Your financial ducks are in a row. You’re staying on top of your health. You’ve lined up your leisure activities and added notable dates to your calendar.
Still, after doing all that, you feel like there’s more to consider. Reinvention takes some work.
Are you turning age 65 in 2018? Do you know how to go about registering to obtain your Medicare card?
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.
Labels can be necessary, helpful or, sometimes, just plain insulting. MAWIM is an acronym I encountered in a local travel piece, and it stands for Middle Aged Women in Menopause. I immediately cringed. But read on.