with breast cancer early June and have had a mastectomy, reconstruction and am now commencing a course of chemotherapy for the next six months. Two weeks ago I had Plan A and Plan B in place, Plan B in the event the cancer had metastasised, in other word...
Here’s the reality of being 60-something: You have less time than ever before to make your life the best it can be. This is not meant to be a downer. In fact, it’s the opposite—a call to action: take charge, face your fears, leave a legacy, protect your health.
If you were physically active before 50, that’s great. But if you didn't exercise regularly, it's not too
late to start. Physical activity may help tame some of the symptoms of menopause – hot flushes,
joint pain, and sleep problems.