Welcome! My name is Pam! I am a sixty-something-year-old, mom, grandma, wife, doggy mom, runner, former marathoner, great southern chef wannabe (ha-ha!), New England Patriots super fan, and a woman of faith. I am also a breast cancer survivor.
We all know that aging is inevitable. I hear so much about aging gracefully, but what does that even mean? To me, it simply means to try to live a well-balanced life. It's about striving to be as healthy, happy, and positive as one can when dealing with the changes that occur as we get older.
I am trying to age gracefully by making my health a priority. In order to do this, I need to lose weight. I have struggled for most of my adult life with my weight, even while training for marathons. I am one of those people who actually went through chemo, surgery, and radiation and ended up being heavier than before my diagnosis. It is now essential to my health that I lose those excess pounds.
I have spent a lot of time researching the healthiest lifestyle, taking into consideration my health issues, as well as my need for weight loss, and I have decided that adopting a Pescatarian diet would be beneficial for my needs. No meat, only fish and other seafood. I will continue to eat dairy but in very limited quantities. That's gonna hurt. Because--CHEESE!
I am not going to lie; it's a constant struggle to try to incorporate healthier habits into my daily life. All I can do is try. After all, I am not perfect.
Aging Gracefully (ish!)
I have been a runner for most of my adult life, but I am now trying to incorporate some other forms of exercise into my daily routine.
Eating healthy becomes especially important as we age. I believe that no matter our age-it's never too late to change our diet and improve our overall health.
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I am a sixty-something year old woman just trying to age as gracefully as possible.
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