I Want Me Back

I haven’t really been myself this year and I’m very aware of it. After losing my baby earlier in the year I got very low and I feel like I just kept spiralling further and further down. Things have just seemed to get harder and harder all year. I’ve been worried about my health and had check-ups that haven’t gone…

Fitness Update: Prosecco and Profiteroles Edition

Since I got pregnant a few months ago I have been really unhappy with my body, and have struggled a bit with my weight – moreso than I ever have before. It was like my body still thought I was pregnant, and expanded appropriately to hold a baby that was no longer there. It may sound a bit stupid or…

16 Ways to Get Kids to Eat More Healthily

Getting little ones to eat healthily can be hard work at the best of times. Did you know, almost 1 in 3 children aged 2 to 15 are overweight or obese, and that more money is spent on treating obesity and diabetes each year, than on the police, fire services, and judicial system combined? So it’s obviously really important that…

My Experience of Hospital Care in England

You hear a lot of people talking about hospital care in the UK all the time, some of it good and some of it bad. I’ve been in hospital many times over the years for my gynaecological issues as well as fertility treatment and care. I’ve been very lucky to have experienced mostly all positive experiences during my stays and…

Get Your Family MOVE-ing with VitalityMove and Jessica Ennis-Hill

VitalityMove is an exciting new family fitness festival created by Jessica Ennis-Hill with Vitality. The first event is in Chatsworth and is now less than a couple of weeks away and I’m so excited to be involved. VitalityMove combines fitness with music to create a fun festival to get families moving. You can choose to run 10km or 5km distances…