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Fashion for women over 60

Senior Dating Tips: How to Write a Dating Profile that Gets Results – Advice from Lisa Copeland

November 18, 2014 |

Most women are natural storytellers. After all, we’ve had plenty of practice with our kids and grandkids over the years! But, when it comes to writing a dating profile after 60, we often find ourselves lost for words. We may not even be able to describe the kind of man that we are looking for. Well, for those of you who are struggling to find your words, I have good news and bad news. Read More

An Introduction to Gentle Yoga for Older Adults

November 17, 2014 | 3

When I ask the members of the Sixty and Me community what is holding them back from building their dream life after 60, poor health and excess stress are the two most common answers. It sometimes feels like, by the time we reach our 60s, we have a lifetime of tension locked in our bodies. On the inside, we feel young and vibrant. On the outside, we feel more than a little stiff, tired and out of shape. Read More

3 Compelling Reasons to Learn a Second Language in Retirement

November 16, 2014 | 38

Christmas dinner at my house features a symphony of different languages. Over turkey and stuffing, it’s not unusual to hear German, Russian, English and French being thrown around. So, perhaps it’s no surprise that I have come to understand in a very personal way the value of learning a second language – or two or three – after the age of 60. Read More

What’s Better for the Aging Brain – Brain Games or the Game of Life?

November 15, 2014 | 3

Like many women over 60, one of my biggest goals is to keep my brain in great shape so that I can enjoy everything that life offers in the decades to come. While I occasionally do something stupid, like leave my keys in the freezer, for the most part, I think that I’m doing a pretty good job. I get plenty of exercise, write for several hours a day and even try to keep up on the latest research on the aging brain. Read More

What is Yoga Really? Can You Benefit from Gentle Yoga After 60? – A Conversation with Cat Kabira

November 14, 2014 | 1

Women of our generation have a reputation for being willing to try new things. Through six decades of life, we have embraced new fashions, challenged the status quo and reinvented ourselves more times than we can count. Now, as we reach our 60s, we are once again challenging stereotypes and refusing to “age gracefully.” We want to stay active, flexible and healthy. Perhaps this is one of the reasons that so many women our age are taking a second look at yoga. Read More

5 Things Older Athletes Can Teach Us About Exercise Over 60

November 13, 2014 | 3

Most people would find the idea of completing 75 triathlons in 75 days daunting, but, this is exactly what Daphne Belt did to celebrate her 70th birthday. Daphne’s experience is inspirational, not just for her personal triumph, but, also for the message that it sends to other women over 60. You see, Daphne was not a born athlete. According to The Guardian, by her 50th birthday, Daphne was struggling with her weight to the point that she had difficulty climbing the stairs. Now, 25 years later, she is living proof that life after 50 can be filled with vitality, energy and new experiences. Read More

Dealing with Loneliness After 50 – Sixty and Me Research Results

November 12, 2014 | 46

Loneliness is a terrible emotion. It steals the fun from life, hurts our health and prevents us from following our dreams. Unfortunately, it is also a taboo subject, which few are willing to discuss in public. So, we let it sit quietly in our hearts and convince ourselves that we are alone in our loneliness. I want Sixty and Me to be a part of the solution and, as a first step, I reached out to the members of our community to ask them about their own experiences with loneliness. Read More

3 Implications of the Rise of Divorce After 50

November 11, 2014 | 11

In recent years, a lot has been written about the fact that divorce rates among Boomers are rising, while other generations are staying married longer. Regardless of the reasons for the surging divorce rate among Baby Boomers, one thing is clear – the fact that we are separating so late in life is going to have a major impact on society. This is not a simple matter of who we decide to spend our time with. The rise of divorce after 50 will shake our health systems, social relationships, and housing preferences to their very foundations.Read More

Want to Get Out of Debt After 60? Start by Understanding the Problem

November 10, 2014 | 5

When it comes to money, us Baby Boomers are in an interesting position. On the one hand, we hear over and over again that we are the “wealthiest generation in U.S. history.” On the other hand, the great majority of us are simply not prepared for retirement. To make matters worse, according to a recent report by TransUnion, nearly one in three Americans over 60 has debt and the average amount that we owe is $60,000. Ouch! Read More

Are You Ready for the Real Anti-Aging Revolution?

November 9, 2014 | 4

If you have been following Sixty and Me for any period of time, you already know that I am not a big fan of the term “anti-aging.” In fact, I would go as far as to say that the pressure that women feel to look younger is one of the key psychological factors holding us back after 60. Read More

4 Surprising Fall Makeup Trends for Older Women – Ariane Poole Explains All!

November 8, 2014 |

As a rule, women over 60 don’t like to follow trends. Every season we are bombarded with suggestions for new products that we mostly ignore. When it comes to fashion, ignoring trends is usually a good thing. After all, most “trends” are not designed with the older consumer in mind. Read More

How to Live Without Regrets After 60

November 6, 2014 | 23

You can’t get to age 60 without making a few mistakes. These range from small missteps, which nibble at us to larger errors, which keep us up at night. Perhaps the most harmful memories are of the times when we have accidentally hurt someone else – or ourselves for that matter!

It’s natural to have occasional regrets about the past. Some of us lament the end of a marriage, while others wish that we had had the strength to end a bad relationship earlier. From my conversations with the Sixty and Me community, I can tell that almost all women have at least some level of regret about how they prepared for retirement. What is your biggest regret? Read More

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