This photo was taken in 2017 hitting my 70″s. This photo also is the cover of my book and my treasured memory of our 1930’s restored home.I believe with all my heart that all of you can restore your health in some form because even baby steps over time make a huge impact. I truly hope that many of these points in this blog will…
YES, Cooking Healthy for One or Two Can Be Easy, Fast, and Yummy! Do you believe that you are important enough to be a priority in how and what you cook or eat? Aging Gracefully demands the busting of false paradigms in all areas of life and what we eat is a biggie. Please read on.
Which fabric would you choose? Which paint color or colors would you select? Tough choice so read on for my decisions.
This post was written years ago but the principles remain relevant, even in the midst of the current virus situation. Realizing that many of you have completed your decorating for this Christmas season, many have not done any this year. For either group, perhaps this will help for next year and beyond. I do not know very many these days that are into very elaborate…
How do our closets affect our wellness? Yes, even downsizing our closets matters. Why? Because since WELLNESS is a top priority in Aging Gracefull; this post explains the negative effects of disorganized closets. Please read on
Especially during these times, oh, how we appreciate the beauty and serenity of a well-designed room or home. These restorative spaces are so often the perfect balm for our weary souls. But wait, here comes Christmas decorating time and with it the temptation and decisions of what to display, keep or say goodbye to forever. Please read on.
Flash! Did you know that there are ways to enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday without the normal overload of calories and weight gain?
You all know already how quickly life changes, like the crazy times that we are all challenged with right now. In this podcast is a lot more than downsizing so read on please to find out more on how to prepare for our futures.
One of my absolute favorite things to do is to host a dinner in our home or attend a dinner at someone else’s home. It doesn’t have to be a formal or fancy affair. However, I believe that the intimacy of sharing a meal in our homes simply cannot be duplicated to sharing a meal in a restaurant.
Why am I smiling in this photo? It’s due to the fact that I am at my target weight. Is it easy? No, but it is absolutely doable at any age or stage? Please read on to see how.