#4. Exfoliate your skin. When you slough off that top layer of skin and get off all those dead skin cells it takes years off of your skin.
When you were diagnosed in the 1970s, treatment options were far less sophisticated than they are today.
#10. “I never thought I'd consider 'didn't puke while making lunch' a major accomplishment, but here we are.” – Michelle Back
Because here's the thing: A lot happens to your body postpartum that's foreign and strange and, yes, sometimes disgusting.
Lip smacking. Chewing. Chomping. Those sounds don’t just irk me, they put me over the edge.
#4. Buy food that’s already prepped. That way we can still eat healthy, even when I'm time crunched.
On bad days, I feel like someone is punching me in the gut. My abdomen throbs in tight, irritating pain.
And yes, I've been diagnosed with actual OCD, not the tongue-in-cheek type.
That's right: I drive around in my beat-up minivan, shop the clearance racks, and I'm happy.
I alone have kept the shapewear manufacturers in business, but not anymore.
Hint: TTC or pregnant? You're going to want to read this article for sure.
I've doubted my body since the time I was about 7 years old. But, the strangest thing happened after I gave birth: I stopped hating my body.
An ob-gyn and lactation consultant weighs in on whether your beautiful piercing will get in the way of feeding your baby.
It's one of those icky parts about postpartum life that few people talk about. So, we're filling you in.