Going through divorce is tough even without having to deal with financial settlements. Should the need arise, do you know how to avoid making mistakes that could cost you a fortune? Join us in discussion with financial expert Pam Krueger who shares her list of avoidable mistakes. Enjoy the show!
Traveling can be both enjoyable and extremely wrecking to our digestion. What do we do to keep our tummy, and whole body, healthy while away from home? Join us in conversation with nutrition expert Ashley Koff RD, who is here to share her best tips. Enjoy the show!
If I were to ask you to share the secret of living to 100, what would you say? Would you recommend exercising more? Moving to the country, where the air is fresher? Losing weight? Eating better?
Popular San Fernando teacher awarded Caregiver Grant to attend Road Scholar educational yoga retreat in March.
Since starting Sixty and Me 4 years ago, I have learned so much about the opportunities and challenges of running a large community. On the one hand, with 500,000 women in our group, we have a wonderful diversity of ideas and perspectives. We have so much to learn from each other!
When you are having trouble sleeping, everything else in your life suffers. You may feel cranky and irritable. You may have trouble focusing on your work. You may even feel like locking yourself up in your house, avoiding social contact all together.
So, perhaps it’s no surprise that so many of us turn to sedatives when we are having trouble sleeping. After all, things really couldn’t get any worse… right?
Remembering a loved one is a deeply personal experience. At the same time, one of the things that is special about our community is that we can talk about difficult topics. So, today, I want to offer 13 ways to remember someone that you have lost. I hope you find them helpful.
There’s no denying that ice-hockey can be a tough sport. It’s not something that you would recommend to everyone. It’s definitely not a sport that you would recommend to your 95-year-old dad.
Losing someone close to us is one of the most difficult things that we can ever go through. Unfortunately, it is also one of the few things that we are all guaranteed to experience at some point in our lives.
I have already said goodbye to both of my parents, so, I know firsthand the pain and confusion that comes when we lose someone special. I still think about them every day.
Do you ever feel like your life is stuck in neutral? Do you find yourself wishing for more? You’re not alone! We all feel this way once in a while. This is especially true after 60 when we need to seek out our own sources of passion and adventure. So, today, I want to share 6 exciting ways to shake up your life. I hope they encourage you to find the happiness that you deserve! Come 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!