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Get Rid of Your Chapped Lips and Give Your Aging Skin the Love it Deserves
3 years ago

Get Rid of Your Chapped Lips and Give Your Aging Skin the Love it Deserves

For most of us, dryer, thinner lips are an unavoidable part of the aging process – not to mention a telltale sign of our advancing years! In spite of this, they’re also often the most neglected part of even the strictest beauty regimes – through dehydration, sun exposure, and wind damage, our lips’ protective barrier thins out with age, and a chapped texture leaves lines and wrinkles looking yet more noticeable.

The good news is that it’s possible to relieve the dryness, flakiness, and soreness of chapped lips. Read on for our useful guide. Read More

Three Generations Embark upon an Educational Adventure in Yellowstone with Road Scholar
3 years ago

Three Generations Embark upon an Educational Adventure in Yellowstone with Road Scholar

By  •  Travel

Families today lead incredibly hectic lives. Children’s schedules are filled with academic and social pursuits, parents are working and parenting full-time and grandparents often live far away and have busy lives of their own. As a result, it becomes increasingly difficult for all of the generations to come together to catch up, share stories and build lifelong memories. Read More

5 Compelling Reasons You Should Write a Book After 60
3 years ago

5 Compelling Reasons You Should Write a Book After 60

“I am of the firm belief that everybody could write books and I never understand why they don’t.” Beryl Bainbridge

As a writing coach and author, I do understand why. The two main reasons are related: lack of confidence in what they have to say, and not knowing how to start. That is why I set aside time to write a step by step guide that would lead a first-time writer through the whole process of planning, researching, writing, publishing and selling their own book. Read More

Advice for Aging Skin: What Can You Do About Sun-Damaged Skin?
3 years ago

Advice for Aging Skin: What Can You Do About Sun-Damaged Skin?

Most women I know love to spend time outside, doing sports, sunbathing or just hanging out. Unfortunately, our aging skin is the first thing to suffer from our fun in the sun. Read More

What Starting Eternal Collection Taught Me About Business… and Life
3 years ago

What Starting Eternal Collection Taught Me About Business… and Life

In a previous article, I discussed how I came to start Eternal Collection, my costume jewellery company, based in the U.K. Looking back, it is amazing how the evolution of Eternal Collection was influenced by – and influenced – almost every aspect of my life. It has been an amazing journey! Read More

6 Stunning Examples of Fashion for Older Women (Photos)
3 years ago

6 Stunning Examples of Fashion for Older Women (Photos)

If you believe what you see on TV and in the movies, fashion for older women is all about dull colors, covering up and “dressing your age.” What nonsense! It’s absolutely true that some shapes go better with certain body types, but, for the most part, fashion after 60 is all about choosing clothes that express your personality and make you feel great. Read More

How to Use Self-Massage to Improve Your Happiness After 60 – 3 Ways to Get Started
3 years ago

How to Use Self-Massage to Improve Your Happiness After 60 – 3 Ways to Get Started

There are so many benefits of massage for everyone, and, particularly as we age, we need to think about giving our bodies and joints a bit more care than in our younger years. It’s not just about looking after our bodies. We also need to do things to improve our well-being and ensure we are caring for our minds and happiness as well. Read More

What All Women Entrepreneurs Need to Know About Starting a Business
3 years ago

What All Women Entrepreneurs Need to Know About Starting a Business

Every year, thousands of people take that first brave step and set up their own business. These people are from all walks of life. Contrary to popular stereotypes, many first-time entrepreneurs are in their 50s and 60s.

It’s always heartening to hear stories of entrepreneurs starting from scratch and doing well. Though anyone who runs their own business will understand how much effort it takes to get a new venture off the ground. I hope that my own entrepreneurial story will encourage the other women in the Sixty and Me community to follow their passions. Read More

Retiring Abroad – 7 Reasons Women Are Seeking Their Dreams Overseas
3 years ago

Retiring Abroad – 7 Reasons Women Are Seeking Their Dreams Overseas

What do you do when you want something more and different than you’re getting in your home country? For an increasing number of 60+ women, the answer is to move overseas.

According to the data we collected through our website, Best Places in the World to Retire, there can be a better life out there, if you are willing to uproot and reinvent yourself as an expat in Belize, Nicaragua or Panama. Read More

How to Live like The Golden Girls: New Book Makes it Easy
3 years ago

How to Live like The Golden Girls: New Book Makes it Easy

Have you ever thought about living with roommates? If so, you are in step with a growing cadre of baby boomers who are turning to shared living as a fun, affordable housing option as they age.

A Golden Girls Home is where mature adults share a home. Maybe it’s two women sharing an apartment; maybe it’s four men and women sharing a house. Read More

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