Three Generations Embark upon an Educational Adventure in Yellowstone with Road ... September 4, 2015 | Sixty and Me
How Makeup Can Help You to Go Grey Gracefully: Makeup Tips for Older Women (Vide... September 4, 2015 | Margaret Manning
Longevity is a Resource – Here’s How to Get the Most from It... September 3, 2015 | Joan Frances Moran
Want to Lose a Few Pounds in Your 60s? Try Being More Social!... September 3, 2015 | Margaret Manning
6 Lessons My Mother Taught Me About (Not) Aging Well... September 2, 2015 | Suzanne Mulligan-Born
Wondering where to live in retirement? Thinking about finding a roommate after 60? Then, this video is for you! In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I talk with Bonnie Moore, founder of the Golden Girls Network about why more older women are looking for a roommate in retirement…
Whether you’re starting a services business or building a physical product, finding customers is critical to your success. Right about now, you’re probably thinking that this is the most obvious statement in the world. Before you stop reading, consider the fact that most entrepreneurs put very little thought into this part of the process. Instead, they charge ahead with building their perfect product, assuming that their customers will come to them. This rarely happens.
If you have been watching the new Netflix series, “Grace and Frankie,” you have probably fallen in love with Lily Tomlin all over again. In the series, she plays Frankie, a funny, quirky, hippie character that appears alongside the elegant and conventional Grace, played by Jane Fonda.
We’ve lived good lives. At this point, we should be able to look back and count our blessings. After all, we have created a community of friends, relatives and colleagues that stretch out more than 60 years. Most of us are excited about the many decades of life that we have ahead of us – decades that we want to fill with the passions, people and places that matter to us.
At the same time, as we reach our 60s, it’s common to start worrying about our mortality.
Richard Gere somehow manages to combine the innocence of a little boy with the charm and charisma of a man who knows how to get what he wants from life. He is also a favorite of the Sixty and Me community. Now, as he turns 66 on August 31st, 2015, let’s wish him a happy birthday and take a look at some of the highlights from his career.
Let’s take a minute to imagine life 10,000 years ago. It’s sunset, and while you don’t have a watch, you know that it’s time to sleep. Over the course of the last hour, the sun has gently descended behind the mountains, turning the sky from blue to yellow to red to purple. There are dangers in the night, but, you feel safe in your cave, surrounded by your family.
Is sex after 60 really better than ever? Or, does Hollywood have it right when they portray sex as a young person’s game? In this interview, I talk with dating coach, Lisa Copeland about love and sex after 60. 90% of our Boomerly members believe that it is possible to find love after 50. Do you agree or disagree. Watch the video and let us know in the comments.
Every day, it seems like another famous actor, musician or sports star declares bankruptcy. A few of the most famous examples include Kim Basinger, Billy Joel and Nicolas Cage. More recently, famous rapper, 50 cent, threw in the towel and admitted that his debts had become too much to handle.
So you’ve decided to start running. I’m assuming you’re in good physical condition and injury free. Running is an excellent choice as it is one of the best cardio exercises for burning calories and strengthening the heart. You’re aware that other women over 60 are running and that they all have good things to say about how they’ve improved their physical and mental health.
Ariane Poole is an amazingly talented makeup artist. Over the years, she has worked with dozens of celebrities and even royalty. Now, she is ready to share some of her celebrity makeup tips for older women! Specifically, in this interview, we sat down to discuss how to get the most from your aging skin…
I’m not a big fan of celebrity watching. Whenever I happen to be sitting across from someone famous at a restaurant, I pretend not to notice.
After all, they deserve their privacy. All that said, I was still happy when I saw this picture of Helen Mirren riding the subway.
If you have gone through steps 1-4 in my “How to Build a Business After 50” series, you already have a good idea of your strengths and skills. You have probably settled on your profitable business idea. You may have even set up your website. Now what? How can you get the information you need to decide exactly what to build? Equally important, how can you market it to your prospective customers? One way to do both is with content marketing.