The Coronavirus has arrived and it has turned life as we know it upside down. Although this is such a terrible, scary time for us all, there’s no need to live in despair. Here are 10 things you should be doing right now to improve your Coronavirus experience. I’m not saying everything will now be rosy, but your situation will be improved!Read More
One of the hardest hurdles at the moment is figuring out how to avoid weight gain when working from home. Most of us are holed up indoors which can make sticking to a good nutrition program extra difficult. With a little thought and some extra planning, you can avoid weight gain when working from home.Read More
With the flower buds just starting to peek through the dirt, now is the time to spring into new beginnings with National®. I love clothing so I was thrilled when National® reached out to me with their new line of moisture wicking and UV protection sports wear. “Active wear meets attractive wear” is the best way to describe their new WIC-TECH collection!
Okay, okay . . . something other than a weight in my hand? Yes! Now is the season to spring into new beginnings so I thought “why not try something new?” So I decided to give tennis a try! Just trying to hold the racket correctly is a challenge for me. But do you know what’s easy? Choosing this adorable outfit!Read More
Things inevitably change as we transition into our sixties. For many of us groovy gals, we enter the decade with new experiences, and likely some new aches and pains, too. In order to maintain a consistently healthy lifestyle, we have to adjust our diets and exercise to accommodate this next phase in our lives.Read More
While the start of a new calendar year can be the perfect time to set new fitness goals, it’s up to us, ladies, to listen to our bodies to set realistic, smart and safe fitness goals. What’s the benefit? It’s two-fold. Fitness isn’t a one-size-fits-all mentality. No two women are the same – and those of us in our fifties and sixties certainly aren’t in the same place as women in their twenties and thirties. Our bodies are different, and we have to account for these differences when we set our fitness goals. The benefit here is that if we take the time to recognize and set smaller, realistic goals, we’re more likely to accomplish them.