Military Veterans Can Find Success in Fitness Business

Military Veterans Can Find Success in Fitness Business
Military Veterans Can Find Success in Fitness Business A natural!  A veteran, bootcamp and fitness business success story!  As former military, we have to keep in shape and we learned to do many bootcamp type exercises to include running, push ups and sit ups.  Some of us learned to love exercise or always enjoyed it, and we continued on to...Read More

Kick Yourself off the Retirement Fence

Kick Yourself off the Retirement Fence
Kick Yourself off the Retirement Fence I’m so very inspired by retirees!  As I see their relaxed attitude and confidence. As a contrast, I see those you are still deciding and finishing off their last years before retirement.  They are tired, and probably mentally ready to sign out. There’s a few ways to finally call it quits and retire, to...Read More

2 Easy Nutrition Add-ons to Calm You – Destress

2 Easy Nutrition Add-ons to Calm You – Destress
2 Easy Nutrition Add-ons to Calm You – Destress As women around 50 +/-, and veterans, we are probably living in a fairly stressful world.  Whether it’s from past experiences in our military experience or just in life.  How about living with your spouse as he retires, your kids, your grandkids, your parents, and so many emotional decisions and turmoils. ...Read More

Women: Borderline High Blood Pressure = high chance for Heart Attack

Women: Borderline High Blood Pressure = high chance for Heart Attack
Women: Borderline High Blood Pressure = high chance for Heart Attack When we hear the word “borderline,” we might think we are safe from a heart attack, because it’s not full blown high blood pressure and so that’s great!  I’m doing well! I’d like to change your thought about this to a greater sense of urgency when it comes to...Read More

Inviting.. Women Veterans who feel Invisible, Alone

Inviting.. Women Veterans who feel Invisible, Alone
Inviting.. Women Veterans who feel Invisible, Alone In looking at the top issues for women veterans, one of the major issues is “invisibility.”  Translate = alone. “Many returning female vets have felt isolated, unacknowledged and invisible in a civilian society that either can’t fathom what they’ve been through, or discounts their military experience as somehow less challenging than that of...Read More
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