Post Covid Nose –
Our sense of smell is a social and emotional part of living. It is aligned with our sense of taste, and food is more than something we eat to live. Food and its enticing aromas gather us together. If we are given flowers, we bury our face in them, inhaling sweetness. We smell our babies’… Continue reading
Aging your ass off ain’t so bad …. I’m’a gonna replace “Anti” Aging with “Pro” Aging…
Advertisers suggest how we must go out and conquer the Age Beasties because we are worth it! We are beautiful—but only after we use their products! We can live forever looking as if we haven’t lived at all! Continue reading
What is your Kryptonite? Navigating the Dating/Relationship World Armored With Healthy Choices!
In the Superman franchise, Kryptonite is the one thing that makes Superman weak. While that glowing green rock is made up, scientist have found a Kryptonite and believe the conditions could be that it could form on other planets that have the extreme pressure to create it—not the glowing green rock kind, but a Kryptonite… Continue reading
Find your power–don’t give it away
I remember days when I felt I had no voice. When what I thought and what I did were separate entities. I could write a very long blog post about the instances where I felt I had no power, but I do not need specifics here–and most are my own private life-stuff. Most all of us… Continue reading
Five Easy Things You Can Do For Good Health/Well-Being
I’m not an expert on nutrition and certainly not as educated as a nurse or doctor or nutritionist–but I do know my body, and I do my research, and I Pay Attention to people, and my former clients’ experiences. Personal Trainers run the gamut of education and training but often we know our “business” through personal… Continue reading
Workout Writer: How Bad Do You Want This?
I’m exhausted! A few hours of non-continuous-multi-interrupted sleep, and an anxious but excited brain (more on what’s causing that later). Today I’m supposed to haul myself to the gym, in the rain, with my tired but anxious excited brain, and do an aerobics then weight training workout for at least an hour and a half.… Continue reading
Finding peace in a yoga pose . . . .
Once I step onto my yoga matt, I leave everything else behind but the moment. There are no racing thoughts, no worries about what I have to do next, for I must concentrate on breath, on maintaining internal silence, Antar mouna. I am careful not to overextend, such as in forward and backwards bends, or… Continue reading
Advice from “Big Sis” Kat Magendie . . . .
The farthest thing from a young woman’s mind is that time far off into the future when she will be considered “Middle Aged And Menopausal.” Who has time to think about that when your toddler is crying and your eight-year-old just threw up all the pizza, cake, and, I’m not kidding—sushi (sushi?)—he had at a… Continue reading
About Kathryn Magendie
Author of 5 published novels & other this and that novellas and stories, Editor, Edge of Arlington Content Editor.