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Bringing the unseen into the spot light and making a big show of it.
8pm – Log back in to get a bit more work done. There is the never-ending to-do list both for my day job and my new business…
Ever so frequently, people ask me “how do you do it” with a shake of the head? Or, MY WORST NIGHTMARE, “oh, do you still sing?” I had BABIES not LOBOTOMIES. Do you know how long it took me to get good at this?!
Guest Blog by Woman’s Physiotherapist, Claire Rutherford
Why birth gets a bad name, by Rachel Smith
Shocking news that changed Caz and her family’s life forever…
Lisa Few: Woman’s Physiotherapist
I'm a big advocate of using a planner otherwise things simply don't get done. Coffee is my main fuel!
Suzy is an author, wellbeing psychologist and yoga teacher specialising in empowering people with the tools of self-care. Here she shares her music choices.
I think I only stayed because you got to sing the descants of Christmas Carols in Assembly!
We spend so much time preparing for the birth and the days ahead, let’s not forget to remember the time before the birth too.
If there’s one thing you take from this, let it be this - it's not a battle, we’re on the same team.
Space at 61 is very much an example of not throwing the baby out with the bathwater. Its Plan B. Its When Life Gives you Lemons. It has stretched me further than I ever dreamed, and it has been amazing.
I knew that I did have a choice and that hospital guidelines are just that – guidelines, based on an average. It was a guess date and in my case we guessed wrong!
I now get to choose who I have contact with every day and so I have surrounded myself with lovely, supportive people who I genuinely want to be with!
I’m also proud of the little achievements, like my ability to be mostly positive, be mostly kind to myself and think for myself rather than do what is expected!
It’s very rare to have a bad day but on the rare occasions it does happen, I just keep remembering why I'm doing this - to help people in the same way I've been helped in the past.
I’m most proud of the work-life equilibrium I try to achieve…
My classes are somewhere where children can get messy, mums can relax because there is no clean up, make friends and enjoy a cuppa!
My work has never felt like work to me and this is precisely what I love about my job. I
consider myself so lucky to do a job that is also my absolute passion in life.