Showing posts from March, 2018

10 Tips To Live A Heart Healthy Life Physically and Emotionally in Mid-Life

Stretching Does Your Body Good  Stretching makes you stronger!  Yes, it helps with flexibility as well and it gets your blood flowing. Stretch about 7 10 minutes every morning when you get out of bed. Here is a really simple stretch routine that you can try"  The Leaning Tower - Leaning first to your left . try to elongate your body by creating the greatest amount of distance possible between your left pinkie and your left heel.  Hold for 15 seconds, then switch sides.   The Pecs Flex - As you lift your hands as high as possible, with your arms behind you, squeeze your shoulder blades together and open your chest.  The Hippie - Pretend your head weighs 500 pounds, and let it pull you down. Bend on knee and hold for 15 seconds, then change legs. 
Count Your Steps 
One way to ensure that you are getting enough exercise is to count your steps.  The number of steps you walk each day. Taking 10,000 steps a day can go a long way in having a slimmer frame, a toner body, and overall better he…

Learning How To Heal Emotionally and Spiritually in Mid-Life - Two Women Share Their Stories

By the time we reach Mid-life we have many stories to share.  It is amazing how we feel so isolated and players may be different, and the outcomes may vary, but the fact that we have all been through life-altering experiences is very true.  

On my podcast series "The Wellness Journey"  we have done some wonderful interviews with women who have shared their stories of spiritual, emotional and physical healing.  Not only are their stories inspiring you find that the themes/topics are very familiar.  We are more alike than we are different.  Part of being well is being able to share those things about our lives that are similar and also that are different.  Sharing helps us to grow, and in some cases helps us to heal.  

Enjoy these interviews...they are inspiring!

"Releasing The Pain – A Woman’s Journey of Pursuing Emotional Healing In Mid-Life" If you could go back through all the memories of things that have hurt you, that have caused feelings of abandonment, betrayal, …