Living the Healthiest Version of Your Life

I was asked to contribute a guest post by Sue Loncaric for her Website Sizzling toward sixty. Sue’s passion is “helping and encouraging women in midlife to reach their full potential living a healthy & active lifestyle”. I encourage my readers to have a look at her website because it has so many resources for women in their midlife to inspire and guide them to live a healthy life. Sue lives on the Gold Coast and we’ve never met in person but I look forward to having a coffee and a chat with her when we are no longer social distancing.

This was my first guest post and I feel very honoured to have been invited to take part in her series Aging Well Living Well. I talked about some of the challenges I have faced in my life and how I overcame them to arrive at this point in my life. Here is an excerpt:

I want my remaining years to be as healthy as possible so I strive to overcome my health issues and live the healthiest version of my life as I canNo matter what your issues are, whether they are physical or mental, a lack of money or support, it is possible to live the healthiest version of yourself. Do what you can rather than focusing on what you can’t.

Christina Henry 2020

Take a look at my guest post at this link:

Living the Healthiest Version of Your Life

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18 Comments

  1. Hi Christina – I really enjoyed your post on Sue’s blog. It was great getting to know you a bit more and to be inspired by all the healthy choices you’ve made to reach the point you’re at now.
    Thanks for linking up with us at MLSTL and I’ve shared on my SM 😊

    1. Hi Britt, yes I agree, we can control how we embrace aging. It’s the way we look at it that counts. We can still be healthy despite, our aches and pains, health issues or the challenges that life has given us. Thanks so much for your feedback , regards Christina

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