Keeping children hydrated can feel like an impossible task. They don’t like water, and Granny slips them a sugar-filled fruit juice at every opportunity - it’s a losing battle.
In this post, we list 6 fun and simple ways to keep your children hydrated - no bribes needed.
If you didn’t know about the pelvic floor muscles before, you sure do after pregnancy and childbirth!
In this post, you’ll get a complete guide to the pelvic floor muscles - what they are, where they are, what they do, and how to take care of them.
Keep this Mother’s Day simple with a meaningful gift and a home-cooked dinner prepared by you.
Here are 6 of the best gift ideas for new mothers- there’s something to suit every budget and every mum!
With Easter just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about decorating some eggs with the kids to mark the occasion!
Here are 10 simple ideas for decorating Easter eggs this year.
Suijker de Vries recommends getting back to the basics with your partner. “Begin with a massage. It doesn’t have to lead to sex. It’s about rediscovering intimacy, breaking from routines and simply relaxing. The more relaxed you are, the more open you will be for sexual initiative.” She believes in empowering women to rediscover their sexuality with toys, nice lingerie, and even “naughty outfits for staying at home.” Read More
As we enter the month of March, springflowers emerge and the scenery around us transforms into colourful new world. Our bodies naturally want to detox, and so do our minds. Think of the phrase ‘spring cleaning’. It also applies to our bodies! Read More
Valentine’s Day can be just as much fun when spent inside the house - in fact, getting creative and repurposing your home can make the day even more enjoyable!
Here are 10 of the best stay-at-home date ideas for Valentine’s Day this year.
We all know a new pair of shoes, a great haircut or a shiny top can make us feel like a million dollars. When you look good you tend to feel good. However, there is one aspect of self-care that tends to be overlooked – wearing the right underwear. Read More
Read about Olympic champion Karen van der Kolk journey and experience using Carin. Read More
If you are, like Rebecca and Janine, one of the 200 million men and women worldwide with urinary incontinence, it is time to stop being embarrassed and do something about it. It is a real medical condition and there are treatments available to reduce the chances of leaks or eliminate them altogether. Read More
Obesity is the second most common cause of urinary incontinence, and as her weight increases her UI gets harder to control. Excess weight puts undue stress and pressure on pelvic floor muscles so she lines her underwear with thick pads and must always know the location of the nearest bathroom. There is a solution.
How you carry yourself isn’t just about how you look on the outside. It also has amazing benefits for your insides. Good posture is “the correct alignment of body parts supported by the right amount of muscle tension against gravity,” according to the American Chiropractic Association. People are attracted to self-confidence and nothing says self-confidence like good posture. Read More