Pelvic Floor Exercises to Improve UI

This post has been sponsored. Remember those pregnancy classes? The ones where they told you how important it was to do your kegel exercises? Did you do them? I did – or at least I did until my daughter was born. Then I was too busy juggling diapers and 2am feedings to worry about kegel […]

Understanding Menopause Symptoms

What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the words menopause symptoms? For most people, the answer would be hot flashes. We’ve all heard the stories about the woman who is freezing one moment and throwing off her clothes the next as a hot flash hits. While that may be the most common […]

Tips for First Time Runners Over 40

I have been working on expanding the different types of workouts I do. While I have been walking for exercise for years, I have never tried running. In the beginning, it was because I was too out of shape to run. I’ll admit that visions of me, overweight and out of shape, running up the […]

What to Wear for Bladder Leakage

Thank you to Depend for sponsoring today’s post about the #dropyourpants for #underwareness movement. I remember a lot of firsts in my life: my first kiss, my first car, my first job. You get the idea. There are a lot of great firsts that I look back on fondly. I don’t look back with fondness […]

How to Deal with Urinary Urgency

This post has been sponsored. Do you know how to deal with urinary urgency? Besides crossing your legs and hoping like heck the feeling passes? Have you ever been school shopping in the mall, with your son, when that feeling hit and you prayed to the heavens that you’d find a restroom and make it […]

Tips for Caregivers and Safe Medicine Usage

I wrote this blog post while participating in a campaign by BOOMboxNetwork.com on behalf the American Gastroenterological Association and received payment for my participation. All opinions stated within are my own. Those who have been reading my blog for a while have probably figured out that in addition to the other hats I wear, I […]