Physical activity of any kind will stimulate your brain and body to produce feel-good hormones that help you to feel better and more in control.
Whatever you choose, do something to get your mind and body active.
Don’t stress if it takes a little while to see a positive change in your mindset – take small steps that will change your behavior over time.
I once read a sign that said, “Don’t be afraid of getting older – be afraid of getting boring!
If you have any doubt that you are an interesting woman, start writing your life story and you’ll see what amazingly interesting things you have done in your life and have just temporarily forgotten!
Lots of people are living alone, so don’t let that stop you from doing things you love.” Often a feeling of loneliness emerges when there is a sense of boredom about the routines and associations in our lives.So, instead of looking at being alone as something that limits you, why not look at it as an opportunity to do anything your heart desires! Perhaps consider taking a class, playing an instrument, learning a new hobby and taking a chance.Feeling lonely occasionally is a normal part of aging.It can be brought on by separation from family and children, financial limitations, worries about the future and lack of control.