Exercising My Birthday Rites (of Passage) at Rancho la Puerta. Travel, fitness, good books (and their authors), great friends, healthy food – who wouldn’t have a special birthday?
I’m turning 56 in a few days, right on the heels of attending the IDEA World Fitness Convention. I don’t care either way about tacking on another year, yet I have noticed a trend over the past few years. I seem to be becoming less visible. Or maybe just less desirable. Let me explain.
How will you make the most of your second half of life so you can say that aging has certain benefits? Do you agree with our list of the Top 3 Things midlife women love about being “older?”
To make lasting healthy changes, it’s important to identify the steps that will get you there. Successful change comes from mapping out specific, small, sustainable steps so you can get from 1 to 10, then stay at 10.
Feeling optimistic? If you want to live longer, happier, healthier, and maybe even wealthier, then take a look at these Fun Fit Facts drawn from recent studies and surveys. Age actively knowing the benefits optimism brings.
Want to live happier, longer, better, with less stress? Step outside for a moment and contemplate the extent and degree to which nature positively affects you. Whether you hike, walk, run, roll in a wheelchair, or ….
Want to entice baby boomer women into the world of movement and exercise? Don’t scare us off with these 5 painful expressions and unmotivational sayings:
A reader wonders if exercise is an option with an arthritic hip. Luckily, research supports four recommendations, and those are… (click the link to find out)
Guest post: What advice does mom have as I get ready to launch my post-college career? I hope her advice works for you as well, no matter your age or life stage
How would you respond if you were asked to speak at a big wine event yet rarely drank wine? Of course, we raised our hands (if not our wine glasses). Then we came up with 5 ways exercise and wine are quite similar. Can you think of others?