Maybe you tinkle when you sneeze, or leak when you giggle. You know you should do something about it, but you’re not sure where to start. Did this post resonate with you? You are not alone! Urinary incontinence, while definitely not normal, is quite common and getting more and more prevalent. But don’t hide […]

One of the most fun things about living next to a college campus is being able to relive the milestones of my own college experience every year. There’s move-in in the fall, commencement in the spring, Greek recruitment in January and the inevitable crush of prospective student tours the entire second semester. And, starting in […]

A friend of mine shot me a text recently that said, Allergy season: always a good reminder to be consistent with pelvic floor work. You see, we live in Atlanta, where spring is stunning and life-affirming and extremely well-pollinated. Augusta, the home of the famed Masters golf tournament, is a few hours east of Atlanta. Whenever […]

There’s this cartoon making the rounds on Facebook. It’s got a man and a woman, and they’re walking down the street. She says, “My desire to be well-informed is currently at odds with my desire to remain sane.” It’s from The New Yorker and it was created by cartoonist David Sipress. And, it might be the […]

You haven’t heard from me much recently because  I have so many projects up in the air! I am working on multimedia projects, jamming on my third book, still shopping my second book to agents, developing a Girls’ Night Out workshop and cementing some affiliate partnerships. Don’t rely on Facebook to hear the latest. It wants me […]

I had my annual physical a few weeks ago. I see a fabulous functional medicine M.D. and her nurse practitioner. Put simply, I love the care I get there. They assess my weight, height, body fat, muscle mass and muscle mass distribution with this fancy-pants machine that I would name if I had any clue […]

Move More At Work!

According to WebMD, the number one excuse people give for not exercising is that they don’t have time. So, to start, I don’t really love the use of the term “excuse.” Let’s all agree that it’s more of a reason. Because: work demands; kids needing to be fed, clothed, bathed and driven places; marriage or […]