With the leaves just starting to change color, now is the time to fall into fashion with National. I make no secret that I love clothing so I was thrilled when National reached out to me again with their new fall collection. A family and female-owned company, National strives to make beautiful, affordable — and most importantly — comfortable clothing that reflects the needs of today’s midlife woman. In the catalog business for over 65 years, their online store also offers some of those hard-to-find health and wellness products along with their super comfy clothing.Read More
Hell hath no fury like a woman not seeing results from her workouts! There’s nothing more frustrating than spending hours exercising and getting nothing in return. The reality is that there are multiple factors that can greatly impact the overall experience and effectiveness of your workout. To get the best results possible, there is work to be done both inside and outside of the gym.Read More
Your sixties can be a healthy, happy and exciting time – if you set yourself up for success and create strong habits from the get-go. As women approaching a delicate time in our lives, we owe it to ourselves to foster a deep understanding of how our bodies have matured. It’s once we understand these changes that we can then adopt effective weight loss strategies to combat that pesky weight gain that’s associated with our age group.Read More
As if dieting wasn’t already complicated, 2019 has shined a light on a number of trendy options. You’ve heard these terms before – Paleo, Keto, Atkins. South Beach, Whole30 -– maybe you’ve even tried them. But, before you can make a decision about what’s the best option for YOU, you should truly understand the nuances and benefits of each régime.
For my fellow gals that are over the age of 50 – we have to be conscious of what our bodies need, as well as any health concerns we may have. That’s why I’m going to talk you through these top diet trends of 2019.Read More
DOWNSIZE: to make smaller or reduce in size. That sounds like a word I might use talking to a client or perhaps in a blog post about self-control to lose weight. But I never used this word when talking about my home. Throw out junk or clean up stuff is how I always referred to getting rid of objects I no longer needed or wanted. But downsize is what was needed. My adult children have moved out and I don’t really need my big house anymore. Or do I? What should be the next step? Regardless of what I decide to do I came to the realization that my house needed to go on a diet.Read More