So it’s November and the holidays are soon upon us…and with them, all the food that accompanies the celebrations. Some of us have willpower and discipline but some of us…well, you know who you are. Weight gain as we age is a never-ending battle for most of us. The good news is that weight maintenance or even loss is possible as you age, but you have to do things wisely and with intention. It’s not just a matter of cutting calories here or there. Start here for a handy little tip sheet of real strategies to employ for weight loss as you age. And recognize that activity and exercise are crucial- especially because weight loss in seniors can lead to vulnerability and weakness if you don’t maintain lean muscle mass as you lose fat. Check out this advice for strength training while you curb calories Here. And if you’re looking for a role model to help inspire you, pick up a resistance band and take a look at the regular exercise routine of 84-year-old Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, which you can read about Here.