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Health and Fitness

Is healthy aging important to you? Are you interested in losing weight after 60? Let’s explore how fitness and gentle yoga for seniors can help!

Feeling Low Today? Why Not Give Yourself a Healthy Food Hug?
4 years ago

Feeling Low Today? Why Not Give Yourself a Healthy Food Hug?

How do you respond to stress in your life? Do you go for a long walk in the park? Do you watch a funny movie? Do you reach for a large bucket of chocolate-mint ice-cream? Or, do you turn to healthy food options? Read More

Overcoming Loneliness and the Cycle of Self-Destructive Thinking
4 years ago

Overcoming Loneliness and the Cycle of Self-Destructive Thinking

People tend to think that overcoming loneliness is all about building connections with other people. As a result, most of the advice that you will hear when you tell someone that you are feeling lonely can be paraphrased as “what’s the problem? Just get out there and meet more people.” Read More

5 Tips to Help You Start Running After 60
4 years ago

5 Tips to Help You Start Running After 60

As we get a little older, we tend to lose our muscle strength, flexibility, and balance. This is a part of life. Fortunately, running after 60 is a terrific way to strengthen our bodies, while improving our cardiovascular health. Running offers other great health benefits like reduced risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, depression and dementia.

Here are a few insights and ideas to help you get started with running after 60: Read More

Dealing with Loneliness? You Have Nothing to Be Ashamed of!
4 years ago

Dealing with Loneliness? You Have Nothing to Be Ashamed of!

I want to share a secret with you. Like many women over 60, I am dealing with loneliness. Some days I just feel a little isolated from the world. Other days — well, I don’t like to talk about those days. Let’s just say that there are times when the quiet corridors of my mind are dangerous places to wander.

As I walk, I see doors to little dusty rooms, holding sharp memories. Worse are the big brass doors that hold my fondest memories. These barriers stop me from spending too much time in the past, when every day was filled with my family, friends and laughter. Read More

How to Sleep Well and Get More from Life After 60
4 years ago

How to Sleep Well and Get More from Life After 60

What pops into your mind when you think about the following question – what does it take to get the most from life after 60? If you are like most people, your thoughts probably jumped to suggestions like “being more productive” or “following your passions.” There is nothing wrong with these instincts. After all, getting the most from every day requires us to take a proactive approach to how we structure our days. Read More

How to Overcome Loneliness by Making Your Home More Friendly
4 years ago

How to Overcome Loneliness by Making Your Home More Friendly

If you are wondering how to overcome loneliness, you may want to start by looking around your house. It is often said that your home is a reflection of your mind. They say that the choices we make in how we decorate, who we invite into our homes and how we spend our time reflect our personality and values. This is true to an extent, but, did you ever think about the fact that the opposite is also true?

Did you ever consider that the way that you organize your home may be contributing to your feelings of loneliness, or intimacy after 60? Read More

Is Loneliness Really the Want of Intimacy?
4 years ago

Is Loneliness Really the Want of Intimacy?

One of the most common misconceptions about loneliness is that it goes away as we add more people to our lives. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, many people that I know have 100’s of “friends” on Facebook. They may even live with someone else. But, they still feel lonely. Read More

Feeling Lonely? Maybe it’s Time to Take a Chance with Intimacy and Ask the “Tough Questions”?
4 years ago

Feeling Lonely? Maybe it’s Time to Take a Chance with Intimacy and Ask the “Tough Questions”?

As anyone who has experienced loneliness can tell you, feeling lonely is not the same as being alone. At the same time, it is possible to have many people in your life, while still feeling lonely.

Sometimes, the circumstances that lead to our loneliness are out of our control. Some of us have lost our spouses or gone through a divorce. Others have children who are building their own lives in another part of the world. Read More

Why We Need the Campaign to End Loneliness
4 years ago

Why We Need the Campaign to End Loneliness

Loneliness is an issue that affects not only individuals, but, society in general. The health implications of loneliness alone should be enough to make governments stand up and take notice, but, for some reason, most of them haven’t. Read More

Healthy Aging Tips for Women – Advice from the Sixty and Me Community
4 years ago

Healthy Aging Tips for Women – Advice from the Sixty and Me Community

For many women in the Sixty and Me community, healthy aging requires more than making simple choices about what to eat and who to spend time with. Staying healthy after 60 also means getting the most from life after 60. The more we live, the healthier we become, and vice versa.

Here are a few ways that the women in our community are living with verve and passion: Read More

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