Postpartum pelvic floors and prepping for the return of periods

Any new mum will tell you that having a baby has the ability to change your body quite dramatically. While it’s easy to spot the external changes (like your belly stretching out and your feet swelling up), internal changes can be a little trickier to track – with many mums ignoring their postpartum pelvic floor. […]

Are you on track to spend $16,000 on pads and tampons?

Disposable period products are not only destroying our planet, they’re gobbling up our income too. Even with the recently banished tampon tax, purchasing disposable sanitary products is eating up way too much of our hard earned cash. $16,000 worth, to be super specific. That’s a heck of a lot of dollarydoos on pieces of compressed […]

It’s Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Week in Australia, so it’s time for you to find out more about this illness

Perinatal Anxiety Depression

Firstly, let’s get the medical jargon out of the way: Perinatal means the time immediately before and after childbirth, and can relate to a number of weeks or months. This time is obvious a fairly intense part of anyone’s life as it’s a point of massive change, impacting your health, lifestyle and mental wellbeing in […]

How to get blood out of your period pants

Ever had a period-based incident in your knickers? When your flow runs a little more intensely than you thought and you bleed through your undies? If so, then you’ll have dealt with the irritating issue of trying to get period blood out of your underwear. While most will give up and just chuck the undies […]

Sustainable Christmas gifts to buy your eco-warrior friends

Sustainable Christmas Gifts

Christmas shopping is one of those tasks that either brings you extreme joy or extreme stress. Gathering gifts for your nearest and dearest offers you the chance to get them something they really want, but the hecticness often means that you end up panicking at the last minute and getting them something, well, below average. […]

This is the real environmental damage caused by disposable period products

When it comes to periods, we are far too busy getting frapped off with our own usually-immensely-ill-timed bleeding to focus on anything other than just getting through the week without ripping someone’s head off or bleeding through our jeans. That’s why when we found out the impact our tampons and pads have on the environment, […]

It’s. Not. Just. Your. Hormones. by Lucy Peach

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This week is Mental Health Week and I have 5 words I’d like to share – It’s. Not. Just. Your. Hormones. How many times have you heard this? How many times have you sucked the air to the back of your top teeth and said it to yourself? “Oh, it’s probably just my hormones…” We […]

Why PMS Is A Serious Health Issue

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October’s Mental Health Awareness Month so we’re shifting our focus to all things related to the mind and how it works. If you’ve ever had a period, there’s a 30% chance you’ve experience Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and if you haven’t experienced it yourself, you’ve probably heard about it from friends, health articles and mummy blogs. […]

Debunking Myths About Swimming On Your Period

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With Modibodi swimwear, there’s no need to miss out on going to the beach or relaxing poolside. Don’t worry, this isn’t going to be a post dedicated to how powerful and protective our swimwear is against spotting, light bladder leaks and light periods – those posts will come later, this post is dedicated to busting […]

6 Things People Don’t Tell You About Postpartum with Amelia Parkinson

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YOU Bleed A LOT! I certainly did not know that I would bleed for that long- no one ever said. I figured that it would just be like a normal period- 5 day or so…. I was greatly mistaken. Also, the clots were something I also wasn’t prepared for and the first time I had […]