So you’ve found out you’re pregnant with your first child and have announced it to the world. Rashida Tayabali's ‘advice’ (pun intended) is to brace yourself for a barrage of (helpful and unhelpful) advice coming your way for the next nine months.
A good birth plan need not be a very complex and long document. Although you may not be able to predict what will happen during your labour, you can definitely plan for how you want your child to be brought into this world, writes Rashida Tayabali.
Finding an attractive and comfortable bra at any stage of life is a challenge for most women. Finding one during pregnancy that is comfortable, adapts with changes in your body and makes you feel attractive can be a nightmare. Tracey Montford from CAKE lingerie shares her tips.
The focus on women’s bodies post-pregnancy (or any time at all) is not healthy, writes Sandi Sieger. It’s not constructive. It’s not even important. Where is the focus on health? On happiness? On a happy heart and mind?
A unique maternity coaching program is helping organisations deal with the issues arising from gender diversity and female retention within the Australian professional services industry, writes Sandi Sieger.
You may know because she told you, or because a little while ago she blurted it out across social media, but if you don’t, here’s Sandi Sieger's very special news: she's having a baby.