Hi everyone! Here are the biggest news stories for August 18, 2018 along with a few of my own thoughts. I also have a fascinating question to ask all of you about how your childhood shaped your life. I hope that you will join the discussion!
The ideal approach to losing weight and getting fit is based on positive preference rather than harsh self-denial. The key is to consciously choose to weigh less and be in better shape as a preference over the old habits of over-eating and avoiding exercise.
Some women, we admire because of their resilience and strength of character. Other women, we love because of their values and compassion. We revere women who are beautiful from the inside out. And we respect some women because they stood up for what they believed in. Finally, we adore a rare few because of their immense talent.
Contrary to popular belief, aging does not make you less adventurous and less creative. This is one of the debunked seven myths about aging that could be hurting your potential.
It was a lively bunch. The 12 people in my class were from a smaller company that provides conference services. It had recently been purchased by a much larger global corporation in November 2016.
You’ve been saving money in your 401K for most of your adult life. Now that you’re retiring, what happens to that money? Join us in discussion with financial expert Pam Krueger who says that taking control of your money in retirement is as easy as 1-2-3. Enjoy the show!
Whether it’s because of hormones, a busy brain, or a snoring partner, many women over 50 find it difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep. What should we be eating before bed to help us drift off to Dreamland and stay there? Join us in conversation with registered dietitian Ashley Koff who has some great ideas for us to try. Enjoy the show!
Being the right weight is a lot about loving yourself. You can’t love yourself fully if you’re depriving yourself of looking your best, waiting for that perfect figure. You can’t love yourself if you squeeze into too tight clothes or wear oversized tunics that hide you.
Nowadays, tattoos are pretty commonplace – in fact, it’s actually more of a rarity to find someone who doesn’t have a tattoo, than someone who does. Especially when it comes to younger generations.