Embracing flexible working and managing your talent through the transition of pregnancy and new motherhood go hand in hand but many companies still struggle with the realities of introducing really flexible working and supporting their managers in how to manage a more fluid stye of working.
Yes please, I’ll have some of that.
Yesterday, I visited Unilver’s London head office and attended the launch of Claire Fox’s first book.
Keeping the lower back healthy is essential for being able to carry the extra weight of your growing baby. Asymetrical exercises strengthen each side of the back independently. Being on all 4s is a great position for pregnancy as it allows your baby to lie in the hammock of your belly with plenty of space to move around.
Open twists are a great way to massage tired shouders and upper back. This part of the body structurally supports an open heart. With the weight of a growing baby and the stresses of life our shoulders and upper back can round.