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About Margaret Manning

Margaret Manning is the founder of Sixty and Me. She is an entrepreneur, author and speaker. Margaret is passionate about building dynamic and engaged communities that improve lives and change perceptions. Margaret can be contacted at margaret@sixtyandme.com
Latest Posts | By Margaret Manning
Unexpected Surprises and the Important Life Lessons they Taught Us
5 years ago

Unexpected Surprises and the Important Life Lessons they Taught Us

When I was 12 years old, I spent a lot of time imagining how my life would unfold. I created a wonderful plan, complete with well-defined dots, connected by entirely straight lines. I soon realized that the map I drew in my mind was sketched in pencil, not in ink. Read More

Makeup Tips for Older Women: 6 Simple Techniques You Can Use Today (Video)
5 years ago

Makeup Tips for Older Women: 6 Simple Techniques You Can Use Today (Video)

In this video, we will look at 6 amazing makeup tips for older women. During the interview, my good friend Ariane Poole explains that many of us are still applying makeup products that we have used for years. She suggests that, by using new light weight luminous products, we can create a more natural and softer look. Ariane discusses innovative product developments that we might also want to consider. Read More

Sixty and Me from A to Z – A Manifesto for Women Over 60
5 years ago

Sixty and Me from A to Z – A Manifesto for Women Over 60

Women in their 60’s are redefining what it means to be a midlife woman! Forget the stereotypes. If you ask the 43,000 members in our Sixty and Me community, you fill find that they are adventurous, curious, and passionate about living a life that is healthy, wealthy and independent. In fact we are redefining everything from A-Z! Read More

Writing an Autobiography – 5 Tips to Help You Tell Your Fascinating Life Story
5 years ago

Writing an Autobiography – 5 Tips to Help You Tell Your Fascinating Life Story

Have you ever considered writing an autobiography? If so, perhaps now is the perfect time to tell your own fascinating life story – even if only for your own enjoyment.

In a previous article we wrote about the value of women over 60 making the decision to reflect on their life experiences. We discussed how writing down your life story and memories can be one of the best ways to understand yourself and put the places and people who shaped your life in perspective. Read More

Forget Anti-Aging Pills and Potions: Smiling Will Make You Younger
5 years ago

Forget Anti-Aging Pills and Potions: Smiling Will Make You Younger

If I told you that I could offer you a free way to look more beautiful, be happier and feel healthier, would you be interested? No, I’m not selling an anti-aging pill. I am, of course, talking about the power of your smile to make you look and feel better. Read More

Book Club: Mom & Me & Mom by Maya Angelou
5 years ago

Book Club: Mom & Me & Mom by Maya Angelou

“Mom & Me & Mom” is the story of Maya Angelou’s personal relationship with her mother. Many women have special relationships with their mothers. But, with someone as famous as Maya Angelou, it is interesting to see how that relationship shaped her life and her writing.

The story is also relevant to the Sixty and Me community. Many women have lost their moms and are working through complex emotions, just like Angelou’s did. Read More

5 Thoughtful 60th Birthday Gift Ideas for Women
5 years ago

5 Thoughtful 60th Birthday Gift Ideas for Women

Choosing a 60th birthday gift for a special woman in your life is tough. After all, older women often say, “Please don’t buy me a gift. I don’t need any more stuff!” The truth is that everyone, especially women over 60, secretly love to receive thoughtful surprises and gifts. The key word is “thoughtful.” Read More

Want to Start a Business After 60? Ask Yourself these 6 Questions First!
5 years ago

Want to Start a Business After 60? Ask Yourself these 6 Questions First!

Women over 60 have a strong independent streak. When we were younger, we used the word “freedom” in a carefree way. It defined a lifestyle. We were free to wear bohemian clothes, free to travel cross country or to choose unconventional lifestyles. Read More

Why the VW Van is an Icon that Shaped the Baby Boomer Generation
5 years ago

Why the VW Van is an Icon that Shaped the Baby Boomer Generation

Women over 60 have lived through six amazing decades. Throughout our lives, with a curious and adventurous nature, we have challenged the status quo and celebrated our independence and freedom. Many of us have had to build enormous emotional reserves to manage and survive difficult times. Read More

How to Cope with Loss: The Power and Importance of Rituals
5 years ago

How to Cope with Loss: The Power and Importance of Rituals

We all have small rituals that give meaning to our lives. We do things in a certain order and follow set patterns of behaviour. If you get up, shower, eat breakfast and brush your teeth in the same order every day; that is a ritual. If you light a candle when you meditate or pray, you are engaging in ritual behaviour. Read More