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Are you interested in finding happiness? Do you think being grateful is important? You’ve come to the right place! Let’s give you the inspiration you need to get the most from life after 60.

How to Live Without Regrets After 60
4 weeks ago

How to Live Without Regrets After 60

You can’t get to age 60 without making a few mistakes. These range from small missteps, which nibble at us to larger errors, which keep us up at night. Perhaps the most harmful memories are of the times when we have accidentally hurt someone else – or ourselves for that matter! Read More

Want to Live Life to the Fullest? Look Inside!
4 weeks ago

Want to Live Life to the Fullest? Look Inside!

What do you do on a daily basis, with living a full life in mind? If you’re struggling to think of anything, that’s okay, you’re not alone. Read More

The Importance of Loving and Accepting Yourself as an Older Adult
4 weeks ago

The Importance of Loving and Accepting Yourself as an Older Adult

For most of our lives, we measure ourselves against other people. When we ask ourselves, “was I a good mom?” we are comparing ourselves to all of the other moms in the world. Read More

When it Comes to Finding Happiness, Small Steps Make a Big Difference
1 month ago

When it Comes to Finding Happiness, Small Steps Make a Big Difference

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the challenges that are presented by everyday life? Do you feel like finding happiness is a distant goal? You’re not alone! Read More

Find the Silver Lining in Your 60s: Unconditional Confidence in Challenging Times
1 month ago

Find the Silver Lining in Your 60s: Unconditional Confidence in Challenging Times

By  •  Mindset

There’s a saying I’d like to explore with you: “Believe you can or believe you can’t, either way you’re right.” It points to the importance of confidence and positive self-belief in accomplishing our goals at any age, but more so in the years after 60. The challenge is maintaining that confidence through tough times. Read More

How to Be the Best Person You Can Be at Any Age
1 month ago

How to Be the Best Person You Can Be at Any Age

Are you the best person that you can be? It’s a simple question, but, its consequences are far reaching. Why?

Because making a commitment to self-improvement puts us in control of our lives – and a sense of control is a cornerstone of positivity. By taking action to be the best person we can be, we assert our right to judge ourselves. At the same time, we deny the right of others to judge us. Read More

Stop! Think of One Thing That Makes You Happy in Your 60s and Smile!
1 month ago

Stop! Think of One Thing That Makes You Happy in Your 60s and Smile!

I saw a meme on Facebook last week with the following instruction: “think of one thing that makes you happy and smile.” Read More

Wellness Spotlight: Do You Find Ways to Grow Your Emotional and Spiritual Well-Being?
1 month ago

Wellness Spotlight: Do You Find Ways to Grow Your Emotional and Spiritual Well-Being?

By  •  Mindset

This blog is part two of a three-part series describing the six dimensions of wellness: physical, social, emotional, spiritual, intellectual and vocational and how they work together to form whole-person wellness. Read More

7 Remarkable Ways to Help You Thrive After 60 (That You Probably Didn’t Consider)
1 month ago

7 Remarkable Ways to Help You Thrive After 60 (That You Probably Didn’t Consider)

At the beginning of the growing season, I purchased a beautiful flowering plant. It grows tall and its blooms are bright. The hot summer sun seemed to thwart its growth. I thought, “Well, that was a short blooming season.” Read More

4 Real Qualities That Can Make Us Beautiful in Our Own Aged Eyes
1 month ago

4 Real Qualities That Can Make Us Beautiful in Our Own Aged Eyes

There was no time for a blow dryer. For the past few weeks, my hair has been in braids anyway.

The hours of sorting, packing and otherwise running errands for my upcoming move from Ashland to Austin left me, most days, in desperate need of a hot, soapy shower. My look had definitely morphed to Grandma Clampett, sans the shotgun. Read More