10 Wellness Blogs You Should Read Right Now
If you have ever tried to research wellness and health online, I am sure you quickly discovered that half of all wellness bloggers know next to nothing, or are too extreme to be practical!
In order to overcome these issues, we have done the research and found what we consider to be 10 of the best wellness blogs on the web that you should be reading right now!
Aging Isn’t For Sissies
Aging Isn’t for Sissies is an interesting blog which addresses a number matters facing people as they age. In particular, the posts in relation to sex, mental health and physical health are fascinating.
Better Health While Aging
Better Health While Aging is a great educational site for those looking for practical and actionable information about healthcare for older adults.
Boomer Haiku is a fantastic blog with some of the most original and funny content for baby boomers on the web. However, we particularly love Roxanne’s content on health.
Break out the Skinny Girl
This blog follows the adventures of Dee as she seeks to lose the pounds. Dee combines humour and practical tips to produce great content for her audience.
A great site which focuses on dieting, weight, digestion, and body image. For those with a sweet tooth, be sure to check out the recipe section for some yummy treats.
Healthy Aging is an online magazine, which provides a wide variety of articles on retirement and life. However, it is the commentary on health and aging which we find most useful. If you do not want to pay, be sure to sign up for their free newsletter.
Life Zemplified is one of our favourite resources for all things wellness. The blogger (Amy) focuses on four core areas: “Finance, Fitness, Food, and Fun.” In particular, her commentary on healthy eating is truly brilliant.
Sixty and Me
A site which covers all aspects of life in retirement. However, we personally love their articles on health related issues.
The Generation Above Me
Karen Austin’s blog approaches ageing as “part science, part performance art“. It is a highly intellectual and insightful read.
Third Age is a brilliant resource for health related information for women in their retirement. In particular, the site has a massive A to Z library of health related insights.