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Ready to go to bed and wake up with less stress & with momentum for the day?

October 20, 2021
Go to bed and wake up with less stress

Routines, Rituals & Habits they are all a part of daily life, but there are subtle differences. My guest in conversation in this episode of the Women Living Well After 50 podcast is Peta Gillian, CEO of Strong Healthy Women.

During the conversation we discussed:

  1. The benefits of creating a morning or evening routine
  2. What a morning routine looks like
  3. What an evening routine looks like
  4. The 4 components to creating a habit that lasts
  5. Changing routines and habits can be overwhelming – how to make those changes easier to achieve and maintain


BY FAR the easiest way to make good decisions throughout the day to keep you moving towards your goal… all while experiencing LESS stress and MORE ease… Is a solid MORNING ritual.

But… In order to create a morning ritual you will actually stick to, you need to PREPARE THE NIGHT BEFORE.  So how do you customise a morning and night-time routine to fit your goals and lifestyle?

Step 1. You download a free copy of my Good Morning, Good Night Ritual Guide” HERE

Step 2. You fill out the accompanying workbook to fit your goals, schedule, and lifestyle.

Step 3. You go to bed and wake up with less stress, more confidence, and a ton of momentum for the day!

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Meet Peta

3 top tips for Thriving through 50
Peta Gillian, CEO, Strong Healthy Women

Peta Gillian is qualified fitness and lifestyle professional who is passionate about helping women 50+ stay off the slippery slope and be strong, fit, and flexible for everyday life. 

Her FITFlex, Ageless Confidence and Fuelled up Programs have been recognised as the Winner of the Healthcare and Fitness Small Business Awards and a Finalist in the Australian Fitness Industry Awards. 

She’s an international bestselling author and has been invited to share her expertise in the transformation of women 50+ in print and digital media. 

After seeing the effects of preventable disease on the women in her family, finding her own strategies to transform her personal health, Peta has taught these same strategies to thousands of other women.

For more than 15 years Peta’s been encouraging women to “believe they can”, and fully embrace this delightful stage of life.

She loves skiing, hiking, travelling, self-care time, staying active and learning something new every day.

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  • Reply Retirement Reflections October 20, 2021 at 13:26

    Hi, Sue and Peta – I fully agree that morning and evening rituals can help us to reduce stress and live a healthier lifestyle. When we let ourselves fall out of these routines, it can be very difficult to get them back on track. I am now being extra dilligent at keeping my core routines in place. 😀

    • Reply Sue Loncaric October 22, 2021 at 09:30

      Hi Donna, I think Peta covered some good points in our conversation. I’ve fallen out of some of my better habits due to stress so need to re-evaluate and work on those areas again. x

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