We recently caught up with Chris Zaremba, of the Fitness Over Fifty blog, who converted to making fitness a key part of his life from the age of 50. We asked him a few questions relating to fitness for the over fifties.
It's the season "of mists and mellow fruitfulness," according to Keats, who glorified autumn in verse. To a gardener, however, these months have slightly different connotations. From frost-shielding the veg to felling old branches, we've found out some timely tasks from three of the UK's top gardening bloggers.
We've reached that horrid time of year when, with the clocks going back and temperatures starting to plunge, it's difficult to think of a better activity than cosying up with a blanket in front of Strictly Come Dancing. Exercise regimes slip by the wayside as the urgency Christmas shopping takes over, and the best intentions to stay healthy and energetic are put on hold until well after the festive season.
This year's already seen a host of thoughtful and befitting events across country to mark 100 years since the start of WWI. Things come to a climax over the coming week with Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day. If you want to fit the First World War into your weekend, we've compiled a list of what's happening to commemorate the fallen - and where.