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About Maureen Lake

Maureen Lake is a holistic wellness coach and best-selling author. She is passionate about helping women improve their health, energy, and happiness, especially after a draining illness. Her purpose is to empower women to find their spirit and value in life. Visit https://www.maureenlake.com
Latest Posts | By Maureen Lake
6 Natural Ways to Keep Your Skin Beautiful and Healthy at Any Age
4 weeks ago

6 Natural Ways to Keep Your Skin Beautiful and Healthy at Any Age

There are plenty of skin products and health advice available today that it’s enough to confuse you. It’s no wonder if you’re overwhelmed.

Lotions, potions, exfoliates, botanical oils, anti-wrinkle creams, Vitamin A, E and C. It’s confusing if you don’t know what you need to care for your skin. As you grow in years, feeling beautiful naturally comes with taking good care of yourself. Read More

3 Ways to Start a Successful Business in the Transition to “Retirement”
2 months ago

3 Ways to Start a Successful Business in the Transition to “Retirement”

Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Do you feel like you have so much more to do and say with your life? Read More

5 Key Ingredients for the Perfect Healthy Smoothie
4 months ago

5 Key Ingredients for the Perfect Healthy Smoothie

Yesterday, when I was at the grocery store looking for something to make my headache go away, I had an epiphany about breakfast. Why don’t I make more smoothies when I’m rushing around wanting something healthy to eat? Read More

3 Ways to Biohack Your Health and Find New Energy After 60
4 months ago

3 Ways to Biohack Your Health and Find New Energy After 60

Last weekend I had the pleasure to attend The Feel Good Summit hosted by Dr. Mark Hyman. There were many amazing masterminds and lectures, but as a woman suffering from fatigue, one stuck out for me. Read More

How Changing My Morning Routine Changed My Life Forever
5 months ago

How Changing My Morning Routine Changed My Life Forever

I used to have a terrible time sleeping. I would either lay awake for what seemed like hours or wake up two to three times each night like clockwork. For the longest time, I couldn’t figure out why I was awake, worrying about things I had no control over. Read More