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Life After Menopause

Dr Rhonda Circle
Dr. Rhonda Anderson
Founder of Fit and Well | Exercise Physiologist and Author

5 Key Habits of Healthy, Vital Older Women

I wrote Life After Menopause for a couple of reasons. The first is that as older women we have so much to offer — experience, wisdom, perspective. How many of us would really trade places with our 20 or 30-year-old self?

And yet, it’s common to be negative about getting older. It’s certainly negative if we lose our health and mobility, because that can mean a loss of freedom, independence, and ‘life’. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

The second reason is that as the baby boomers move into their older years there’s going to be an awful lot of older Australian women.

I picked through the research on older women’s health and saw that the findings pointed to five habits based around attitude, resilience, healthy eating, movement, and minimal use of drugs and chemicals. Then I interviewed women who were shining examples of those habits in action.

My aim was to create a book that’s inspiring but also practical and down-to-earth.

I’ve had to get to know myself again post-menopause. But after reading Rhonda’s book I realise it’s not a loss and I can embrace my maturity and be proud of who I am as an older woman.

Shane Gould | Author, Businesswoman,

Environmentalist and Australian swimming legend.

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What You Will Learn

Why habits matter

The beauty of good habits is that they pull us in a positive direction, so we don’t need to keep making decisions and relying on willpower. Good habits make it so much easier to stay healthy.

How other older women look after their health

Meet Goody, Kym, Elizabeth, Margaret and Corinne. They’re regular women like the rest of us, not celebrities with live-in staff and bottomless bank accounts. Find out how they’ve approached the development of healthy habits.

How to create healthy habits

It’s one thing to have good intentions, but how do we convert those into habits? The book outlines a step-by step process to take you from what you’d like to do to actually doing it.

How you’re going

At the end of the book you can take the Life After Menopause Quiz to see how you score on each of the five key habits. That’ll highlight the areas that most deserve your attention.


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