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About Margaret Manning

Margaret Manning is an entrepreneur, author and speaker. She is passionate about building dynamic and engaged communities that improve lives and change perceptions. Margaret is the founder of Sixty and Me. Her 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.
Latest Posts | By Margaret Manning
Applying Makeup for Wrinkles and Age Spots (Video)
4 years ago

Applying Makeup for Wrinkles and Age Spots (Video)

In this video, we will walk through how to apply makeup for wrinkles. We also cover several surprising techniques for dealing with age spots. Ariane and I created this video series to help women look and feel their best at any age. It’s not about looking younger. It’s about looking and feeling great! Read More

There Are Plenty of Ways to Discover Cool Sites – Here’s One of My Faves
4 years ago

There Are Plenty of Ways to Discover Cool Sites – Here’s One of My Faves

Everyone has their favorite websites. But, with so many to choose from, finding new places to visit online, while avoiding all the nonsense, can be challenging. Read More

More Women Over 60 than Ever Are Living Alone… and Loving it!
4 years ago

More Women Over 60 than Ever Are Living Alone… and Loving it!

Midlife women are doing it again. As we did in our 20s, we are questioning fundamentals, challenging the status quo, being stubbornly bohemian and embracing the unconventional. Boomers are tenaciously breaking down stereotypes about aging and redefining life after 60. However, this raises an important question. Read More

Book Club: “State of Wonder”, by Ann Patchett
4 years ago

Book Club: “State of Wonder”, by Ann Patchett

State of Wonder” was recommended to me by so many women in the Sixty and Me community that I decided it was time to add it to my reading list. Now that I have had a chance to see for myself, I can say that the praise for author Ann Patchett is totally justified.

The story is about Dr. Marina Singh, a pharmaceutical researcher. She travels into the Amazon jungle to collect the remains and effects of a colleague who had recently died. On the way, she wants to connect with a renowned gynaecologist who has studied the reproductive habits of an Amazon tribe, in which the women can have children well into middle age. Read More

How to Make a Vision Board Work – It’s All in Your Head
4 years ago

How to Make a Vision Board Work – It’s All in Your Head

Several years ago, while I was going through a major downsizing exercise, I came across a vision board that my son had created in 5th grade. Of course, he had no idea what a vision board was at the time, but, it was clear that this was the result of his creative effort. His visual collage was both beautiful and eerily prescient. Read More

Eye Makeup for Older Women: Give Your Eyes that Special Sparkle (Video)
4 years ago

Eye Makeup for Older Women: Give Your Eyes that Special Sparkle (Video)

Many women consider their eyes to be their most beautiful asset. In video we’ll talk about how to use eye makeup for older women to make your eyes shine. Read More

Makeup for Mature Skin that Highlights Your Natural Inner Glow (Video)
4 years ago

Makeup for Mature Skin that Highlights Your Natural Inner Glow (Video)

In this video, we talked about how makeup for mature skin can highlight the inner glow that we feel inside, but, that we sometimes have trouble showing others. Our guest on the show was our radiant friend, Annie, a doctor who works with complementary medicine.

Join us as we discuss how to apply makeup for mature skin that highlights your inner glow. Read More

60 Ways to Find Meaning in Life After 60
4 years ago

60 Ways to Find Meaning in Life After 60

Does the meaning of life change after 60? That’s the question I found myself asking, recently, as I sat in a small café, writing and preparing for the week to come. Read More

Pack Your Superhero Lunch Box – Older Adults Are Returning to School
4 years ago

Pack Your Superhero Lunch Box – Older Adults Are Returning to School

When I was a little girl, I loved to go to school. I used to enjoy packing my little daisy lunch box and satchel before heading off to class. 60 years later, it doesn’t surprise me that I am still passionately interested in learning new things.

Like many older women, it still makes me smile when someone teaches me something unexpected or interesting. In the past, I’ve written about several options for women who want to continue their education online. But, did you know that a record number of older adults are returning to school as well? Read More

Choosing the Right Lipstick for Older Women (Video)
4 years ago

Choosing the Right Lipstick for Older Women (Video)

In this makeup tips video for older women, we will discuss simple makeup tips with a special focus on choosing the right lipstick color.

As we were filming this video series, we saw time and time again that makeup colors look different on all of us. So, just for fun, we created this video to show you how the same lipstick looks completely different on our fabulous guests. Read More

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