"The greater the obstacle,
the more glory in overcoming it."
A reminder to sedentary workers; move it or lose it
Below 3,000 Steps a day and I am at risk of a pulmonary embolism. Move it or lose it—life, it's as important as that.
Fewer than 4,500 Steps: You're very sedentary
4,500-5,500: You're sedentary
5,500 to 7,500: You're headed in the right direction but need to step it up
8,500 and up: You're active, stick with it.
Ryn Shell Bookstore
As a child my interests spanned multi art forms including writing. My elder sister decided my career path for me. She became an author who painted, so I became an artist who wrote, and my career as a fine artist dominated, though did tot curtail my author life. I took seven years off from my full-time fine art career to became a writer who paints during 2010-2017 to complete seven Australian rural-lit, historical fiction novels, The Stolen Years series of novels fulfilled a fifty-year goal.
Today, I work on small, intimate, creative work from my rural retreat. small. I share my fine art through affordable art print giftware decor and clothing from the world's most respected online print on demand store. I'm creating informational books, videos, and blogs as I strive to pass on much of my creative life experience to others.
Ryn Shell Gallery
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Ryn Shell is an acclaimed author, artist and sculptor, formerly of the multi-award-winning Buninyong Gallery. She's the author of Australian rural-lit and Grey Nomad travel diaries.
Ryn Shell's qualifications to lead a clean and cozy lifestyle blog include a health science degree.
As Kathryn Shell (nee Simpson) she is an Honorary Life Governor of the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne.
Together with her husband Reg Shell, they were presented with environment protection awards by the Keep Australia Beautiful Committee.
Shell was a contributed author to the early publications of the Breast Feeding Society of Australia and was an office bearer and councillor for the organisation.
Shell was a ghostwriter for the Australian Medical Journal.
She has studied and taught business management and time-prlanning, and was awarded the Most Improved Small Business in Victoria Award in 1977 and was the runner up to the Most Improved Small Business in Australia that same year.
As a public speaker, she specialised in women's issues.
Ryn Shell, now in her seventies, lives in a rural-retreat of her design with husband Reg.
She still writes and paints, with no plans to ever retire.
Ryn will personally reply to messages from newsletter subscribers and to comments on this blog.