1. 10 uncomfortable pregnancy conditions and how to get relief

    10 uncomfortable pregnancy conditions and how to get relief

    By Dr. Amelia Bailey, Ob/Gyn

    Motherhood—as you likely know if you’re reading this—is rewarding, but not the bed of roses it’s often portrayed as. In fact, it can be pretty uncomfortable, painful or occasionally embarrassing, too. Here are a few conditions we can run into as we grow our little human, along with some ways to cope.

    #1 Morning sickness

    First of all, the person who named it morning sickness obviously never suffered from this condition. It is actually morning, noon and night sickness. And it’s worst from 6-11 weeks of pregnancy. Try to eat small meals throughout the day. As long as you’re not a diabetic, it’s okay to eat more carbohydrates at this stage since that is what the pregnancy needs. Listen to your body, and do not force yourself to eat. Btw, you are not actually eating for two–it is closer to eating for 1.01.

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  2. Pregnancy Do's and Don'ts with Dr. Amelia Bailey - Episode No. 1

    Pregnancy Do's and Don'ts with Dr. Amelia Bailey - Episode No. 1

    At Reverie, we believe in the power of science and medicine. We work with some distinguished professionals who advise us on matters of sleep and health. Meet Dr. Amelia Bailey, a Harvard-trained Ob/Gyn and infertility specialist, who just happens to be the mom of two toddlers herself. We asked Dr. Bailey to give us some detailed tips and info on pregnancy, and she created this exclusive nine-part series for us.

    Episode No. 1:  Listen to Your Body

    Dr. Bailey talks exercise, nausea, smoothies and eating strategies for the first two trimesters to help keep your baby healthy. Enjoy, and be sure to watch her other eight great videos.

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  3. How I Achieve Work Life Balance by Dr. Amelia Bailey, new mom

    How I Achieve Work Life Balance by Dr. Amelia Bailey, new mom

    By Dr. Amelia Bailey, Ob/Gyn

    My life is probably not much different than yours: many people vying for my time and attention, a to-do list that is never-ending, and too few hours in the day to get it all done. Saving time for myself is a luxury. I think it is called the daily grind because it cannot be done without coffee.

    If you fall into the latter category, you aren’t alone. Everyone is there at some point; the smartest people find a way to manage work life balance gracefully. While my life is always a work in progress, I have recently spent a good bit of time rearranging the weekdays in order to feel more productive in all areas of my life: family, career, exercise, personal growth, and possibly most importantly sleep.  That sounds great; but how to achieve work life balance?  The following has worked for me: prioritize responsibilities and needs, set a schedule for the weekdays, and operate efficiently.

    Prioritize your responsibility and

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