Month: April 2022

How to Transition from a Winter to Spring Skin Care Routine

I’ve been transitioning into my spring skin care routine over the last couple of weeks, so I thought I’d take a moment to talk about it here in case anyone was interested in this subject as I am. The reason I transition from winter products to springtime ones isn’t as much about being gradual as it is about letting my old products run out before I replace them. I want to be kind to my complexion, but I don’t want to be wasteful. Products aren’t cheap!

The Apollo Murders Review (by Astronaut Chris Hadfield)

This Apollo Murders review is the second on my list of books to read in 2022. I admit that it appealed to me more because it was written by Chris Hadfield than because the premise sounded great – because I hadn’t even read the description by the time I’d decided I would get it! It had been years since I’d been interested in NASA or the International Space Station, but Hadfield changed that with his incredible documentation of his time there on social media.
The Apollo Murders Review

How Weight Loss Benefits Quality of Life in Seniors

The obesity epidemic we’re always talking about isn’t often focused on older folks, but weight loss benefits quality of life in seniors just as much as in younger people. When I decided to drop the pounds I’d gained during the pandemic last year, I took it very seriously. Of course, I joked around about wanting to fit into my clothing – and that was an important factor as I didn’t want to have to replace my wardrobe – but the other factors are critically important too.