2015 in Review! Happy New Year!

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As we close 2015, I just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU to those of you who have started this journey with me to better understand pelvic health problems, pain, and really, the whole human body. It has been a wonderful blessing in my life, and a surprisingly great first year of the blog!

In this first year, we have had close to 35,000 views from 145 different countries, and that is so very humbling and exciting! I have really enjoyed learning, writing, and journeying with you all, and I am thrilled for some super fun new content to come in 2016 (hint: video editing software was on my Christmas list!)

So, to re-cap, as we tend to do at the end of a year… our top 5 blog posts of 2015 were:

#5 Is Running Bad for a Woman’s Pelvic Floor?

#4 A Pain in the Tail…bone (Part 2- Treatment)

#3 Pelvic Floor Problems in the Adult Athlete: Pelvic Floor Muscle-Related Pain

#2 A Pain in the Tail…bone (Part 1- What is it? How does it happen? How does it feel?)¬†

annnndddd number 1, without a contest…….Druummmrolllllll…..

#1 6 Reasons Why the Diaphragm may be the Coolest Muscle in the Body

2015 is a wrap! I’ll see you in the NEW YEAR!!

~ Jessica

2 thoughts on “2015 in Review! Happy New Year!

  1. Love your blog! Thanks for all that you do!


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