Imagine a tool that not only reduces stress and helps you sleep, but also supports a healthy lifestyle and brings clarity and fulfillment while transitioning through life’s monumental transitions like planning retirement. This versatile tool is none other than mindfulness. For years, I’d heard of its potential to soothe my anxious, busy mind so I […]

A Skeptic’s Guide to Mindful Retirement Planning.

Do you have a voice inside your head beating you down… telling you … Say Hello To The Inner Critic. This inner critic yammers on in the background of our minds. Mostly unnoticed. Leaving us feeling beaten down. Keeping us from accepting, loving, and caring for ourselves. From believing in our potential. And, from living […]

5 Tips to Stop Mentally Beating Yourself Up

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“If I retire and continue to work part-time, am I really retired?” As retiring women, we are at the forefront of redefining “retirement” in the modern era. In this article, I invite you to explore the evolving meaning of retirement. Embrace the evolution. And explore the expanding possibilities that this phase of life offers. Join […]

Embrace The Retirement Evolution

Are you eagerly planning for your retirement? Think about it all the time? Excitement fills the air as you envision the next phase of your life. But, perhaps you have a list of goals and aspirations you want to tackle before you officially retire. Whether it’s losing weight, getting in shape for grand adventures, saving […]

Embracing the Journey of Retirement Planning: Unlocking Happiness with Positive Psychology

Hello amazing women!  I want to share a personal story with you – one that revolves around overcoming muscle pain, finding my strength and embracing the incredible benefits of resistance training.  Resisting the Resistance: My transformation story. Stifled by the stiffness:  You see, there were mornings when I woke up stiff and sore. My back […]

Do You Resist Resistance Training? Embrace the Benefits!

Many of us in our mid 50s and 60s are thinking about retirement and wondering…what am I going to do with all my free time? We know what we DON’T want to be doing: getting up to an alarm, commuting in traffic, dealing with all the responsibilities and deadlines and other people’s agenda. We know […]

So, What’s Next? What am I going to do with the rest of my life?

In a recent informal poll conducted among women of retirement age, it was revealed that creating and maintaining healthy habits often poses the biggest challenge to living healthier lives. The poll highlighted three common areas where women aspire to create healthy habits: losing weight, changing eating habits, and being more active. This blog post aims […]

Creating Healthy Habits Is Easier Than You THINK!

Ya know … when you are doing something that you enjoy doing and you are really good at … You’re doing it without even thinking about it …  You’re challenged, but you’re not worried or stressed or doubting yourself … Hours go by without getting distracted …  You are fully present… In the moment… In […]

5 Tips To “Go With The Flow!”

I have been thinking about creativity in this next chapter of retirement. This new beginning, can be a magical time of discovery, exploration and sharing. We have the time and freedom to be curious. To see where an idea, a moment, a whim takes us. To explore our creativity. To share ourselves authentically. Maybe you […]

What Sparkling Jewels Are Just Waiting To Be Discovered?

Do you have a “committee in your head” giving you all sorts of unsolicited unhelpful advice when it comes to reaching your health goals? Most of us at one time or another have been hindered by these committee members:  These committee members are ….just thoughts in our head! We have thousands and thousands of negative […]

3 ways to stop ANTs (automatic negative thoughts) From Sabotaging Your Health Goals.

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