A post on my experience, having a traumatic birth.
Pregnancy - and especially your first pregnancy - can be a daunting experience. As a self-certified hypochondriac, even the smallest ailment is enough to to send my worry-levels into overdrive, so as you can imagine, when 'with bump' this was a million times worse.
Wednesday saw me slide (literally) as the roads were so icy over to STEP in Leeds, a charity committed to helping the elderly.
I am honoured to share Emily Beckloff's post on her brush with breast cancer. I hope it encourages all to check their breasts more frequently. Thank you Emily for sharing your story-
Hey guys, you might well remember at the start of December last year, I excitingly announced a collaboration with my new partner in crime, renowned TV Psychologist Emma Kenny (and founder of wellbeing site SWITCH), where together we would host a monthly problem page right here on the blog.
Life is busy for all of us, right?
Yay it's that time again-#Brilliantblogposts, one of the busiest blog siestas in town!
If you had one wish for your children, what would it be? I was recently asked this question by Pampers and Unicef as part of their 10th anniversary campaign of coming together for their one, unified wish - to eliminate maternal and newborn tetanus everywhere.
There's lots that you could do from the comfort of your own home. Please don't turn a blind eye. Do something to help. Anything. Whatever you decide, don't choose apathy. #SaveSyriasChildren To donate £5 please text SYRIA to 70008