Born to run…or walk at a relatively fast pace

January 10, 2012 by  
Filed under Fit at Forty, On Health & Beauty, On Life

Women runners in their 40s and beyond are tearing it up on the side streets of America. I know they are – the bright light of their fitness glory blinds me each and every time they whiz by me on my WALKS. I’d love to be able to run, my body on the other hand, has other ideas…

Survival of the fitness: Holiday feeding frenzies

December 6, 2010 by  
Filed under Fit at Forty, Just Me, On Life

Through the haze of a barbeque induced coma I realized that I had fallen completely off the fit-at-forty bandwagon. Now approaching Christmas, I need to know, how do you plan on surviving the holiday feeding frenzy? Do share…

Speaking of losing weight…

October 20, 2010 by  
Filed under Fit at Forty, On Life

On Monday I shared with you the fork in the road of my ongoing health/exercise/weight loss/fitness battles. Sadly, I’m no stranger to fad and starvation diets. But today I’m sharing a great post from Esther Kane on a better path to weight loss.

On the road again

October 18, 2010 by  
Filed under Fit at Forty, Just Me, On Life

After weeks of laying off the knee I injured in the embarrassing incident now known as The Matrix Paper Retrieval Incident (TMPRI), I finally took the old knee for a test drive. It was a short one…

WAF’s Five for Friday – The “Metabolism Madness Cure” Edition

October 1, 2010 by  
Filed under On Life, WAF's Fab Finds

“It’s your metabolism stupid!” After 40, our metabolism decreases at a rate of 5% every 10 years. Great. Well, have no fear, today’s Five for Friday offers 5 tips for putting an end to the “metabolism madness.”

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