Whether you are expecting during the COVID-19 pandemic or managing other health priorities, check out Modern Mommie (35 weeks pregnant!) as she hosts Saint Joseph’s University’s Unlimited Learning Series: TeleHealth – Expanding the Access to Care.
I have to admit, I could do much better when it comes to my diet. Diet as in the kinds of food I habitually eat as opposed to “diet” as in a special course of food to which one restricts oneself
“Self-esteem is an aspect of personality that can be cultivated across the lifespan. Dedicated introspection and mindfully growing self-understanding allows for increased ease and fruitful connections. Pregnancy may awaken previously untouched, powerful feelings about self-worth, body image, and familial relationships,”
My skincare savior: Mama Mio. Very early on in my pregnancy I noticed stretch marks on my thighs. A problem that wasnt necessarily new but definitely was worsening. I wanted to minimize those stretch marks while preventing new ones on
My CrossFit coach sent me a great article from Inside the Affiliate on CrossFit for moms-to-be with specific guidelines and movement substitutions. Thought I would share: A CrossFit Coach’s Guide To Training Pregnant Women -emilie
That is a question that spurred a lot of controversy in September 2013 when experienced CrossFit athlete Lea-Ann Ellison posted photos of herself – just two weeks away from giving birth – on the CrossFit Facebook page. Media outlets were
Originally I had planned to write a post about body image. Something that I have struggled with – as many of us do – and I thought that pregnancy would be the one time that my obsession over what I look