Ok, I’ve only written the title for this article and I’ve already said two things that I never thought I would say: “Tasteful Playboy shoot” and “Jane Seymour (67) appears in Playboy.”
Now, normally, I wouldn’t consider a Playboy story to be relevant for our community, but, there are a couple of reasons that I wanted to share this with you now.
On the surface, California’s law requiring websites like IMDb to remove the ages of actors or actresses, upon their request, seems a bit silly. After all, it’s pretty easy to find someone’s age. All you need to do is perform a quick Google search and voila… information at your fingertips!
Besides, many of us find it hard to feel sorry for people who are making millions of dollars just for being famous. Of course, 99% of actors aren’t rich and most of them work their butts off, but, that’s another story!
Since starting Sixty and Me, almost 5 years ago, I have noticed something interesting; the positive thinkers among us are, on average, happier, more active, stronger, more social and more engaged with the world.
One of the wonderful things about getting a little bit older is that you have the benefit of decades of experience to look back on. For example, while so many people are worried about the current political climate, we can look at things objectively, knowing that we have seen wars and political challenges before.
The Battle of the Bulge was the last major German offensive on the Western Front during World War II. It was also the operation in which the most American’s lost their lives. So, it is not surprising that the few brave soldiers who experienced this battle and are still alive today cherish the few memories that they have of their friends who were left behind.
No matter where you are in the world, chances are that your life has been heavily influenced by British culture and design. As a teenager, living in the U.S., I remember being completely in love with the Beatles. I didn’t wash my hands for a week after shaking Paul McCartney’s hand after a concert, but, that’s another story.
There is no doubt that the women in our community love their pets. They are our best friends, confidants and exercise coaches. They keep us warm on long winter nights and get us out of the house during the sweltering summer heat.
I don’t know about you, but, I love to travel! There’s only one problem… I can’t always afford to visit all of the wonderful places on my bucket list! So, like you, I am always on the search for travel deals. Today, I would like to share a few ideas for getting the trip that you want for less. This is especially powerful when it comes to looking for cruises, but, it is applicable to all kinds of travel. 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!
One of the things that people find frustrating about politically aligned news websites is that they only present one side of complex issues. In reality, there are always two sides to every story. And, when it comes to politics, there are always trade-offs between the rights of one group vs the rights of another.
It’s no secret that the concept of marriage has taken a beating in recent years. In movies and on TV, the very idea of tying yourself to someone for life is seen as, at best, antiquated and cute and, at worst, unrealistic and harmful.