This blog has always been more than just the charity shop shopping and the clothes I wear. It’s also about women and ageing, and how we can age well and all the positive things we can do to be healthy and (yes, I like this word) comfortable as we age.
As you know, I’ve hinted a few times that I’m not particularly on top form these days. That’s partly due to a virus I had, and partly to not taking a fitness class – for months – and walking really wasn’t sufficient. Because OK, I may look stylish and slim,
I’m awfully unfit. This is partly due to the stubbed toe. Twice I careered into furniture I wasn’t expecting to be in the place they were, which is such a stupid thing to do, but, as the nurse at the Minor Injuries Unit said, is something we all do at
I ask that question because speaking for myself, I think I do lots of exercise, but in actuality, the exercises that I do are now down to once a week. These are stretching exercises on a mat, plus some weights for building and toning those arm muscles. One of the