Over the last few weeks Giovanna's been taking inspiration from everyone from Beyonce to Demi Moore as part of her Take 5 series.
But today our petal joins a group of women who believe that 'flower power' is the perfect relaxation remedy.
I clung to him in the darkness of those days
On tomorrow's show, Rebecca de Saintonge will be joining Lorraine live in studio to discuss her controversial new memoir One Yellow Door.
In the book she recounts how she had an affair after her husband was diagnosed with an incurable brain disease.
If we invest now we'll save money in the future
Journalist and former political aide to Tony Blair Alastair Campbell joins Lorraine to talk about how his history with depression has inspired him to front a new campaign calling on the government to increase its spending on mental health services in the UK.
It was in 1986 when Alastair first realised he had problems with alcohol. Later that year, he was admitted to hospital and diagnosed with alcoholism and depression after suffering a nervous breakdown.
Kylie switched on the Oxford Street Christmas lights yesterday, and across the country people will be gearing up for the festive season - but do you think it's too early to put on Christmas lights? Have you seen evidence of it? Let us know!
I thought if I can help one mum feel better about themselves, then it would make a difference
Today we were joined by a mum who decided to share untouched pictures of her post baby body online in a determined bid to show the reality of motherhood.
We're often exposed to images of celebrities showcasing trim figures just a matter of weeks after giving birth, but one woman is fast becoming an internet sensation after posting untouched photos of her post-baby tummy online.
Giovanna has baked with babies, got flexible with felines and learnt how to shake her 'booty' like Beyonce.
But for this weeks bit of 'me time', things took a more leisurely pace.
Giovanna took inspiration from Demi Moore in Ghost and got her hands dirty in a pottery class to find out why the art is back in fashion.
It's National Stress Awareness day on Wednesday 4 November.
On average, 23 working days are lost every year on average per case of stress, depression or anxiety, according to the latest estimates from the Labour Force Survey.
The study also reveals that women suffer more badly than men, with 61% of women, aged between 31 and 40, constantly stressed, worried or depressed.
We want to know more about your stress levels? Take our survey before 5pm on Monday 2 November and we'll reveal the results on air during next week's show.