Category Archives: Mum

Get prepped for going #BackToSchool with RED by Modibodi period-proof underwear

With the school season fast approaching, parents are getting prepped for that back-to-school rush. Loading up backpacks, buying school shoes and getting ready for the 9-to-5 routine are all on the to-do list for mums and dads in January – but we have one item that simply can’t be missed off the packing list. Parents […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

My Day by The Real Mumma Adele Barbaro

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We take five with Mummy Blogger and Modibodi Ambassador Adele Barbaro aka The Real Mumma to hear how she balances it all. I’ve had a very varied life. I’ve been a competitive swimmer, a chef, a tour guide and lived in Spain, Italy and England. Whilst gallivanting around Europe, I met Paul who whisked me […]

The next generation shapewear for lady leaks by Modibodi is here!

June Preview Incontinence Period Underwear Modibodi

One of the more frustrating things (among others) in life being a woman is that uncomfortable feeling we get around ‘that time of month’. And even worse is that heavy bloated feeling that comes along with it. At Modibodi, we’ve listened to you and created the ultimate that shapewear leak-proof briefs that contour your body […]

The Must-Do Pregnancy Exercises for a Strong Pregnancy by Kimmy Smith (Fit Mummy Project)

Kimmy Smith Fit Mummy Project Incontinence Period Underwear Modibodi

Modibodi Ambassador, pregnancy and postnatal fitness specialist Kimmy Smith from the Fit Mummy Project [www.kimmysmithfit.com] knows the importance of having a strong body during pregnancy.  Having suffered from incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse after the birth of her first daughter Allegra in 2013, Kimmy has been on a mission to support other women to exercise […]

Mummy Influencers Adele Barbaro, Kimmy Smith And Kash Share Their #ModibodiMummyMoments

This Sunday is Mother’s Day and to give back to our hardworking mummies we’ve asked for them to share their #modibodimummymoments through our Modibodi Mummy Competition on our website, Facebook and Instagram for the chance in winning a prize pack worth $1400. We’ve also reached out to some of our working Mummy influencers Adele Barbaro […]

Modibodi & Mums – A Match Made in Pregnancy

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With one in three women suffering from accidental pee leakage post-birth, pelvic floor problems can really take the gloss off motherhood! Thankfully, Modibodi is here to catch every last drop, nix nasty odours, and help you regain your confidence. Without an embarrassing adult nappy or panty liner in sight. (Or sitting in landfill until the […]

Do you Pee When You Sneeze?

The Fit Mummy Project for Modibodi

Before you start reading. Have you done your pelvic floor exercises today? More than likely you answered no to the above question. (Snaps for you if you answered yes!). For most women, the pelvic floor is out of sight, out of mind. We often don’t even think about it until something goes wrong or we […]