Are you ageing well, do you think? This month it's Ageing Well In August with tips and prompts to help us age and live well. Here's my third weekly wrap-up.
Are you ageing well, do you think? This month it's Ageing Well In August with tips and prompts to help us age and live well. Here's my second weekly wrap-up.
Are you ageing well, do you think? This month it's Ageing Well In August with tips and prompts to help us age and live well.
Here are the final days of prompts for #JournalinginJuly. The month of Journaling is now over! You can read my responses to the daily prompts with lots of fun answers here!
A guest post from Sue, all about the Seasons of Life and how each cycle teaches us to live a better life. Sue is my co-host for #JournalinginJuly
Here's Week 4 of #JournalinginJuly. The month of Journaling is almost over! You can read my responses to the daily prompts with lots of fun answers! Feel free to join in and linkup with your thoughts.
If you could choose 5 things you don't want in your life, what would you choose? Here are my thoughts in a guest post on Sue's blog - Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond. Negativity/meanness, toxic people, being overwhelmed, fake people and a world without smiles and laughter - these are things that made my list for this #JournalinginJuly prompt. Pop over to Sue's blog to read the whole post 🙂
Here's Week 3 of #JournalinginJuly. You can read my responses to the daily prompts with lots of fun answers! Feel free to join in and linkup with your thoughts.
Here's Week 2 of #JournalinginJuly You can read my responses to the daily prompts. Lots of favourites this week. Feel free to join in and linkup.
Week 1 of #JournalinginJuly - read my responses to the daily prompts. Feel free to join in and linkup.
For the month of July I'm joining Sue from Sizzling towards 60 and Beyond for a month of #JournalinginJuly with the focus on daily writing prompts. Feel free to join in!
I crossed something off my Retirement To-Do list recently, not because I'd completed it, as you might expect, but because I'd lost interest in it. I'd lost my drive, my passion, my joy for it. Where did it go and is this cause for concern?
I have just completed an easy questionnaire on the subject of retirement. I found out about this project from another midlife blogger and decided to add my voice to the story. If you are a woman and you're retired I highly recommend you join up and share your story and thoughts, it's for a good …
Taking Stock - November 2018 Are you comfortable and ready for a catchup chat? Hello from me! Another month has flown by and we're on the home straight heading for the end of the year, and it also just happens to be my birthday month too! As much as birthdays and Christmas are happy times, …
I have enjoyed hosting a few guests on my blog as part of my People of Interest feature where I share interesting people with you my interesting readers. Meet Sue!
Today is Stephanie Scott’s 28th birthday and her mother asked us all to join the family by stopping for a cup of tea and a mint slice (her favourite biscuit) at 3pm today. My workplace stopped to honour and remember Stephanie, it was a sombre tea break to say the least.
I’m pleased to say that most shops sold out of mint slices today as people heeded a mother’s simple request. At the end of the day I was able to come home knowing my three daughters are all safe and happy living their lives to the fullest. I have a 28 year old planning her wedding and another daughter was married late last year so this hit me very hard. I can only wish her family and her fiancee peace and the strength to continue on.
Her body was found on the day of her wedding and her killer was convicted to a life sentence just days before her 28th birthday. How sad!
As I said in my original post ‘Rest in Peace Stephanie’.
Today should have been the happiest day of their lives but it was the saddest day of all.
You may have heard of this but just in case you haven’t…..
A young teacher went into her school last weekend to complete work for while she was to be away on her honeymoon. She was due to be married within days. She was never seen again by her fiancée, her family or her friends. A massive search was undertaken.
What is thought to be her remains were found today, the day she was to be married to her childhood sweetheart. It is alleged that she was murdered by a cleaner at the school.
As the mother of a bride to be, I can’t begin to imagine how her fiancée and her family are coping with this awful tragedy. With everything ready for the wedding and guests arriving, the sadness would be…
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