Support your wellbeing

As the world has been plunged into lockdown and social distancing rules, it is good to know there are still beautiful ways we can support our wellbeing. During times of intense challenges such as we have been experiencing the last few months, is when we are likely to grow the most but it is also … Read more

Mindfulness in a pandemic

Mindfulness is simply being aware of what is happening right now without wishing it were different; enjoying the pleasant without holding on to when it changes (which it will); being with the unpleasant without fearing it will always be this way (which it won’t). I’m sharing this poem which has touched my heart recently and … Read more

Mental Wellbeing

Mental Wellbeing

Mental health problems affect one in four of us according to Time to Change. In recent years, there has been a growing awareness about this issue with high profile individuals, such as Prince Harry, talking about it openly and various Mental Health Awareness days, weeks and months encouraging public discussions, such as the Time to … Read more

Prioritise Your Wellbeing

And so a New Year and a new decade begins.. For many people, the memory of the festivities of Christmas and the resolutions made on New Year’s Eve are already beginning to fade. If you feel the motivation behind your resolutions is decreasing, I hope you’ll hold on to just one goal this year.. to … Read more

5 things that can lead to “unexplained” fertility issues…and how to fix them

couple seeking help for fertility

Unexplained infertility is a common yet frustrating diagnosis to receive. Approximately one in four couples seeking help with fertility issues are told there is no explanation for why they can’t conceive. Unexplained infertility does not, however, mean that you have no options. There is a reason for hope. Here are 5 issues that can lead to “unexplained” fertility and solutions for you to put into action.

Post-natal recovery – what can I do to help my body other than pelvic floor exercises?

Having babies takes a serious toll on the body. There’s no rush to get things back to how they were pre babies or even to get back there at all but sometimes it’s nice to be able to give your body a helping hand – if you feel you need it. Its hard to know what to do though and often the only advice given is to do pelvic floor exercises.

So here’s a few other, useful things you can do to help recovery…