Claire Posts

Women’s health issues and how they can be managed

Hi there, thanks for joining me on my blog where I discuss and share with you all topics and thoughts and ideas related to only women’s health issues. In this short, introductory post, I’m going to take you on a quick tour on why I’ve decided to talk about female health and fitness and nothing else. Well, sometimes, we could go off the beaten track if the subject material is that interesting and seems to apply to us in its relevancy.

Then I want to leave the general topic and go onto something completely new. It’s not so new out there, but here we’ll be chatting about it for the very first time. It’s not just any smoothie, its green smoothies and I’ll explain to you why I’m calling it so. Then it’s off to the gym we must go. Or if you don’t want to go there, you can stay outside if the weather’s good. A few good exercises, innovative like smoothies, inform my first thoughts on putting together a nice exercise plan that might just work for you.

Part of why the exercise plan might just work for you is because it’s uniquely tailored to your body weight, your muscle balance, your personality and your current lifestyle and social and work circumstances. Notice how I placed work last in that last line. Goes to show what I think of hard work these days. And that reminds me, good exercise should never, ever be hard work. You should have fun raising a sweat.

Not grimacing and groaning like an overworked donkey. That being said, donkeys that are well looked after should be so lucky. Don’t know if you’ve ever noticed a working horse. If its bag of oats is not loosely applied around its neck, it’s got the grub nearby to chow on whenever it’s earned its break and usually quite hungry. Being physically active and exercising every other day works up a great appetite. It’ll be the case for great women like you.

Just you wait and see. So after talking about exercise plans and what I like to do with my exercising time, it’s off to the kitchen we must go. You’ll be given another smoothie to relax with as I share with you my thoughts on putting together a healthy eating plan just for women. And that being said, I’ve barely touched the surface on women’s health issues today. Hopefully we’ll be given another great opportunity to share with you some more great posts on how women can take better care of themselves, health and fitness-wise.

So, what do I make of women’s health issues in general? I think it’s going to remain a contentious issue in some circles. This all depends on where you hail from. But in many parts of the world, women are still expected to do the lion’s share of all work, if you will, and then they must still find time for themselves. But women being the inventive, nurturing and creative creatures that they are, I’m pretty sure that after another round of multitasking and learning to say no, when no means no, women will be able to make more time for themselves in the gym, in the park or on the beach.

 

 

 

 

Looking ahead, I am looking forward to the future

Looking ahead, I am looking forward to the future

I begin this post tentatively and a little bit nervously. I also have a bit of indecision. I am not sure yet how to proceed with this post. One editor who is helping to manage this blog for me while I do my work asked me to write originally. My point of view is not altered. I am still addressing you personally, but she asked whether I could come up with something that I had not covered before, basically original content.

How the green life can save the poor

How the green life can save the poor

At the moment it seems that all is lost and the circumstances are quite ironic. In an earlier post, I spoke quite aggressively about the growing global food crises which mainly have to do with gross inequality in favor of making as much profit as possible at the expense of the masses who can ill afford for this to be allowed. My argument is this. All is not lost, in fact it never is, if only we could all motivate ourselves to seek out help and look in all the right places.

What happens when faith is rewarded

What happens when faith is rewarded

This thought occurred to me just moments ago. So, I thought it wouldn’t be a bad idea to have a chat about issues of faith today. Because our objectives are to reach out to as many women of the world as possible, we always need to take into account their differences where religion and culture are concerned. But, I can argue that even if you were an entirely secular woman, you have to acknowledge that the matter of faith, or having faith (or not), is an important condition of our humanity in any case.

This is a major food crisis

This is a major food crisis

What constitutes a food crisis? That was the first question that came to mind as I continued to read daily reports on looming rises in prices, even in regions where it is deemed that there is enough of everything for most consumers. But what about the others? That was my next question. It has to do with those who simply never have enough to spare to put a decent and healthy meal on the table for their usually large and extended families.