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With school holidays having just ended you might have just come back from a road trip with kids. Or maybe you are planning some time away for the upcoming Christmas break. Once upon a time road trips used to be fun. When it was just hubby...

Diastasis is when your abdominal muscles separate to accommodate for bub. This is a completely normal process and will happen to every woman during pregnancy. There are differing sizes and depths of separation and that is why it is important to get assessed....

Here are my top 8 super-quick, super-easy and mostly-healthy snacks and treats for time-poor MUMS. I’ve given them a can-you-share-with-the-kids score (ie is it healthy/appropriate enough for your kids), starting with the most shareable first. I have also included a difficulty rating, because sometimes even...

Diastasis is when your abdominal muscles separate to accommodate for bub. This is a completely normal process and will happen to every woman during pregnancy. There are differing sizes and depths of separation and that is why it is important to get assessed....

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Incontinence is common but not normal. We shouldn't accept it as a norm and it is something you can work on and get significantly better. Don’t ignore it. If you are leaking at all, can’t hold on before going to the toilet or fail the...

• Guest post by Shannon from Love by Five • The warmer weather has started to make an appearance and we are so excited at Love By Five for the new arrivals signaling Summer is on it’s way! We love to support Australian and New Zealand designers, and we’ve...

• Guest post by Lauren Gladman• Accredited practicing dietitian (APD) specialising in infant, children and adolescent nutrition for 11 years. Mum to Isla, 4 years and Finn, 2 years. Kids are little energy machines who grow, learn and develop rapidly. Iron is an important nutrient that children need...

Too commonly we see people only strength training in one plane of motion. Think squats and planks just being in one straight line. Everyday life tends to have us going side to side and diagonally. Particularly changing nappies, putting bub in the car and picking...

Mums of the Shire has teamed up with iMove Physio to bring you an awesome video series on all thing pre and post-natal. Plus iMove are offering all Mums of the Shire followers 2 visits at 50% OFF!...