Women’s Health Week

  About National Women’s Health Week National Women’s Health Week is an observance led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health. The goal is to empower women to make their health a priority. The week also serves as a time to help women understand what steps they can take […]

Go Red For Women

Cleaning Services For A Reason

Cleaning Services For Women With Cancer If you know a woman currently undergoing or preparing to undergo chemotherapy or treatment for any type of cancer, please pass the word to her that there is a cleaning service that provides FREE housecleaning – 1 time per month for 4 months while she is in treatment. All […]

5 Points Boomer Women Need To Consider About Affordable Care Act

  5 Major Points Boomer Women of Color Should Consider about the SCOTUS ACA Ruling. Last year, economist Joann Weiner wrote in the Washington Post (Older Women Bear the Brunt…Obamacare), “Women age 55 to 64 will pay from $2,185 to $2,738 more in premiums and out of pocket expenses under the new health insurance environment than […]

Are Women 55+ Suited For Leadership?

The following article, which is longer than  usual, was posted here previously.  However, due to the content’s relevance and extreme importance during these times of an exploding population growth of the age group cited, it requires reposting. Relevance of the article is re-enforced by the recent publication of  “Proof: Women Over 55 Best Suited For Strategic Leadership” […]

The Return To Barefoot Walking And Running

Aw, snap!  Minimalist shoes have become very popular. What the h…heck is going on? Remember two-time Olympian Zola Budd, the barefoot runner?  Now, there’s the barefoot running shoe and those practically sole-less shoes that look like the old Roman sandals of yesteryear. Recall the times you’ve  put on a new pair of shoes, wore them […]