When the temperature soars – whether external or internal — nothing cools you down like a delicious skinny iced coffee. Making a tasty low calorie beverage is incredibly easy and definitely tastes as good as the fancy drinks you get you know where 🙂Read More
Exercising in hot weather can be a challenge but with a little thought it can be done safely. Many women over fifty walk or jog as their main form of cardio so it’s important to be able to maintain this activity when the temperature soars. It’s always better to be safe than sorry so here are some general rules for you to follow.Read More
Happy Friday ladies! I’m so excited for our Spring edition of the Ageless Style Series. We are continuing with our fantastic and diverse group of bloggers all styling a similar seasonal trend in a variety of ways. Our spring theme is DENIM!
Food. Water. Denim. Let’s get back to essentials ~ Anonymous
At almost seventy I cannot remember a world without denim. I know when I was really, really young the only people who wore denim were male workers like miners. But boy have things changed. Denim is now a fashion staple for women of all ages. They are worn when hanging out, going to work, and can even be dressy enough to wear formally. And denim is not just for jeans anymore. The denim jacket has become a wardrobe staple for most of us. And there are denim shirts, skirts and dresses. But I am obsessed with denim jeans.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.Read More
I always enjoyed going out for Valentine’s Day. It made me feel special to have my husband plan an evening (even though I did most of the planning) and I would get all dressed up for the occasion. Now that I’m middle aged I find that all the hype associated with this holiday is just that — hype. You spend a lot of money eating food you really are not crazy about from a very limited menu and you spend a fortune!Read More