Fell out of bed, grabbed a cup of coffee – no makeup and hair – no photoshop!
Learn how to fearlessly break open the conversation with your family about perimenopause and midlife.
If you forget a name or two, take longer to finish the crossword, or find it hard to manage two tasks at once, you’re not on the road to dementia. What you’re experiencing is your brain changing the way it works as you get older. And in many ways it’s actually working better. Learn more
We’ve all heard that there is a peak age for ovulation; a time when your body is ripe with baby-making magic, and there are eggs as far as the sperm can swim! Well, too bad that age is about 18, and by the time we’re actually ready to have babies, your egg count has gone
At age 2, I tried to act like a 4 year old. When I was 8, I tried to act 16. When I was 16, I tried to act as if I was 21. When I was 21, I tried to act 30. When I was 30, I tried to look like I was 20.