The problem with committing to writing a regular blog is that you need to have something noteworthy and relevant to say on a regular basis. It needs to be something that will speak and resonate with your audience and make them think about things a little differently. It needs to be valuable content that continues … Continue reading The Problem with Blogs Is…… looking back over two years.
The idea that menopause is the beginning of the end is impossible to accept any more, as women are living a good 30 years post-menopause. Changes in society, health care, and socio-economic conditions mean that women have many more opportunities available to them after the age of 60.
It's August! Summer Time and the Livin is Easy – so sings Ella Fitzgerald in the 1968 classic. But I'm not so sure that that is mine – or your – summer experience. Right?! As a kid, August was this care-free month. No school, no responsibilities, just fun at camp and hanging out with friends. … Continue reading Surrendering to the Summer
The neuro-elasticity theory basically says that we can ALWAYS learn new things throughout our life, building and strengthening new bio-chemical connections in our brain, not just in childhood. It also means that we can re-wire thoughts and habits that may not be serving us to live our best life.
Since September 2018, Weight Watchers, the diet company which was established in 1963, has been on a re-branding jaunt. However, despite the intended marketing and advertising boost that was hoped, its name change from Weight Watchers to WW was met with a 10% drop in membership in the first quarter of 2019 – usually its … Continue reading Life Lessons from the Weight Watchers Re-branding Experience.
Its spring time. The weather is changing, the flowers are beginning to bloom and lots of people like to give advice! Health and wellness experts will tell you this is a time of renewal. Organizational and de-cluttering professionals will tell you this is the time of spring cleaning, clearing out the cobwebs, and reorganizing your … Continue reading Banishing the Springtime To Do List
We celebrated International Women's Day this month and it has become quite an institution, a national and international celebration of everything that is "WOMEN". To be honest, I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with International Women's Day (IWD). It’s a time for women to praise each other and be praised. To share our … Continue reading Celebrating the Real Heroes on International Women’s Day.
I recently conducted some market research. I asked a bunch of questions to you, my audience. I wanted to understand what you knew about your ever-changing body, how you create balance in your life and you how assess your personal health and wellbeing. I spoke to a number of women between 40-55 years old and … Continue reading Embracing “the M word”!
Welcome to a new year of blogging from The Yoga Room. Join me as I continue my journey of creating understanding, increasing awareness and strengthening connection with yourself and your body! Two things happened over the last few weeks which got me thinking about what my Yoga Mum response would be. A dear friend (who … Continue reading How to lose your Sh&% the Yoga way!
I am the proud, and often fraught, mother of 2 teenage girls and one pre-teen in training (not to mention my 2 boys)! My three daughters are emotional whirlwinds. Their moods can change in the space of 5 minutes. One minute we can be laughing and talking in the kitchen, the next minute there can … Continue reading Three Daughters and lots of slamming doors!