Friday Favourites: Revisiting ways to be fit, fabulous, healthier and happier

 

Fit Fabulous Healthier Happier

Fit, fabulous, healthier and happier.  I’m sure that is what we all strive for to enjoy life in our retirement.

Want to feel at the top of your game and enjoy life?

I’ve focused on health and wellness for the whole of June and I hope you have been inspired, learned something new and feel motivated to improve your own health.

In this week’s Friday Favourites, I’m sharing 5 of my favourite posts about health and wellness, that I have written in the past.  It seems a shame sometimes to archive older posts which are still very much relevant.  So I’ve selected 5 which will help you in your journey to be fit, fabulous, healthier and happier.

Just click on each image to take you through to the full post and enjoy, be motivated and inspired.

 

Fit, fabulous, healthier and happier

 

1. Easy ways to maintain your fitness after 50

In this post, I’ve shared some easy ways you can still exercise and be fit even with an aging body.  Maintaining fitness after 50 is just so important to leading an active and fun life.

 

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2. Easy ways to lower your stress in Under a Minute

Even in retirement we can become stressed and anxious – sometimes over the smallest of things. Being stressed or anxious is definitely not good for our mind, body or soul.  In this post, I share some quick ways you can lower your stress in 60 seconds or less.

 

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3. Osteoporosis – What it means to you in Midlife?

Affecting both men and women with the numbers affected increasing with age, this disease is known as the ‘silent disease’ because there are no symptoms. Being informed about Osteoporosis is vital to maintaining good bone health as we age.

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4. My ‘A-Z’ Guide to a Healthier, Happier lifestyle

Last year I took the AtoZ writing challenge and based my theme about achieving a healthier, happier lifestyle.  I’ve included the category with all of my posts as they provide so much information to improve your health and lifestyle from A to Z!

 

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5. Midlife Mental Health – Nourish your mind and your body

In this post I share the top 5 foods to nourish your mind and body.  They actually help your ‘mood’ as well as being nutritious.

 

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I hope you enjoy discovering these posts and others throughout the website and are inspired and motivated to live a healthier lifestyle!

Please feel free to leave a comment and share your ways to keep fit, fabulous, healthier and happier.

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24 thoughts on “Friday Favourites: Revisiting ways to be fit, fabulous, healthier and happier

    1. Sue Loncaric Post author

      Thanks for the inspiration Leanne! Although something has gone wrong with the theme and I’ve lost my pink titles and headers on the actual post. It could be worse the colour could be bright orange! That’s enough tinkering for now I think xx

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    1. Sue Loncaric Post author

      Hi Shirley! Hope you have had a good week. I sometimes do this with posts if they are relevant because I have written so many it seems a shame to just leave them in the archives. So I make them part of my Friday Favourites. Glad you enjoyed them and have a beautiful weekend. xx

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    1. Sue Loncaric Post author

      Hi Kathy! Thanks for visiting and leaving me a comment. I’m so pleased you enjoyed the collection. I tried to use some of my previous posts which had been archived because they were relevant to my Health and Wellness month. Sometimes we just need a little reminder don’t we? Have a beautiful weekend and hope you visit again.

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    1. Sue Loncaric Post author

      Hi Fabiola! Yes one of my other readers said the same thing, so I hope you get some motivation to take time out for yourself. Have a beautiful weekend and thanks for visiting. x

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  1. Donna

    I too love your blogs’ new look and your round-up. Presenting a collection of posts under one theme is a great idea. As a reader, I find it very helpful!

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    1. Sue Loncaric Post author

      Oh thanks Donna, I think I’ve finally found an image design I like! I’ve changed my look several times over two years but I think I will leave it this way for now. I wanted to make a collection of posts because we write so many and then they just sit in the archives. I thought that revisiting some from my health and wellness category would be helpful and still in my monthly theme. Have a wonderful weekend, Donna xx

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    1. Sue Loncaric Post author

      Hello Klaudia! You have certainly made my day with your comments. I’ve actually just changed my images so I’m very pleased to hear your thoughts. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you visit again. Have a beautiful weekend!

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