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5 thoughts on Positive Aging

October 9, 2017
Positive Aging Series

Thoughts on Positive Aging


October is Positive Aging Series including The Positive Aging Interviews.  I’ve written a number of posts about Positive Aging and would like to reintroduce you to them.  I’ve put together 5 of my favourite posts that I’ve written and hope you enjoy the message behind them that is that:

  • Positive Aging is Positively Wonderful.
  • Having a purpose is vital for successful Positive Aging
  • How Nutrition plays a part in Positive Aging
  • Ways to find your purpose for successful Positive Aging
  • How having a pet can improve our lives and assist in Positive Aging


5 thoughts on Positive Aging

1. Why Positive Aging is Positively Wonderful

5 Thoughts on Positive Aging

Midlife is the time to reflect but also a time to look forward and plan what you want for the rest of your life. Yes, the downside of midlife for women are the hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings and other symptoms of menopause BUT these can be controlled and should not be AN EXCUSE to give up …. Continue reading

2. Positive Aging – Nutrition for Over 50s

5 Thoughts on Positive Aging

Part of positive aging is maintaining good health and well being is adopting an eating lifestyle that provides good nutrition.  What we eat as we age is vital to not only good physical health but also our mental health. I recently completed a course through FutureLearn.com ‘Strategies … Continue reading

3. Why Having a Purpose is the key to Positive Aging

5 Thoughts on Positive Aging

Did you know the people of Okinawa are known to have the largest population of people who live to 100?  I read this in Dr James Rouse’s book, ‘Are you willing to show up and live your best life?’.

One reason for the Okinawans’ longevity is that they live by ‘Ikigai’ which means everyone has a reason for being – a reason to get up in the morning…. Continue reading


4. Simple Ways to find your Purpose in Life

5 Thoughts on Positive Aging

Do you know what your purpose in life is? Do you know how to find it? You’ve read about the health benefits of having a purpose in life and why having a Purpose in life is the key to positive aging but are you stuck trying to … Continue reading

5. How Pets can improve our Health & Wellbeing

5 Thoughts on Positive Aging

I love my grandpuppy! Yes I have a grandpuppy who is a Miniature Schnauzer and is so cute – she even has her own Instagram account https://www.instagram.com/wallis_the_pooch/ check here out!  Her name is Wallis and she thinks she is a human and sometimes so do I. Each … Continue reading

Enjoy this wonderful time and life and be true to yourself!

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  • Reply Donna October 12, 2017 at 04:47

    I loved reviewing your posts on ‘positive aging’, Sue. You are a great model for this topic. I always get a (often needed) kick in the pants to get back on track, once I have read one of your posts. Thank you for the continuing inspiration.

  • Reply Debbie Harris October 12, 2017 at 20:57

    These are great tips Sue! I hope your trip is going well 🙂

  • Reply Wendy | The Art of "Why Not?" October 14, 2017 at 04:50

    Sue your positivity is contagious! I’m glad you shared these again because they’re inspiring every time.

    • Reply Sue Loncaric October 17, 2017 at 00:28

      Oh thanks Wendy sometimes a need a reminder myself. xx

  • Reply Leanne | www.crestingthehill.com.au October 15, 2017 at 20:22

    A great recap of some of your posts Sue – you’re right about the fact that Midlife can be a really positive experience – getting older isn’t all doom and gloom (especially if you’re on holidays in Europe!!)

    • Reply Sue Loncaric October 17, 2017 at 00:27

      I needed to remind myself Leanne and yes life is pretty good especially when one is on holidays in Europe. No complaints here! xx

  • Reply Carrie Myers October 18, 2017 at 00:36

    Great roundup! I find that many mid lifers are questioning their lives or reflecting about what has happened. I don’t question too often. I think starting my blog has been my therapy for turning fifty. I’m creative again, have a sense of purpose and drive to create something out of nothing. I’m feeling very positive about myself right now!

    • Reply Sue Loncaric October 19, 2017 at 22:47

      Hi Carrie thank you for stopping by to comment and so pleased you enjoyed the post. I need to check out your blog when I return from my holiday in Spain. I do believe blogging is a positive experience and I love the connections I have made. Have a lovely day and visit again soon xx

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