1. Cate wants to know why she’s still menstruating at 53.5 and whether that’s a good thing.
2. I love it when one of our most read posts of the month is by a guest blogger. This month it’s a new voice here at Fit is a Feminist Issue, Julie on curling.
3. Another very seasonal guest post from a few years ago, it’s Carly’s thoughts on new year’s resolutions from a cheerful chubster.
4. Cate offers advice in her dear field poppy advice column. I think we’re all hoping there’s more of these yet to come.
5. Nicole offers advice too, to teens and others.
6. Marjorie’s guest post on keeping fit while healing from a hysterectomy
7. When plans change and your usual coping strategies fail, Sam’s musings on covid, stress, and falling into bed at 7 pm with a box of chocolates.
8. Diane’s post on balancing and juggling and making space.
9. Martha on taking time.
10. Elan on serving love and what that can look like when it comes to seasonal feasts.
The first five most read posts this month ask (and maybe even answer) some questions.
Cate wants to know why she’s still menstruating at 53.5 and whether that’s a good thing.
Sam wants to know where the images are of larger, muscular, athletic women’s bodies.
Guest blogger Nicole asks why wear the same dress for 100 days?
Susan wonders, is it a heart attack or is it perimenopause?
Catherine wonders what to tell snarky critics of e-bikes. Reader: She has some great suggestions.
Our sixth most read post is an older guest post from Marjorie on working out while healing from a hysterotomy.
Be a Fitness Muppet! is our seventh most read post.
Diane’s “donating her vagina to science” post is our 8th most read post.
Ninth is Mina’s Self-Discipline As Ease and a Path to Joy.
And Looking for a Good Beginner’s Race on Zwift? Sam has some suggestions. That’s our 10th most read post.