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'Our age is merely the number of years the world has been enjoying us'Inspiration, motivation, support and information for Women Over 50 who want to Live Well. Health and Wellness in mind, body and spirit are the foundations for living well but there is so much more to a life well lived.Each week through conversations with my guests, I’ll be presenting topics that will help us all to live well, embrace life and enjoy life every day. So what are you waiting for? Let's get started.

Women Living Well After 50 Podcast Sue Loncaric

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'Our age is merely the number of years the world has been enjoying us'Inspiration, motivation, support and information for Women Over 50 who want to Live Well. Health and Wellness in mind, body and spirit are the foundations for living well but there is so much more to a life well lived.Each week through conversations with my guests, I’ll be presenting topics that will help us all to live well, embrace life and enjoy life every day. So what are you waiting for? Let's get started.

    Transitioning the Empty Nest to discover your Best Life

    Transitioning the Empty Nest to discover your Best Life

    Major transitions in life can be challenging but with some planning and preparation moving on to a new phase in life can be easier than you think. 

    My guest in conversation today is Karen Herbert, Life Coach and co-founder with her husband, Curtis of Themelios Coaching.

    In today's conversation I found that Karen's ideas could translate to either the Empty Nester of those moving into retirement.

    We discussed:
    Keys to building relationships with your adult children Having a 'exploration mindset'How and why self-compassion is a powerful antidoteFinding purpose, engagement, and positive emotion in the empty nestYou can contact Karen via her email karen@thmlcoaching.com

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    • 44 min
    How to build Pelvic Floor Strength - It's all about the Core

    How to build Pelvic Floor Strength - It's all about the Core

    My guest in Conversation is Peta Gillian from Strong Healthy Women.  In this episode we discuss the importance of a Strong Core and building Pelvic Floor Strength.
    1 in 3 Australian women have pelvic floor issues. Many women who experience pelvic floor issues such as prolapse, incontinence, are afraid to exercise.
    During menopause with the fall in oestrogen that connective tissue becomes 50% and loses elasticity. 

    1. What is the core and why we need to keep it strong especially after 50
    2. Pelvic Floor - the exercises to avoid and exercises to strengthen
    3. The warning signs of weak core muscles
    4. How our lifestyles are killing our core strength and posture
    4. Staying Strong and healthy after 50

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    • 38 min
    Becoming A 'Brave New Girl' How to be Fearless After 50

    Becoming A 'Brave New Girl' How to be Fearless After 50

    Sometimes it takes a major event in our lives to make us reflect on where we are, where we want to be and what we want to do with the rest of our life. For many women, we wear several hats: career, partner, mother, daughter, sister, friend. We can soon lose sight of who we are as individuals,what our dreams are and even what we once enjoyed doing.
    I know I felt this way and I’m sure many of you have too.
    My guest today in Conversation on the Women Living Well After 50 podcast is Lou Hamilton, Creative Director at SILK STUDIOS Podcast Guest Agency, Podcast Host of Brave New Girl, BAFTA Filmmaker and Author. When Lou turned 50, she was two major events happened. She lost her grandmother and became an emptynester. These two events gave her pause to reflect and make some changes in her life.
    In fact, Lou found that ‘everything got better from 50!’
    During our conversation we discussed:
    Why passion and purpose aren’t necessarily the same thingThe importance of ‘owning your time’How to find a new path After 50Being brave and taking the leap to try something newWhy ‘doing’ something in her own small world to help the planet has become a passion for LouConnect with Lou Hamilton
    Podcast Brave New Girl – Her most recent interview: Creativity Found podcast
    Website: www.silk-studios.co.uk
    Lou Hamilton | LinkedIn

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    • 33 min
    Prioritising your time for a healthy & happy life

    Prioritising your time for a healthy & happy life

    On reflection I decided to make the topic for my Micro Mondays episode on the Women Living Well After 50 podcast, all about how we are use out time to live well and enjoy life.
    It’s my 64th birthday today and a time for me to reflect how I’ve used my time so far and how I want to make the most of the time I have left on this earth.
    I also reflect on the importance of making the most of time during lockdown which many are experiencing at the moment. Mental Health has become an issue and with this comes lack of clarity, not wanting to do anything and feelng ‘why bother’.
    We all have the same number hours during the week. Time can be short and we can get caught up in life and let life slip by without us realising it.
    Are you making the best use of your time to have a balanced and fulfilled life?
    During the podcast I discuss easy ways to make the most of your time


    Have a plan including time for being spontaneous. This is important especially during life’s challenges as we lose clarity and find that one day flows into the next without us realising.Think about how you want to use your time in the future. Make a list of what you would like to do.Make time for nurturing yourself in mind, body and spirit – even times for a ‘doona’ dayConnect with Sue
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    • 13 min
    Don't Stop Now - Making the most of the rest of your life

    Don't Stop Now - Making the most of the rest of your life

     Empty nest, career change, retirement - these are major life changes where we may feel unsure of our direction or purpose . My guest in Conversation today is Jan Fishler, author and speaker who decided to just go for it and now spends her time helping others to go for it as well.

    Jan's website: www.JanFishler.net 
    Book for midlife women: Don't Stop Now: Making the Most of the Rest of Your Life (www.DontStopNow.us) Available on Amazon

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    • 36 min
    A Guided Breath Meditation to overcome anxiety & stress

    A Guided Breath Meditation to overcome anxiety & stress

    In this week’s Micro Mondays episode on the Women Living Well After 50 Podcast, I’m focusing on reducing anxiety and stress through a short guided meditation.
    Lockdown due to COVID is hitting hard and many are feeling heightened stress and anxiety. Life in general can be stressful. Today I’m taking you through a guided meditation to find calm. We will focus on a breathing exercise that you can do at anytime you are feeling stress. It is important to focus on your well-being and taking time out for yourself is important.


    Some key points to remember about a breathing meditation:


    Find a quiet spot where you won’t be disturbedTake time to get comfortable. Sit in a comfortable chair or lay on a mat.Have a blanked nearby and perhaps light a candle for ambianceDon’t worry if you can’t clear your mind of thoughts. Accept them and let them go by taking the focus to the BREATHDon’t rush, give yourself up to the moment as you nurture your mind, body and spirit.


    Do you meditate? What do you do when you are feeling stressed or anxious?

    • 15 min

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jesoben ,

Thank You For Sharing The Story of Yvonne.

Thank you Sue for reaching out to Yvonne McLaren via the Women of Courage stories on my blog.

Yvonne certainly has so much to share and the knowledge of her life relating to food and more was so interesting.

I heard the passion in her voice as she was guided in the great interview by you and feel like I know more about Yvonne’s particular cancer and how it changed her life forever. Head and neck cancer sure does do that!

To help others understand by sharing examples from our lives is such a great way to use your skills and talents too Sue in the podcast series.

Denyse Whelan

Granny Debs ,

Always interesting and relevant

I love the topics and guests Sue has on her podcast. They are always interesting and relevant to this next stage of midlife. I look forward to more!

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