I was honoured to be asked to write an article for Dr Catherine Hansen’s Woman2Woman blog. Dr Hansen specialises in Women’s Health and recently wrote a 5 part series of articles for my website about Menopause. Here is the opening extract from my post and I hope you will click on the link below to read the article in… Read more »
Welcome to My A to Z Guide to a Healthier, Happier You! Will you give yourself the gift of time for 26 days to transform your life to a healthier, happier version of You? You deserve it AND best of all it is FREE! To me, Health and Happiness go ‘hand-in-hand’. I don’t believe you can have one… Read more »
In April, I am participating in the 2016 Blogging from A to Z Challenge! My friend, Leanne, from Cresting the Hill told me about it so we are both going to give it a try. It will require commitment as we need to post something for 26 days, each day based on the alphabet and following a theme. Today… Read more »
This week was International Women’s Day a day to celebrate the achievements of women with our sisterhood. I was listening to a radio program who asked the question “Which Woman has had the most influence in your life?” They were then going to interview ‘Women of Influence’ on the program. Now I suppose we can all answer that question of… Read more »
Like most people, my life can become hectic – even in retirement – and it is sometimes so easy to lose sight of what is important in our lives. Life takes over, we are tossed back and forth like flotsam on the ocean and it is enough just to survive another day. We forget how to enjoy life and those… Read more »
The results of my recent survey on Midlife and Positive Ageing are in and I’m so happy to report that from the results we are all looking forward to this new phase of life. I want to thank you all for completing the survey with such detailed and thoughtful answers. I am excited to have some ideas from the results… Read more »
When I left one of my jobs, I left with $15,000 worth of sick leave accrued (unfortunately not paid out). Yes – that’s a lot of sick leave not taken over a 10 year period. Back then, my attitude was that if you weren’t ready to be admitted to hospital you packed your tissues and Panadol and took your germs… Read more »
I was pondering what to write about this week when I came across a book in my office “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Women” by Kristine Carlson. I had been given this book a couple of years ago and had just flicked through it at the time because I was busy trying to be Wonder Woman! Oh yes we… Read more »
Have you ever been to China? It was on my bucket list but not near the top so when my husband and I decided to take a cruise from Bangkok to Beijing it was obvious that we would stay on a further week and explore the city of Beijing.
Do you ever feel that you are experiencing ‘Ground Hog Day’? You may have seen the movie with Bill Murray where he wakes up at the same time, on the same day every day. This feeling of being in a routine or ‘rut’ can have a negative affect on your mind and body.
Is 60 the Beginning or the End? Reaching 60 can be the beginning or the end of your life depending how you look at it. I read an article this week which made me feel sad and then frustrated. It was about a woman who feels invisible and 60. At first I felt quite sorry for the lady and then… Read more »
Had your blood pressure checked lately? You don’t have to be over 45 to check your Blood Pressure. Hypertension can be a silent killer as we don’t even know we have it. Read why you need to have your blood pressure checked today. If left unchecked, high blood pressure can have irreversible damage to the heart and kidneys… Read more »