You’re here! I’m so glad you made it.

If you’re a woman over 50 (or soon to be 50), I want to welcome you to the BEST of your life!

So far, you have juggled and struggled with major life events that may include:

  • Having children
  • Raising children
  • Climbing the career ladder
  • Dealing with an empty nest
  • The menopause
  • Caring for elderly parents
  • … and much more!

I talk to many women who, at this stage, feel like they have spent their whole lives caring for others – and now they are stuck. They feel there must be more to life but don’t know what. Sometimes, they even feel invisible.  They are not enjoying life, they don’t know why and they feel guilty and confused. Can you relate to any of that?

Well, it ends now!


A life that you can start living as soon as you make the decision.

My goal?

For you to create the rest of your life the way you really want to live it – starting now.


“It’s never too late, never too late to start over, never too late to be happy.” – Jane Fonda

It’s never too late to transform your way of living.

I’m Christine L. Conroy, and I know all about what you’re going through.

I am passionate about helping women over 50 take control of their lives.  I spend my days teaching and offering tips and strategies to enable them to live flourishing and fulfilling lives.  

I am also passionate about my family, good food, fine wine, 90% cocoa chocolate…and dry stone walls!

Why am I qualified to do this work?

I do this work because, just like you, I’ve experienced major life changes. I transformed my own life first in many ways.

While having three young children at home, I decided to go back to school to study for a degree in Art and Design history. After going on to gain a Post-graduate Certificate in Higher Education and Research, I became a university lecturer.

Teaching was an absolute joy.

However, before long it seemed I was spending more of my time teaching personal development than my own subject. I came to realize just how urgently my students needed personal development guidance. It shocked me that so many of my warm, bright and funny young students were lacking in motivation and fed up with life. I went back to intensive study to become a qualified life coach in order to best help them.

The idea to write the book, Stitch Your Own Silver Linings was inspired by my family but it was a student confessing to me that he was clinically depressed that served as the catalyst to finally start writing.

In addition, I opened a private coaching practice and trained as a professional speaker in order to reach a wider audience with my message:


“Life is too short to live it any other way than happy and you can think your way to happiness”