I’m jetlagged. I’m so blooming tired, I can’t sleep. You know when you need some zeds so badly that you tie yourself up in knots trying to drop off ? That’s been me this week. I’ve just spent five days in New York working with the Women’s Health US team, devising a plan to make WH an even bigger and better global powerhouse. Did you know we’re the fastest growing magazine brand in the world? We’re in 53 countries and publish 29 editions. Pretty impressive, eh? And six years on from its launch, WH UK is still increasing its audience. We recently posted our eleventh consecutive growth in circulation figures and you’re going to see more from us this year than ever, including events, products and books. Exciting times. Speaking of events, I’ve got a busy summer ahead. You’ll find me on stage interviewing some of the most awe-inspiring women in wellness at the season’s best fitness festivals, kicking off with BE:FIT London (4-6 May). If you want to hear me drilling Alice Liveing on how she got her abs, learn why Jasmine Hemsley is perennially zen, and find out what Madeleine Shaw does to retain her gorgeous glow, then get yourself along to London’s Business Design Centre. I’m also hosting the Powerful Women in Business panel so, if you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or looking to make the next step in your career, it’ll be well worth getting in the front row for that one. Remember to come over and say hi. Keep your eyes peeled on my Instagram (@clairesanderson) for more details of other fitness events I’ll be at this year. I hope you like the little present we’ve given you along with the issue this month, courtesy of the wonderful Carly Rowena. Who doesn’t want a great bum, after all? Mine’s never going to be small, but it’s not about size, is it? Let’s concentrate on lifting and strengthening to create a shapely derrière. So, it’s Carly to rescue. We’ve also got a feature this month about how to squat correctly (lots of us don’t) and the best squat variations for your body type. So that’s technique a plan to follow. We’re here to serve. I’m also loving our feature on page 32 about why you should absolutely include carbs in your diet. At we’d never endorse cutting out food groups, but carbs have got a bad rap elsewhere. We cut through all that crap to give you the low-down on the benefits of your spag bol. Don’t forget to let me know what you think of the issue. Until next month.