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Preparing Yourself for the Grieving Process

When a loved one becomes terminally ill, it can be a challenging time both emotionally and physically. You will not only be tasked with their physical care, but likely be responsible for taking on additional duties they once performed. On top of all of this day-to-day activity, you will need… Read more

Style

Invitation Dilemma: What to Wear

If you’ve received an invitation to an event that includes one of the standard dress codes you know what to do. “Black tie” or “white tie” still means: wear your finest duds. “Business Casual” means you can take it down a notch from your weekday professional attire. These days “Cocktail”… Read more

Fitness

Napercise: The Workout of Your Dreams

We’re here! Kicking up our (yawn) Louboutins as we take on those awaited back-burner projects (yawn) to revel in new adventures and relationships and (yawn)… Yes, we’re sleep deprived. As we combine all that’s good in life with the female challenges of hormone fluctuations, menopause, poor dietary habits, schedules, family,… Read more

Nutrition

Crockpot Meals are the New Way to Sizzle

If you want to be hot without a flash, you may want to get reacquainted with an old friend. The crockpot has never looked so sexy. You can rock rich flavor without a side order of thighs so easily with this underused kitchen appliance. Line up a date with your… Read more

Dating - New Love

Long Distance Relationship Pros And Cons

Some people set no distance requirements on potential suitors. One Adventures in Delicious Dating After 40 reader shared she was romanced by a guy half way around the world for over two years! (They never met and he went poof one day.) Other people have ridiculously short distance requirements. Some… Read more

Wellness

Do You Have Post-Traumatic Stress?

We commonly hear about extreme events such as fatal accidents, war, or terrorist attacks leading to post-traumatic stress. However, trauma expert, Bessel van der Kolk, states that negative experiences don’t have to be extreme to be traumatic. Trauma is any experience that overwhelms our normal capacities to cope. Losing a… Read more

Style

Mad, Mad, Mad for Plaid

There is something so comforting and spirit-lifting about plaid. Thank goodness, designers agree, as one of the more sensible trends seen on runways (and on the streets as evidenced by the photo above during London Fashion Week) for fall was a plethora of tartans. We aren't talking the 90s plaids… Read more

New Surroundings

Choose a New Path: Second Act Career Options

Why would you or any woman give up a successful career to make a second act career change? Like lots of middle-aged women, you could experience burnout, an urge to pursue a lifetime dream, or the simple desire to devote more time to family obligations during your second act. At… Read more