The older I get, the more I realize that those changes keep coming. Sometimes they bring joy. Sometimes they bring sorrow. Sometimes, it’s a little of both. Part of why I started Fierce Beyond 50 was to create a community for us to not only embrace those changes together—the good, the bad and the ugly.
This past month, we explored some of the harder changes in life, a few strategies for combating brain fog and mental fatigue, and the importance of taking on new challenges that scare us a little bit.
Grief and healing is a personal journey for everyone, especially after the loss of a spouse. There is no one-size-fits all remedy. Journalist and speaker Meg Cox shares how she leaned on rituals during the grieving process and what she’s learned from widowhood.
It’s easy to feel untethered after a move to a new town. For women, it can be especially difficult since we are so relationship-oriented and many times we leave friends behind during relocation. I consider myself a pro at this, having moved more than 20 times during my marriage. Here’s what I’ve learned.
There are lots of fun ways to boost your brain after fifty that don’t involve magic, including ballroom dancing and reading! Not that I needed an excuse to buy ball gowns, sparkly shoes, and more books. Here are some proven mind-sharpening tips according to science.
Having trouble focusing? Is your memory not what it used to be? Is it impossible to stay organized? It might be a sign of aging, but it might be brain fog! Here’s how changes in your diet can help improve brain function according to a dietitian. Because fog is only charming in the English countryside with Mr. Darcy.
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