As you could tell by this week’s musings, my mind has been caught up in the drama of Elsewhere. However, if you read Thursday’s musing, “We Must Have the Power to Adapt and Thrive in Elsewhere 2021,” you know that I have concluded and implored that we must adapt and thrive this year.
So, I am smiling because we made it another week in January. And, we are here together, learning, growing, and becoming our best selves – no matter our age! I hope you are smiling too. If you need some extra support, make sure you join our private Facebook group: GRANDwomen with Moxie. We have 1,500 like-minded women, waiting to be friends with you! Hope to see you all there.
Now, on to my musings…
The Evolution of Ancient Egypt’s Pyramids | Lost Treasures of Egypt
Since we cannot travel, let’s take a trip virtually to the Ancient Egyptian Pyramids with National Geographic. Discover how the Pyramids evolved, and why the Egyptians only built the structures for centuries, even though they have a 3,000-year history. Let’s learn and discover together — how fascinating!
2021 Capsule Wardrobe
What is a capsule wardrobe? Well, it is a term created by Susie Faux, the owner of a London boutique called “Wardrobe” in the 1970s.
According to designer Misha Nonoo, “A capsule wardrobe is a concise, curated selection of timeless clothing. It can vary from person to person based on our differing lifestyles, but the best pieces are the kind that can be worn at work, during cocktail hour, and dressed down on the weekend.”
I love this idea, and I have a lot of pieces that I wear and have worn for a very long time. That is why we all should invest in good quality pieces.
This great article from, WHO WHAT WEAR, follows a fashion blogger, who is 54, as she creates her capsule wardrobe for 2021. I hope you get some great ideas from her! I know I did. Read the article HERE.
10-Minute Total Body Stretches for Women Over 40
Let’s get out all of our aches and pains, both physical and emotional!
I have recently found Yoga, and if you haven’t tried it, I think you all would love it. But, if Yoga is too much for you, or you aren’t wanting to try it, full-body stretching is beneficial to women of every age.
I found this video on YouTube, and I wanted to share it with you all. It’s easy to follow, and works like a charm! Let me know if you like it.