Category: Health & Wellness

how to reboot your life
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Reset Your Mind, Body, and Spirit Well, friends, it’s the beginning of a New Year and New Decade. It sounds rather momentous, doesn’t it? Just the thought of the first day of a new decade makes me want to sit up straight, pick up my pen and write down all of the ways I’m going to change my life, be a wiser, smarter, and better person, and do all kinds of glorious things going forward.

15 creative ways to de-stress your day and your life
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Taking care of ourselves in Midlife Life is great, every day is a gift, and I’m ever so grateful for that. But I know this. Life can also be incredibly stressful. Whether it’s a seasonal rush like the holidays, health-related, family-related, work issues…the list is a long one, isn’t it? We’re in that sandwich generation and we may be caring for children, grandchildren, and aging parents, with our own lives thrown into the mix. Yes,

A Healthy Mindset in Midlife
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What a remarkable series The Midlife ToolBox has been! We’ve been inspired, uplifted, challenged and made to think about who we are, where we’re going and how our healthy mindset affects us as women in midlife. We’ve learned about: Finding Acceptance and Happiness with Being Ourselves Five Keys to Healthy Aging Living Our Best Life and Triumphing Over Adversity Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness Healthy Lifestyle Habits and How They Shape Our Perspective Enjoying Life After

10 healthy behaviors to form a new habit
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It is so easy to say to ourselves, “doggone it, I’m going to stop doing you-fill-in-the-blank“, or “that’s it…I’m going to start you-fill-in-the-blank today!” The words come out of our mouth and we are very sincere when we say them, but it is SO hard to actually form that new healthy habit, or break that nasty habit that we know is hurting our health and well being. As we age, we tend to become more

How to Enjoy Life After 60
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Our guest blogger this week is Jo Castro of Lifestyle Fifty, and she has some words of wisdom to share with us about how to enjoy life after turning 60. I can certainly relate to that! And, even if you haven’t celebrated the “Big 60” yet, you’ll find Jo’s tools to be insightful, relatable, succinct, and on point. Let’s hear from Jo: At each Big 0 birthday from the age of 30 upwards, I’ve felt