Category: Health & Wellness

Simple morning routine for women over 50
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There is something about a simple, healthy morning routine that has a positive impact on my day. It’s not that I’m obsessing over making sure that I do the same things at the same time every day…not like that at all. So what is it that makes a difference? I believe that as women over 50 (or any age, really) when we start our day with some reflection and self care, we provide our mind

kali boxes organic feminine care
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I recently learned about Kali Boxes for safe, organic feminine care, and would love to share this knowledge with you. It isn’t ‘just another choice’ in the ever increasing array of subscription box services. Kali Boxes are a wonderful source for women (and young women) who are committed to using feminine products that are safe for their bodies as well as for the planet. After all, when we establish high standards for what we will

best tips for enjoying holiday meals without gaining weight
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Are you going to be doing some serious holiday eating? The best tips to enjoy holiday meals without gaining weight are not rocket science, my friends. No revelations, here. There is a bit of a secret, though, to finding success during this time of year when binge eating is…well, almost acceptable. I’ll tell you what it is. You need to commit to following ALL of these simple actions, EACH TIME  you are going to a

how healthy eating can help you sleep
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If you’ve been wondering how healthy eating can help you sleep better, I have some great news for you. It can! And, if you’re anything like me, sleep seems to elude me more often as I age. Nutrition isn’t just important to your diet and fitness. It can also make a huge impact on your sleep, and, ultimately, your overall health. In fact, your choice at the kitchen table can either boost sleep quality, helping

learning to take care of ourselves in midlife
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We all know what ‘halftime’ means in sports. The first half of the game has been played; the second half of the game is upcoming. It’s smack in the middle. Some call us the sandwich generation. It is not so different for us as women in midlife. We can look back on our past and see so many memories and experiences through the years. Our children are probably grown, or getting to that point in