Fitness

Lesser-Known Summer Games to Play with Your Kids - SavvyMom

Lesser-Known Games to Play with Your Kids

Looking for some new and fun ideas for outdoor activities? Here are some lesser-known ideas for games to play with your kids.

Beating the Winter Blahs - SavvyMom

Beating the Winter Blahs

Feeling blue? You’re not alone. Here are some expert tips to beat the winter blahs.

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy - SavvyMom

Is the Pelvic Floor Hype Legit or Just a Health Buzz?

Women (and men!) are greatly affected by their pelvic floor health and the more we can talk about it the more we can help others live a life free of leaking, pain, and a wide variety of other symptoms.

Eating Mindfully Tips - SavvyMom

Forget Willpower. Eating Mindfully Is Better

Are you eating mindfully? Studies prove just how unperceptive we can be about what we eat and when.

Gratitude for My Daughter's Anorexia Diagnosis - SavvyMom

Finding Gratitude for My Daughter’s Anorexia Diagnosis

How were we to be grateful for our daughter’s Anorexia diagnosis? Yet it was easier to find gratitude than it was to find the reasons we hated it.

There's No Such Thing As Junk Food - SavvyMom

There’s No Such Thing as Junk Food

Chips? Nope. Candy? Nope. Fast food? Nope. Gas station hot dogs? Nope, nope, nope. My daughter’s eating disorder taught me there’s no such thing as junk food.

How to teach a kid to ride a bike - SavvyMom

How to Teach a Kid to Ride a Bike

Making the leap from training wheels to two wheels is a big deal for kids AND parents. Here’s how to teach a kid to ride a bike.

Do You Pee When You Jump - SavvyMom

Do You Pee When You Jump? You Need the Vagina Coach

If you pee when you jump or laugh, that’s incontinence. We talk incontinence, kegels, and pelvic floor health with the Vagina Coach, Kim Vopni.

Aunty Skates - Tips for Skateboarding for Kids - SavvyMom

Aunty Skates’ Tips for Skateboarding for Kids & Their Nervous Parents

The amazing Aunty Skates shares her tips for skatepark etiquette and skateboarding for kids and their (likely) nervous parents.