Since we had children. Before I had Xav (BX, if you will) I was in the gym 4-5 times a week. Before work, after work, lunchtimes, weekends…it fitted comfortably around my job as a PR Manager. I didn’t see it as a luxury. I saw it as something I did

If you’re a regular gym-goer, workout DVD Queen or runner, you’ll know how different you feel if you go a few days without the burn. Maybe (like me) before you had kids, fitness was a big part of your life and you’ve struggled to get it onto your mountainous to-do

So many column inches are devoted to ‘helping mums get their bodies back’ after having a baby. But so many of these ‘helpful’ information campaigns and product offerings actually seem to be missing the point. When I became a mum, I thought – because I’d been conditioned that way –

Whether you had children this year or 30 years ago, I’m pretty sure you’ll want the same thing as I (and practically every Mama I know) want. We want to feel good about ourselves. We want to feel more confident and strong. I was getting out of the shower this