Insomnia

Insomnia is debilitating and is identified by habitual sleeplessness, wakefulness and restlessness, with more females affected than males. Between 10% and 30% of adults have insomnia and many of those affected are over the age of 65. The actual cause may be difficult to identify but insomnia can be triggered by a number of factorsContinue reading “Insomnia”

don’t plan to stop pedaling any time soon

That great US Statesman Claude Pepper once said, “Life is like riding a bicycle. You don’t fall off unless you plan to stop pedaling.” Well, I don’t plan to stop pedaling any time soon and last week something rather exciting happened to me. As a mature woman I took possession of a new bike…possibly onlyContinue reading “don’t plan to stop pedaling any time soon”

Diana Moran – reflects on 50 years of change on Women’s International Day 2021

Diana Moran introduced fitness to the UK in the 80s with BBC Breakfast TV. Now at 82 she reflects on her effect on women’s roles over the last 50 years: Lifting the lid on her own battle with cancer removing the taboo on the subject; Making health and wellness a woman’s choice; Learning broadcast technologyContinue reading “Diana Moran – reflects on 50 years of change on Women’s International Day 2021”

Queen of Clean Aggie MacKenzie rallies the nation to tick off their lockdown to-do lists.

 New research reveals that over two-thirds (68%) of Brits admit to putting off tedious household tasks until they can’t be ignored any longer Nearly half claim that the tasks they had set themselves at the beginning of the latest lockdown have yet to be tackled as they ‘can’t be seen’. Gas Safe Register (GSR) teamsContinue reading “Queen of Clean Aggie MacKenzie rallies the nation to tick off their lockdown to-do lists.”