Thank you for visiting my blog! I provide resources for women seeking tips on healthy habits & time management skills so they can find more time for family and fun!

And because my background is in pelvic health physical therapy, you’ll find a lot of information about pelvic health, too.

I think women’s health is such a taboo topic in our society. Women’s health and fitness information should be accessible, approachable, and practical. So, I like to write on these topics conversationally to make the content fun and easily digestible.

If we’re uncomfortable discussing these issues, our daughters will be, too.

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How to Complete a Voiding Diary

Complete a voiding diary to track your bathroom habits and address urinary incontinence and urgency.

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Track Your Water for Good Pelvic Health

You should drink 6 to 8 cups of water a day. This will help you to stay hydrated and be in good health. Track your water for good health.

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7 Pelvic Floor Exercises You Can (And Should) Do At Home

Learn about seven pelvic floor exercises that will help develop your pelvic floor and core muscles.

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Bad Bladder Behavior: 5 Ways to Retrain Your Bladder

Understand what bad bladder behavior is and ways to retrain your bladder to eliminate urinary incontinence.

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How Much Should you be Drinking & Peeing

Read up on how much water you should drink in a day and learn about how various fluids can affect your bladder.

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Urinary Incontinence: Why You May Need More Than Just Kegels

What are urinary incontinence and common myths intended for an audience seeking relief from symptoms of urinary incontinence?

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How to Use Vaginal Dilators after Radiation Therapy

Learn how to use vaginal dilators to treat vaginal stenosis after pelvic radiation therapy.

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Miso Jalapeno Zoodles Stir-Fry

It’s been a while since I wandered the produce aisle to find inspiration for some meals this week. Grabbed my favorite variety of veggies to fill up the fridge. Then I found a Miso Jalapeno marinade that inspired this meal. I love to mix and match plants with unique blends of seasoning and marinades. Lunch…

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Green Pea, Potato & Goat’s Cheese Frittata

Green Pea, Potato & Goat’s Cheese Frittata

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Mushroom & Brie Omelet

Easy 5-ingredient recipe for breakfast.

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How to explain to kids that breathing affects the pelvic floor.

When explaining this experiment to your kids, ask yourselves, “What is happening to all the organs and tissues below the diaphragm?”

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5 Breathing Exercises To Help Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor

Discover exercises that you can incorporate breathing in to help address your core areas by reducing strain and providing a gentle stretch across your pelvic floor.

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How do parents start the conversation about pelvic health?

Talking about pelvic health can be tricky for most parents.

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Yolanda Tsang, PT

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist: Yolanda Tsang, PT – Combining Care & Passion

Yolanda Tsang has been a physiotherapist since 1993 with additional training and certifications in treating pelvic floor dysfunctions.

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How do vaginal weights help my incontinence?

Vaginal weights are used to treat stress urinary incontinence by strengthening your pelvic floor muscles.

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Am I squeezing my pelvic floor muscles the right way?

Find out how to use the pelvic floor exercise indicator correctly.

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