.…

    My Perineal Ultrasound

    Working with women, particularly pregnant and postnatal women, the phrase ‘pelvic floor’ is mentioned every day. It’s an important topic to discuss and it’s equally important that I have a…

    Mumma, Please Know You Are Not  Alone

    I was talking to my hairdresser the other day and she was telling me how hard and emotionally draining her day had been the previous week. She had had a…

    6 Great Reasons To Do Pelvic Floor Exercises

    Ok, we all know we need to “do our pelvic floor exercises,” but why? When we are pregnant, our doctors, our midwives, our girlfriends all ask us if we are…

    Could your pelvic floor be too tight to push a baby out?

    I left the delivery suite giving myself a pat on the back. “They said your pelvic floor was really strong,” my husband told me. Awesome, I thought to myself. Stronger is always better, right?