What’s Been On Your Calendar? January 2023 Edition
Women Living Well After 50
by Sue Loncaric
1d ago
Welcome to the newly named What’s Been On Your Calendar? linkup, the first for 2023. It’s lovely to have you join myself, Debbie, Donna and Jo your hosts. It’s a bumper edition from me, so make a cuppa and we can catch up on what’s been happening during January. Whilst January has flown by, life has mostly been good. There was a blip towards the middle of the month when life threw a curveball which I wasn’t expecting, it prompted me to write Strategies to stop ‘worry’ stealing your TIME and from the comments I received it seems many of us fall into the ‘worrier’ category. With support from fa ..read more
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Quick and Easy Tiramsu
Women Living Well After 50
by Sue Loncaric
4d ago
As part of my TIME theme for the year and using my TIME wisely, I have allocated more time to try new recipes. Once upon a time, Mike and I would take turns in preparing a ‘Restaurant at Home’ meal each week and I’m determined to re-introduce these ‘date nights at home’. A couple of weeks ago I was at a loose end, I didn’t want to try a recipe that was too time-consuming so I came upon this recipe from Taste.com for 2 minute Tiramisu. Now I know my late mother-in-law Nonna and purists would be horrified and I promise the traditional recipe is on my list to try (I even have the saviorde biscui ..read more
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What’s On Your Bookshelf? January 2023
Women Living Well After 50
by Sue Loncaric
1w ago
Welcome to a New Year of What’s On Your Bookshelf? with more reading and sharing. I’m looking forward to you sharing what you’ve read at our monthly link up co-hosted with my friends Deb from Deb’s World, Donna from Retirement Reflections and Jo from And Anways. My 2023 Rating System In 2023 I will be more consistent with my book ratings and I’m keeping it simple and remembering that it is only my opinion. What I might not like or might enjoy may not be the same as someone else reading the book. 1 star – I didn’t like it – I probably won’t write a review because even though I don’t like a boo ..read more
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Strategies to stop ‘worry’ stealing your time.
Women Living Well After 50
by Sue Loncaric
1w ago
Do you worry about little things? My darling Mum was a worrier and I inherited that ‘gene’ too, although I’m getting better at handling worry and anxiety as I age. My Word of the Year is using my TIME wisely and I recognise that worry robs us of our valuable time and joy. Unnecessary worry isn’t good for either our mental health or our physical wellbeing. Worry can manifest itself with stress and anxiety and affect our ability to relax or in extreme case function effectively on a daily basis. It affects our sleep as we lie awake with thoughts racing through our mind. It affects our eating – s ..read more
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6 Reasons it’s TIME to Let go, Accept & Move Forward
Women Living Well After 50
by Sue Loncaric
2w ago
TIME is my Word of the Year and as I reflect on what this means to me, I realise that there comes a TIME in our life where we need to live authentically. We need to let go, accept what has been and move forward to live well, be happy and contented. I recently shared my WOTY and how I wanted to use my TIME wisely in this New Year. However, if I continue to hold on to those things that hold me back in life, I’m wasting my TIME and missing out on living well and enjoying the joyous moments life brings. Happiness is the theme for the month and experience has taught me that unless I let go of thin ..read more
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Kickstart Your Confidence Summit – January 2023
Women Living Well After 50
by Sue Loncaric
3w ago
Kickstart Your Confidence Summit is happening January 9-29, 2023. Save the date and invite a friend Hosted by the lovely Tera Greene. A Free 21-day Online Virtual event to empower and support women. Join21 Global speakers and experts as they share their stories and perspectives to help you regain control, reinvent self and reclaim worth. I’m excited to have been invited to be one of the speakers for this event. Learn useful secrets to manage and prepare for a happier menopause and beyond. This event is for all women, no matter what stage of life – we can all be inspired to be more c ..read more
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Using my Time wisely in 2023
Women Living Well After 50
by Sue Loncaric
3w ago
It’s 2023! Happy New Year to you. Each year is another year I am grateful for and of late I’ve been pondering the fact that at 65 there are many more sunrises and sunsets behind me than ahead. It is a cliché but we never really know what life will bring and in 2023 I am making the conscious decision and effort to use my TIME wisely. I am going to recognise the value of my time and not fritter it away doing things from obligation or guilt . Time is a precious commodity, more so than money or possessions and one that many of us are guilty of taking for granted. I know I can fall into the trap o ..read more
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Action for Happiness – Happier January 2023
Women Living Well After 50
by Sue Loncaric
1M ago
Happier in January 2023 is the theme to start the year for the Action for Happiness monthly calendar. I love this website and each month I will be posting the AFH calendar with you to encourage us all to find happiness in our daily lives. You might want to follow the prompts for each day or you may just want to pick and choose. If you do, I would love to hear from you and what you did for a Happier January 2023. I will be writing about which prompts I’ve followed throughout the month. Action for Happiness Calendar January 2023 So here’s to a Happy Start to the New Year by doing things to help ..read more
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The 52 Book Club Reading Challenge 2023
Women Living Well After 50
by Sue Loncaric
1M ago
Reading is one of my favourite past times and each year I use Goodreads to record what books I’ve read. For a couple of years I tried working towards challenging myself to read a certain number of books. This appealed to my love of challenges but it also added pressure and I felt I rushed through books rather than enjoying the story and the writing. Three of my blogging friends, Deb from Deb’s World, Donna from Retirement Reflections and Jo from And Anyways join me each month to present the What’s On Your Bookshelf? Link up. We encourage readers to share what others are reading during the mon ..read more
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Why I’m grateful despite COVID being the Grinch of our Christmas
Women Living Well After 50
by Sue Loncaric
1M ago
I love everything about the Festive Season and if you follow my blog you will know that I love getting the family together, baking goodies and in particular, the Christmas Cake and Christmas Pudding in memory of my Mum, making memories with my grandsons baking cookies for Santa. This year was no exception and it started well with Mike’s side of the family Christmas get together. I then looked forward to spending Christmas day at my daughter’s and then Boxing Day at my son’s house. That was until….. COVID became the Grinch of our Christmas Mike was feeling off colour on Christmas morning, so d ..read more
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