Personal Growth

Editor’s Note: November Plans and October’s Top Posts

Happy November, everyone! As we careen toward the holidays (I cannot BELIEVE it is November already) we are gathering a veritable feast of informative and inspiring articles for you. Our fashionistas are working on stylish ideas for your upcoming holiday parties, thoughts on making any outfit look more expensive, and…
  • Ann Franks |
  • November 1, 2017
practicing yoga

The Difference in Yoga Instructors and Practicing Yoga: Sivananda Yoga

Terry Michael is sharing the difference in yoga instructors and practicing yoga to help our readers interested in finding a yoga “home” where they feel comfortable and supported. You can refer to her previous posts featuring Tina Marie Rodriguez, Eva Montalvo, Anya Deva, Grace Surjan Kaur Geller, Kathleen Hayden and Meredith Kramer. This month, Terry interviews…
  • Terry Michael |
  • September 13, 2017
Kundalini Yoga

The Difference in Yoga Instructors and Practice: Part IV

Terry Michael is sharing the difference in yoga instructors and practice to help our readers interested in finding a yoga “home” where they feel comfortable and supported. You can refer to her previous posts featuring Tina Marie Rodriguez, Eva Montalvo and Anya Deva. This month, Terry interviews Grace Surjan Kaur Geller, Kundalini Yoga…
  • Terry Michael |
  • April 3, 2017
brain fitness

Reduce Senior Moments by Increasing Brain Fitness

Can you truly stave off dementia? Here are the latest How To's for Brain Fitness. If you’re using the term “Senior Moment” a bit more frequently these days, you’re not alone. To support that fact, some startling data from The Alzheimer's Association states that women are at the epicenter of the…
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • March 29, 2017
self care practices
Finding Balance

Ease Career Transitions with These Self Care Practices

Right out of the gate, 2017 seems to be in a rapid-fire state of flux, from politics to business. If your professional life is currently in transition, you need to put some self care practices in place to keep your morale level steady at every unexpected turn. "Hearing crickets" in…
  • Allison McFadden |
  • February 27, 2017
fitness regimen

Tips for Starting a Fitness Regimen in 2017

This month is all about fresh starts, clean slates, and setting intentions. If exercise is on your radar but you’re not sure where to begin, these tips will take you to the starting line and have you ready to score the win this year. Whether you’ve started and stopped before,…
  • Debra Atkinson |
  • January 13, 2017

How Much Protein Do You Really Need?

If you’re restricting calories to watch your weight or eating only plant-based foods, there’s a good chance you’re not getting enough protein — and that could be a real problem. “Protein is a building block for muscles,” says Natalia Anderson, a certified health coach for Exhale Spa in New York City.…
  • Lisa Held |
  • October 12, 2016
Tips for Staying Healthy

Tips for Staying Healthy: Delay Aging by Staying Active and Eating Right

The most popular article on nutrition that Prime Women published in 2016 was entitled 7 Surprising Unhealthy Diet Foods. We all need reminding every now and then of healthy options and practices that keep us looking and feeling our best. Instead of focusing on don’ts, let’s take a look at some…
  • Prime Women |
  • October 7, 2016
Cutting Calories to Lose Weight

Cutting Calories to Lose Weight? Don’t Count On It.

When choosing what to eat, do you consider cutting calories? If you’re like most of us, you do, especially if you’re trying to lose weight. For good reason, conventional wisdom tells us that in order to shed pounds, we simply need to use up more calories than we take in.…
  • Jean Varney |
  • April 4, 2016
SOS on the Bathroom Scale

Struggling To Lose Weight This Summer?

If you’re one of the few Prime Women who isn’t struggling with weight issues, then count your blessings. You’re in the minority! For most of us, weight gain after menopause is the bane of our existence. Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be. And while it’s more difficult to lose or…
  • Jean Varney |
  • August 5, 2015