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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
5 Steps for Adopting Healthy Habits at Any Age
1 week ago

5 Steps for Adopting Healthy Habits at Any Age

One of the things that I have learned over the years is that personal change rarely comes in moments of dramatic action. Instead, change is a function of tiny habits that we adopt every single day. But, if change happens in small steps, where should you start? Today, I would like to share an article that offers some suggestions on exactly how to do this. Join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me! Read More

What’s New in Your World? August 9, 2018
1 week ago

What’s New in Your World? August 9, 2018

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Hi everyone! Here are the biggest news stories for August 9, 2018 along with a few of my own thoughts. I also have a fascinating question to ask all of you. I hope that you will join the discussion! Read More

Happy 74th Birthday Sam Elliott – We Love How You Make Us Feel
1 week ago

Happy 74th Birthday Sam Elliott – We Love How You Make Us Feel

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Throughout his career, American actor Sam Elliott has played gun-slinging cowboys on TV and in films like “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” “Tombstone” and “The Quick and the Dead.” Read More

Risk of Tick-Borne Lyme Disease Increasing for Older Adults… Here’s How to Defend Yourself
1 week ago

Risk of Tick-Borne Lyme Disease Increasing for Older Adults… Here’s How to Defend Yourself

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No matter how old you are, Lyme disease is no laughing matter. But, it is young children and older adults that tend to be hit especially hard by this tick-borne illness.

The only silver-lining, historically speaking, was the Lyme disease tended to be fairly concentrated geographically, impacting primarily people in the North Eastern United States. Read More

Growing Older Alone – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
1 week ago

Growing Older Alone – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

I know from talking with all of you that many women in the community are living alone. Some of us have experienced a separation or lost our partner. Others have been single for some time. But, regardless of the reasons, growing older alone seems to be more common than ever before. So, today, I want to talk about the good and bad sides of living by yourself after 60. In today’s video, I’ll also share some of my own experiences as a single older woman. By the way, check out our “What’s new in your world?” article and let me know what you think of this format. Join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me! Read More

What’s New in Your World? August 8, 2018
1 week ago

What’s New in Your World? August 8, 2018

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Hi everyone! Here are the biggest news stories for August 8, 2018 along with a few of my own thoughts. I hope that you will join the discussion! Read More

Patrick Stewart Returning to Star Trek? Make it So!
1 week ago

Patrick Stewart Returning to Star Trek? Make it So!

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In many ways, the first Star Trek series, which aired from 1966-1969 was a representation of our collective consciousness. As a generation, we grew up believing that anything was possible. Read More

Shocking Bankruptcy Spike Among Older Adults Has Implications for Individuals and Society
1 week ago

Shocking Bankruptcy Spike Among Older Adults Has Implications for Individuals and Society

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It’s no surprise that many older adults are struggling financially. Between the Great Recession, which wiped out many of our savings, rising medical costs and low interest rates, baby boomers are in a tricky spot, financially speaking. Read More

Healthy Food Shouldn’t Be a Luxury… Let’s Make it Affordable Again
1 week ago

Healthy Food Shouldn’t Be a Luxury… Let’s Make it Affordable Again

We all know that eating healthy food is a key contributor to healthy aging. But, far too many of us also feel like healthy food is a luxury… something only the wealthy can afford. So, today, I would like to start a discussion about how to make healthy food affordable again. Click the link below for 5 ideas for making healthy food affordable. Then, I’d love to hear your ideas too! Join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me! Read More

How to End Each Day in a Positive Way
2 weeks ago

How to End Each Day in a Positive Way

There’s been a lot of talk lately about how we should start each day if we want to find true happiness. From meditation to matcha tea, self-help gurus have plenty of advice to help us optimize our morning routines. What is less talked about is how to end each day in a positive way. So, in today’s video, I’d like to offer a little advice on this topic. I’d also love to hear about your evening rituals that help you to feel peaceful and happy. Join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me! Read More

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