Food, Aging Younger, Happiness for women over 50

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We always need good nutrition, no matter our age! But as you age, the food you eat begins to be of greater importance; in your lifestyle, your moods, how you handle menopause and post-menopause, and for remaining as youthful as possible for as long as possible.

Going Grey and Loving It!

Photograph courtesy of Arnold Gatilao via Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/arndog/7405592976/)

You are blessed if you are a woman of a certain age whose hair changes from a colour (any colour!), through very little transition, to Grey. Not for you the trials and tribulations of pepper & salt colouring or the endless decision-making on whether to use highlights or low-lights to enhance your features; choose the […]

Sight … Life, Aging, Diet & Exercise

Photograph courtesy of Romana Klee via Flickr (www.flickr.com/photos/nauright/4751006694/)

So … a weird title but it’s the best I can do! Having just fought with yet another piece of equipment, which involved trying to fit a USB into a space far too small for it (bad design), I realised that one of the things that I find most frustrating is not being able to see […]

Age Appropriate Dressing! Creating your own Style.

Dressing your age, dressing age appropriately, is something that strikes fear into the hearts of many women because, of course, we don’t want to look like Mutton dressed as Lamb, we don’t want to look like granny and we do want to look sensational! We want to change the way we dress to reflect the […]

The Journey: Who Clipped Your Wings. A book.

This blog or short story, started life as the introduction to a book I am writing entitled  “Who Clipped Your Wings?”. Of course (of course!), it has all changed. This is about my Journey into Europe; how it started and why. So please, if this seems a little disjointed, it’s because of the name change (from The […]

Just Write the Damn Book … Set Your Passion Free

I have always loved to write … and read! As a child, getting me to take my nose out of a book, or stop scribbling stories on pieces of paper, was a thankless task. My school reports may not have been particularly flattering about my behaviour (!), but there was always much praise for my […]