Looking after Yourself

When you enter the world of parenting, you become so focused on the needs of your children that you often neglect your own. As loving and selfless as this is, mothers and fathers deserve to look after themselves as well.

In the last 3 years, I have lost 25kg simply by eating healthy and exercising. For the first time in my life, I am proud of my body.

And this pride isn’t about being vain or caring what others think about me: it’s about finding happiness within myself. When someone loves who they are as a person, they are more likely to lead a happier life.

That’s why I’m promoting a product called the Laselle Kegel Exerciser by Intimina. Women are always encouraged to do their pelvic floor or Kegel exercises; to help in the areas of pregnancy, menopause, continence and intimacy.

But as a mother of 3, I know how difficult it is to find time to do my exercises.

However, with the Kegel Exerciser, you can work your pelvic floor muscles so much easier! There is a choice of 3 balls, each of varying weights; that help to effectively improve your muscles.

It took me a little time to adjust to the product, but I think that’s the same with anything in life. In order to have what we want, we must look beyond the struggles and work hard to get the results.

To help women out there feel better about themselves, I am doing a PRIZE GIVEAWAY!

* 5 lucky readers will win one Laselle Kegel Exerciser ball each! *

If you would like to go into the draw to win one, please click on the following form:
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Please remember, no matter what happens in life; whether you are a mother, a father, or someone busy with work commitments – you ALWAYS deserve to look after yourself.

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Thuy Yau is a freelance writer and Youth Work graduate living in Perth, Australia. She loves to share personal stories about overcoming adversity, as she believes that human beings are more capable than they realise. She writes to make a positive difference in the world and to inspire others to learn from themselves and their own experiences. Her writing has been discussed on radio, won writing contests, appeared on The Huffington Post UK and major Australian sites such as news.com.au, SMH, Kidspot and Essential Kids. She volunteers her time as Newspaper Project Manager for Millennium Kids, a youth empowerment organisation.

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