Guest Contributor Articles

Motherhood After Forty: Stories From Wise Mamas

Written by Brooke Faulkner- Guest Contributor There is no perfect time to enter motherhood. Life’s circumstances can dictate when it is possible to have children, whether it concerns finding the right partner, securing a stable financial foundation, or making time ...

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The Forced Rest of Surgical Menopause

Written by Lori Ann King- Guest Contributor Surgery did one thing for sure: It took me down. I was forced to rest, which was a good thing. Good, but not always easy for a type A personality like me. I ...

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5 Ways to Make Room For What Really Matters

Contributed by Brooke Faulkner- Guest Contributor One of the consequences of a life well-lived is the accumulation of stuff. We are gifted items by loved ones; we buy them for ourselves to serve as keepsakes from our favorite vacation destinations, and ...

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Can You Get Rid of Unwanted Hair Permanently?

Contributed by Md Badol Hossen- Guest Contributor Don’t you ever think that you don’t have to get rid of your hair on a daily basis and you have removed them permanently? Yes, obviously most of the people think this in his ...

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Transitioning to the Nonprofit Sector at Midlife

Contributed by Brooke Faulkner- Guest Contributor Everyone dreams of having a career they are passionate about, but oftentimes, reality and survival can push you away from those dreams. When you’re young, you want to do something to change the world, or ...

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5 Yoga Poses to Reduce Stress and Tension

Contributed by Bipin Baloni- Guest Contributor Stress is the root cause of various health issues and can be reduced with a regular yoga practice. Explore the blog to find the amazing and effective yoga poses to reduce stress and tension. Maintaining ...

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Travel Considerations As You Age

Contributed by Brooke Faulkner- Guest Contributor If traveling is a part of your life, you may find yourself having more difficulty with it as you go through perimenopause or menopause. Sitting for too long can get uncomfortable, you may need a ...

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Common Arthritis Myths DeBunked

Contributed by Rebecca Evans- Guest Contributor For many arthritis sufferers, one of the most frustrating parts is how inevitable so much of it can sometimes be. But a big part of that frustration is the result of misunderstanding, so let’s take ...

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Menopause and Meditation

Contributed by Brooke Faulkner- Guest Contributor Menopause can seem like a betrayal of the body. After decades of getting used to the first round of puberty, this second major change in the body can cause stress and discomfort. Of course, menopause ...

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