Keeping up with the season’s trends, especially when pregnant, can be very time consuming and let’s face it you’ve got heaps of other things to foucs on right now. We thought we’d help by picking out a few key pieces that will leave you feeling ready for the summer without breaking the bank!
Maintaining your health throughout your pregnancy will not only reduce your risk of disorders such as gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, high blood pressure and anxiety but it will also benefit your baby, whose relying on you for growth and development. 
Just because you’ll be going through a range of emotions in your pregnancy, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t put happiness at the top of the must-have list! There is lots of evidence that being happy in pregnancy has many benefits for you and your baby. It’s beneficial for your health because it’s proven that positive emotions and reduced stress levels can reduce pregnancy complications. A happy pregnancy can have a direct impact on fetal development too, helping to prevent premature birth and low birth weight. Being happy and relaxed in pregnancy means you are more likely to bond with your baby, creating a healthy emotional connection that will continue after birth. And when you’re happy you’re much more likely to look after yourself too!
Nothing can put you in that summer mood faster than a brightly coloured drink and a BBQ with friends.  And what better time to socialise with your nearest and dearest than a hot Bank Holiday weekend.
Maternal Mental Health Day – and common pregnancy worries Pregnancy can be an anxious time for many mums-to-be, which is why World Mental Health Day is so important. It’s about raising awareness of perinatal mental health problems, changing attitudes and supporting expectant mums with information, care and support.
It’s National Complementary Therapy Week right now, which raises the question – are complementary therapies safe during pregnancy? 
What Treatments can I do?
The short answer is yes and, whilst massage is one of the safest, there are a whole range of other complementary therapies that are safe for you too.
Of course, you need to check with your doctor before you embark on any therapies like homeopathy, massage or acupuncture, but generally they are non-invasive therapies and therefore low risk in pregnancy. 
February is here, & so is Valentine's Day! Date nights might be a thing of the past, especially during Valentine's Day while pregnant. Celebrating Valentine's Day while pregnant means you may have to get creative and switch up your usual plans. We have you covered with 10 Valentine’s Day ideas when pregnant.
Halloween is a great time to trick your family and friends with a clever pregnancy reveal. From pumpkins that spread the news to slogans on t-shirts there are so many creative and fun ways to let everyone know your big news via your favourite social media platform.

Here at Secret Saviours we know how necessary it is to get plenty of uninterrupted sleep while you’re pregnant! In this blog we’re going to look at the main causes of sleep deprivation in pregnancy and then give you some tips on the best ways to help relieve some of the most common sleep problems.

So, if you’re one of the countless mums-to-be whose been asking yourself “How many hours should a pregnant woman sleep?” then read on.

There are plenty of things you can do to manage your hair during the next few months – so whether you want to get it back under control, or make the best of your new bouncy locks, here are some easy tips on how to take care of your hair in pregnancy.

What day could possibly be better to announce your pregnancy and future child than a day dedicated to love?

As the most romantic day of the year approaches why not consider some of these exciting ways to announce your pregnancy during Valentine’s Day.

What colour should a pregnant woman wear in 2023? Well, finding the right colours to wear can be tricky at the best of times, wondering if that neon orange shirt is really flattering, if your big green coat is a bit too much.. and during pregnancy picking colourful options can be even more scary.