About Sue

Sue Kelly

Sue Kelly, President | Wellness Expert

I am a retired Registered Nurse – the backstory is that I began my career as a Public Health Nurse working at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto and then outposts in northern Manitoba. Over the years I’ve been a Visiting Nurse, Business Development Manager, a Palliative Care Coordinator and a Faculty Member at Sheridan College.

The current story is that I am writing my debut manuscript on wellness –   Still Sexy After 60 … Seven Secrets to Finding Life’s Sweet Spot. While writing my book I got the bright idea to organize a conference for women – and so I founded the first Women’s Wellness Conference in Muskoka in 2016 and with my sensational team, did it again in 2017. I also have a weekly talk show called Sweet Spots on Hunters Bay Radio – check it out at www.muskokaonline.com or 88.7 FM.

When I get an hour to myself I enjoy kayaking, gardening, sewing, photography and writing about my grandchildren. And intermixed in there is the provision of care for my elderly Mom who is in her mid 90’s.

I am married to my soul-mate Paul, a Gravenhurst District Councillor; we have three adult children and 6 precious grandchildren. We live on the shores of a pretty lake near Gravenhurst, in beautiful Muskoka, Ontario.

9 Responses to About Sue

  1. kimfraser says:

    you go, girl! I just found your site! You have much wisdom to share as well as how to live life full of zest and compassion! Loving following you!!

    • Sue Kelly says:

      Hi Kim – thanks for visiting my site – I appreciate your comments and I feel that ‘things’ are finally coming together. Best of luck with your writing too. Cheers, Sue

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  3. Jen Beagle says:

    Dear Sue,

    I came across your website while searching for…well, that doesn’t matter. I am not 60 yet but your website/blog just makes me feel like there is so much to look forward to in life! Life is an excellent journey until the very end. We should all make smart choices now to ensure we live long and most importantly happy healthy lives. You’re an inspiration and I subscribed to your blog so I can see what is next!

    All the best!

    Jen Beagle
    Toronto, ON

    • Sue Kelly says:

      Hello Jen

      What a breath of fresh air to read your comments. You have captured the essence of my work – living life to the fullest to the end. The key is knowing what your passion is, knowing your talents and gifts and finding purpose in living. Don’t settle for anything less. You are a kindred spirit. Best, Sue

  4. Deb Grant says:

    Dear Sue
    Finally, the ‘birth’ of an idea, ‘conceived’ in Muskoka, so many months ago.
    You are the embodiment of vibrancy, love and caring. To knit those of us together, to share in the richness of our collective experience, with understanding, compassion and a good dose of humor….the ‘spawn of your creativity’ cannot help but be wildly successful.
    I turn the big six-oh this year, and do so with open arms and a big grin on my face. I can honestly say I have never felt healthier, happier (despite all life’s pitfalls), and more alive than I do at this time in my life.
    After all…..to see what lies ahead, I just have to look at you, share in your experience and the life experiences of so many wonderful people who are sure to be a part of this.
    Can’t wait…..strap ’em on girlfriend. It’s gonna be a wild ride! xo

    • Sue Kelly says:

      Deb – you made my morning as I read your inspirational comments about SSS. You give me hope that I am on the right track and the encouragement to keep on going. Whoo Hoo – we are going to celebrate your big Six Oh – kinda like a coming out party or coming of age celebration. You embody Sexy at 60 girlfriend!
      Love Sue

  5. Hi,
    I’m a romance author for Harlequin in Toronto, and have been for the past ten years or so. I’m approaching seventy and don’t see my life slowing down in any measurable way. I’m a retired nurse and cared for my husband during his rapid decline and death from ALS in 2013.
    Your site looks interesting, and I wanted to touch base with you and hear more of what you have planned for your site.

    • Sue Kelly says:

      Hello Ruth:
      So nice to hear from you. As a homecare nurse, I recall caring for a gentleman with ALS – my heart goes out to you as I imagine (if only in a small way) what your journey must have been like. Congrats on being an author for Harlequin – it’s not easy to get published so WAY TO GO. You do sound alive and well and full of spunk.
      I’m just getting back into my sweet spot in writing my book and blogs. I hope to tell the stories of many who have found their sweet spot in life – especially by taking a risk and making the changes necessary to live memorable lives.
      Maybe we can connect at some point. Please feel free to share any of your ideas or strategies for enjoying life to the fullest.
      Thanks for dropping by


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