I knew I could be happy again after loss; I knew I could walk myself happy. This became a pivot point for my 2nd act. In the years that followed I ventured out into the mountains of my home state.
When Melissa was still a teenager, her mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. In true Melissa fashion, she got involved with Cycle for Survival when her mom was in remission.
In 2015, when my kids were 14, 16, and 19, I began to reinvent myself in the fitness industry as certified personal trainer and certified group exercise instructor who specializes in working with people ages 50 and beyond.
None of us are happy with the conditions on the ground right now—being stuck at home, juggling work obligations or being out of work while navigating stir-crazy children, worrying about health and safety and what on earth will happen next.
Networking is not a bad word. It is the lifeblood of making connections and learning new things. So if you are one of those people who hates the idea of networking, I am going to help change your belief and create a positive mind shift.
Writing A Delightful Little Book on Aging was not born of a purposeful intent, rather it was a happy accident that changed everything about my life.…
Having been diagnosed in my early 40s, I lived a sizable chunk of my life marinating in confusion and negative inner dialogue before understanding what was happening to me.
As women, part of us will always miss the body and skin of our youth, but not one of us would choose to go back to the uncertainty and self-consciousness connected to those years.
Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha. How well do you remember our favorite foursome and their antics from Sex & the City?
The retirement experience is different for everyone. There are many factors that affect what we do in retirement; health issues, age, finances, the geographical location where we live and family commitments.