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5 Tips for Expressing Your Lifestyle Through Your Style After 60
1 year ago

5 Tips for Expressing Your Lifestyle Through Your Style After 60

Is your closet jam-packed with clothing you no longer wear? Would you like to try a new look, improve your image or gain more confidence? What about your hairstyle? Do you wear it the same way all the time because you don’t know what to do with it? Read More

Aging with Style: Are You a Different 60 Than Your Mom Was?
1 year ago

Aging with Style: Are You a Different 60 Than Your Mom Was?

Granted, times, opportunities, healthcare and attitudes are different from when our mothers were in their 60s, resulting in a currently “smarter” generation when it comes to information access. Read More

Plus Size Clothing Doesn’t Have to Be Boring! Here’s How to Shake Up Your Routine
1 year ago

Plus Size Clothing Doesn’t Have to Be Boring! Here’s How to Shake Up Your Routine

Ever feel like you just wear the same old things, day-in, day-out? It’s easy to get stuck in a fashion rut. And it’s not like local shops offer a good variety of plus size clothing. What can you do if your style has become too routine? Read More

A Celebrity Makeup Artist’s Take on Makeup for Older Women
1 year ago

A Celebrity Makeup Artist’s Take on Makeup for Older Women

Finding good advice on how to apply makeup for older women is a challenge. So, since this is a topic that many women in the community have asked me about, I turned to celebrity makeup artist, Ariane Poole for some advice. Read More

Health and Fitness | Read About Healthy Aging, Losing Weight, Sleep and More!

Isn’t it Time for Boomers to Ditch Their Bathroom Scales?
5 months ago

Isn’t it Time for Boomers to Ditch Their Bathroom Scales?

Bathroom scales might be one of the biggest enemies for Boomers. Yes, I had one of them in my bathroom, and I instinctively stepped on it at least once each week after a morning shower to see whether my holiday eating habits took a significant toll on my weight. Read More

Is Dementia a Feminist Issue? This Author Says Yes and Offers Advice for Family Caregivers
5 months ago

Is Dementia a Feminist Issue? This Author Says Yes and Offers Advice for Family Caregivers

Women over 60 are living longer, healthier and better informed lives. In fact, for most of us, maintaining our good health is on our minds every day. Read More

The 4 Heart-Healthy Food Groups that Should Dominate Your Diet After 60
6 months ago

The 4 Heart-Healthy Food Groups that Should Dominate Your Diet After 60

Most of us know that we can reduce our risk of developing heart disease with lifestyle changes – like incorporating exercise into our daily routine.

But did you know that heart disease can be reversed through those same lifestyle changes, especially proper nutrition? It may be hard to believe, but according to published studies, it’s true. Read More

Should Governments Get More Involved in Fighting Loneliness? This Country Thinks So!
6 months ago

Should Governments Get More Involved in Fighting Loneliness? This Country Thinks So!

Over the last few decades, governments across the world have taken an increasingly active role in promoting public health. They encourage flu shots, help to coordinate responses to epidemics, invest in basic science and more specialized medical research and create a safety net for low income families that need access to doctors. Read More

Senior Dating | Read About Mature Dating, Sexuality, Online Dating and More!

Travel and Cruises | Read About Solo Travel, Senior Travel, Cruises, Insurance and More!

What Makes for the Best Cruise, Other Than Price?
2 years ago

What Makes for the Best Cruise, Other Than Price?

I’ll admit that, when it comes to finding the best cruise, price is probably the first thing that most of us look at. This is completely natural. After all, if you don’t have the money to set foot on a luxury ship, what’s the point in researching the quality of its spa or the depth of its itinerary? Read More

7 Powerful Life Lessons From My Trip to Bali
2 years ago

7 Powerful Life Lessons From My Trip to Bali

I’m sitting in my little hotel in Bali, packing my bags to come home to Switzerland, my head full of memories and my heart full of love for this wonderful island and its amazing people. Read More

6 Amazing Places to Revisit in Your 60s – Senior Travel Tips (Video)
2 years ago

6 Amazing Places to Revisit in Your 60s – Senior Travel Tips (Video)

With the rest of the world waiting to be explored, why should you return to a place you have already visited?

There are three reasons, I believe, to go back to an amazing destination. Read More

Sustainable Tourism After 60: How to Protect the Environment for Your Grandkids
2 years ago

Sustainable Tourism After 60: How to Protect the Environment for Your Grandkids

Most women in our community travel to relax, rewind and rejuvenate.

In the west, we live hectic lives and often feel stressed and over committed. Some of us – present company included – spend too much time online. Others live in busy towns and cities, where we practice unhealthy eating habits and live with toxic air. Read More

Retirement and Money | Read About Retirement, Making Money, Encore Careers and More!

How I Turned a $150 Legal Advice Lemon Into $10,000 of Lemonade
2 years ago

How I Turned a $150 Legal Advice Lemon Into $10,000 of Lemonade

At a local meeting on health care financing, a lawyer neighbor of mine, “Sam,” offered a free half-hour consultation on estate planning at the large law firm on whose staff he serves.

Being hopelessly naïve, and forgetting the rule “there is no such thing as a free lunch,” I signed up, also thinking I’d be doing him a favor as he’d get a little credit from his colleagues for having gotten an enrollee. Read More

When it Comes to Making Money in Retirement, is $500 Better than $100,000?
2 years ago

When it Comes to Making Money in Retirement, is $500 Better than $100,000?

Do you know what older adults fear most? Is it death? Nope. Getting a serious illness? Not even close. According to a survey by the financial company Allianz, baby boomers fear running out of money in retirement more than anything else.

Specifically, they found that 43% of boomers feared outliving their savings. That’s more than the percentage of people who feared cognitive decline and loneliness combined! Read More

Discover the Power of Weak Ties to Rejuvenate Your Career After 50
2 years ago

Discover the Power of Weak Ties to Rejuvenate Your Career After 50

You are probably wondering, “What the heck are weak ties and how can they help me rejuvenate my career?” Most of us who are in the second half of life have had a hiccup or two within our careers sometime during the last 15 years. That includes me. Read More

60 Creative Ways to Make Money in Retirement
2 years ago

60 Creative Ways to Make Money in Retirement

A few weeks ago, I asked the women in our community how they make money in retirement. Their answers were amazing and showed just how creative our generation has become when it comes to supplementing our income in the best years of our lives.

So, today, I’d like to share 60 creative ways that we have found to make money in retirement. I hope that you find them useful. Read More

Life After 60 | Read About Grandchildren, Marriage, Divorce and More!

The Unexpected Benefits of Downsizing: Clear Your Clutter and Your Outlook on Life
6 months ago

The Unexpected Benefits of Downsizing: Clear Your Clutter and Your Outlook on Life

Maybe you’re still living in the house where you raised the children: Bedrooms remain unused. Closets are full of things accumulated over decades. Memories are in every corner. The garage is stuffed with who knows what. Read More

Eyes Struggling with Small Fonts? How to Adjust Display Settings On Your Computer
6 months ago

Eyes Struggling with Small Fonts? How to Adjust Display Settings On Your Computer

Do you find yourself avoiding using technology because either your vision isn’t perfect or your eyes are fatigued at the end of the day? Do you think you’d be more likely to benefit from apps like FaceTime, Skype and text messages if you could see their buttons in a larger and/or clearer display? Read More

Take an Electric Slide Down Memory Lane: How Many 1970s Dances Do You Remember? (Vintage Videos)
6 months ago

Take an Electric Slide Down Memory Lane: How Many 1970s Dances Do You Remember? (Vintage Videos)

By  •  Lifestyle

I love to dance… and have the embarrassing pictures to prove it! So, today, I’d like to share a few videos of my favorite 1970s dances. Let’s take an electric slide down memory lane together! Read More

It’s Winter Soup Time! 3 Hearty Recipes, You’ll Love!
6 months ago

It’s Winter Soup Time! 3 Hearty Recipes, You’ll Love!

It is winter and except for a few of us who live in the tropics, most are experiencing some cold weather. We probably will not get snow where we live this year but the mornings are still very cold. The evenings are cold enough to enjoy a fire in our cozy living room. Read More

Mindset and Inspiration | Read About Happiness, Gratitude, Nostalgia, Getting Older and More!

The Art of Moving Through a Difficult Time in Your 60s
7 months ago

The Art of Moving Through a Difficult Time in Your 60s

No matter how much we take care of our responsibilities, nurture our relationships and work hard to develop a number of Plan Bs, we still occasionally find ourselves in the midst of a difficult time. Read More

Why Cultivating Gratitude Is a Reset Button for Positivity After 60
7 months ago

Why Cultivating Gratitude Is a Reset Button for Positivity After 60

By  •  Mindset

The rice paddies that stretch out from the house are flooded now, reflecting the sky with big puff-ball clouds that turn pink, then orange, then white as the morning sun rises. Read More

Follow these 4 Steps to Have an Authentically Happy New Year
7 months ago

Follow these 4 Steps to Have an Authentically Happy New Year

By  •  Mindset

After a loss come sorrow, grief, anger and depression, even rage. My motto is ‘live your dreams without drama.’ Easier said than done sometimes. Read More

How Asking for Help After 60 Can Be a Sign of Strength
7 months ago

How Asking for Help After 60 Can Be a Sign of Strength

By  •  Mindset

No matter who you are, I believe that everyone requests guidance or ‘prays’ to someone or something at some time in life. It doesn’t have to be about religion or religious beliefs either. Read More

Sixty and Me is an online magazine and a global community of over 500,000 women over 60. Our mission is to empower and motivate women to find their own voice and value in a transitional time of life that offers so much new opportunity. Topics covered on Sixty and Me include makeup for older women, senior dating, retirement planning, fashion for older women, senior travel, grandchildren and more. Thanks for being a part of our community!

 

 

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