Written by Dr. Tee Villanueva- Guest Contributor Menopause is technically defined as a permanent cessation of menses for 12 months. (1) Three to five years before menopause itself, perimenopause starts to occur. This is when a woman’s hormones become a ...Read More »
5 Ways Stress and Anxiety Are Making You Spend More
Written by Patrick Bailey- Guest Contributor Stress and Anxiety Stress and anxiety are common issues that everyone faces on a day-to-day basis. If you have a mental health condition such as depression or anxiety, then you may experience higher levels ...Read More »
Self Isolation- What Can We Learn From it?
Written by Sarah Kaminski -Guest Contributor The idea of self-isolation goes against a lot of that which makes us human. As social beings, we humans thrive in a community, when exposed to novel experiences, when at peace with nature ...Read More »
Does Social Media Affect How You View Yourself?
Written by Dr. Harry Horgan- Guest Contributor During our youth years, we’re surrounded by peers that are going through changes and they give in to societal pressure to look a certain way. In today’s age, this has been heightened by ...Read More »
How To Deal With The Frustrations Associated With Everyday Sexism
Written by Brooke Faulkner- Guest Contributor Boasting a lucrative career that spans decades, the actor Keanu Reeves often makes headlines when he walks the red carpet. But in November 2019, he effectively caused a media firestorm – all thanks to the gorgeous ...Read More »
It’s Never Too Late to Follow Your Dreams, and You’d Better Believe That!
Written by Sarah Kaminski-Guest Contributor In fact – I’m not even sure when or why it has become customary to believe dreams should only be followed up to a certain age. Youth is certainly a time when we can do ...Read More »
The French Paradox: 2 Secrets for a Healthier Diet
Written by Beatrice Beard-Guest Contributor Health and food walk hand in hand. What we consume affects our bodies greatly, causing countless diseases such as obesity, heart conditions, high levels of cholesterol and diabetes. Why the amount of people that suffer ...Read More »
How Regular Exercise Can Help You Through Menopause and Even Improve Your Health
Written by Morgan Rose Elliott -Guest Contributor Even though many ladies can’t seem to cope with the numerous changes they have to experience when going through menopause, it’s an inevitable process. However, even if menopause tends to affect both mental ...Read More »
Making A Career Change Later in Life
Written by Brooke Faulkner-Guest Contributor Change is not just for the young. Adventures are not just for the inexperienced. Whether you’re 15 or 50, trying new things is what keeps us youthful. The fact is that life is long and ...Read More »
5 Ways to Diverse Your Life on Retirement
Written by Laura Buckler-Guest Contributor There are many people out there who love to spend their golden years relaxing and enjoying their newly-found freedom. Some retirees, however, look forward to making this part of their lives more diverse and exciting ...Read More »