Taking a short vacation

taking a vacation

Well, it has been a little quiet here at Active Living Zoomers.  Susan and I have had a busy couple of months and blogging hasn’t been top priority.  We have also realized the blog needs some technical updates, so we have called in some tech support.  We decided now might be a good time to take a break from writing, learn all the techy stuff we need to fine tune the blog and allow our creative juices to get flowing again. Continue reading

My visit with a Holistic Nutritionist: Part 2

keep-calm-and-eat-gluten-free-15I had my second consultation with my Holistic Nutritionist yesterday.  She allotted 90 minutes to go over her findings and discuss a plan to help alleviate my symptoms.  You can check why I went to a Holistic Nutritionist in the first place here. Continue reading

My visit with a Holistic Nutritionist: Part 1

perimenopause

For about the past 6 months or so, I have been feeling like a stranger in my own body.  I don’t know how else to describe it.  I am hoping many of you lovely ladies will know exactly what I am talking about.  You know the feeling:  brain fog, chronic fatigue, irregular cycles, spotting at random times, PMS that is through the roof and seems to last all month.  Well, you get the idea.  My doctor says it is all related to peri-menopause.   I can’t bring myself to write how long she said it could last. Continue reading

Zoomer Spotlight: Style at a certain age by Beth Djalali

style at a certain age

I recently stumbled upon a style blog called Style at a Certain Age that I absolutely love.  It is written by 56 year old Zoomer, Beth Djalali.  Beth and her husband of 31 years have downsized since their 3 grown boys have flown the coop and now hail from San Francisco.  She is not only a style blogger but she is also in the process of writing and hopefully publishing her first book. Continue reading

Home-based business ideas for Baby Boomers…Zoomerpreneurs!!

Baby boomers home based business

My husband has always had an entrepreneur’s spirit.  But like many of us, he carried on with life, took that secure job, got married, had children and the dream of running his own business became more and more of a risk. Continue reading