Tag: women over 50

eight simple tips for happy and healthy living
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You read and hear the term often: “how to be happy”, or “how to be fulfilled”, and with only four words in either phrase, you’d think it would be a no-brainer. But it’s not. We are always searching, always wanting to know more, about life, and how to live it to the fullest. Happy healthy living is the goal for all of us. I’ve never met someone who wanted to be miserable and die. We’re

self care for women over 50 - my five essentials
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When you think about self care for women, particularly after the age of 50, what comes to mind? Eating well? Exercising? Keeping our hair trimmed, perhaps covering the gray? Regular dental check-ups? Annual physical? All good things to do and some are very important to our overall health. But let’s dig a little deeper. Why is self care so important? As women over 50 we’re not youngsters any more, our needs have changed over the

foods to avoid after 50 to look and feel your best
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I can remember when deciding what to eat was not a big deal. If I was hungry I would choose something I liked. Boom. Didn’t stop to think about whether or not it was healthy for me, how many carbs I was about to ingest, what the ingredient label looked like (who cares if it’s 3 paragraphs long) or if my organs were going to collapse and fail if I eat too much of this

Three words I'm not going to say as a confident woman
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As we mature, our perspective changes about ourselves and the world around us. We realize that our bodies are adjusting to midlife and our stuff is not what it used to be. Our days, weeks and months may have a vastly different look than in the past. Those inevitable changes can make us stronger, or cause us to question this new chapter in our lives. Are we excited? nervous? worried? anxious? full of anticipation? overwhelmed?

10 simple ways to look younger now, with these look younger secrets!
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Transitioning through midlife sure is interesting. On one hand, our kids are grown and have families of their own, the occupants of our home may have dwindled to one or two (well, except for the furry friends), and we may have waved goodbye to the coworkers for the last time and never looked back. That’s cool. We can take a deep breath, put up our feet and decide what we want to do now. Our