“So, what does your 48th year look like?” my friend asked. I was at a loss for words and felt oddly uncomfortable. Had I lost all fire, drive and ambition. Is this what happens to middle age women?
Mind + Body
Is there such thing as ‘good’ stress? Roxy of BareHands.com.au shares her tips for deciphering between ‘real’ stress a ‘fake’ stress and finding the peace and contentment you desire.
As a personal trainer I run into middle-aged women all the time in the gym who once thought they would never be regular exercisers. Now they are—and they started with an easy workout like this one.
Parental Alienation is a group of behaviors that are damaging to children’s mental and emotional well-being, and can interfere with a relationship of a child and either parent.
How would your life change for the better if a healthy meal were ready and waiting at the end of the day? No more decisions, no scrambling, no improvising, no takeout or no clean up. How would you fill your freed-up time?
Because the two main ways to get vitamin D are by exposing your bare skin to sunlight and by taking vitamin D supplements—I decided to venture out of the cave and back into the light.
Over the past months I have been quietly working on reinventing Lexie’s Kitchen. Today it gives me great joy to share with you a new look, a new name and a new mission.
Have you struggled with anxiety, fatigue, insomnia or weight gain? Here’s a review of the Dr. Sara Gottfried approach to balancing hormones naturally.
Simple and natural. If that describes your morning beauty routine, one of these top-rated tinted moisturizers with sunscreen just might be your new best friend.
Postpartum Psychosis is a rare illness. It occurs in approximately 1 to 2 out of every 1,000 deliveries. The onset is usually sudden, most often within the first two weeks postpartum. It happens to women of all walks of life.
November is Alzheimer’s awareness month. What better time to examine all of the things we can do to help prevent Alzheimer’s and other neuro degenerative disorders?
If you know someone who has suffered a traumatic or fatal brain injury while biking, I’m certain the words “wear your helmet” strikes a chord.