Every year, beginning in January, we all read list after list of things we should do differently in the New Year. Most of these lists involve getting in shape (a healthy goal) or why we should create a bucket list (also a good goal). Unfortunately, after an initial boost of energy, most people revert back to old patterns.
Thousands of women in the Sixty and Me community are the primary caregivers for one or more family members. These women, along with millions of other Americans, according to AARP, provide 37-billion (that billion, with a B) hours of unpaid help for their loved ones.
Back in our day, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and the Beach Boys were at the top of the charts. Then, when our kids were growing up, music was all about Madonna, Michael Jackson and Bananarama were all the rave!
At Sixty and Me, we always try to take a neutral position on all political issues. We didn’t support a candidate in the last election and we don’t see ourselves doing so in the future.
There is no denying that Helen Mirren is a favorite of the Sixty and Me community. Not only do we love her as an actress, but, she is also a down-to-earth, graceful and generous lady. In other words, she is someone who both inspires and entertains! Just for fun, we have prepared a short quiz to help you test your knowledge of Helen Mirren. We hope you enjoy it!
To say that the recently passed tax law was controversial would be an understatement. As has become a pattern in Washington over the last few years, the new tax law was passed along party lines.
We all have our list of “bucket list” travel destinations (my list involves visiting every city on 7 hills), but, we can always use a little more inspiration. So, we have gathered 20 amazing bucket list travel destinations that every woman should see at least once in her life. From traveling Route 66 to watching the northern lights, there are so many amazing places to visit! How many have you seen?
Every generation has its own unique slang. Back in the 1960s, a particularly good concert was “righteous” and when we went out on the town we got “decked out.”
Being a nurse takes a special kind of person. You need to be able to empathize with other people’s needs.
Did you know that 55 years after the passage of the Equal Pay Act women in the U.S. still make 79 cents for every dollar that men make?