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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.

Are You Willing to Take More Risks to Find True Happiness?
3 weeks ago

Are You Willing to Take More Risks to Find True Happiness?

Over the course of our lives, we are taught many lessons. We learn that some people can’t be trusted. Most of us discover, the hard way, that life isn’t “fair.” We learn that most black and white issues are actually colored by rainbows of complexity. Unfortunately, many of us respond to these “lessons” by becoming more cautious and risk-averse. Read More

Do You Need to Live Like a Mature Woman After 60?
3 weeks ago

Do You Need to Live Like a Mature Woman After 60?

By  •  Mindset

When I was in my 30s, an older friend told me that I hadn’t suffered enough to really be compassionate and understanding with someone else. At the time, that comment hurt, but now, decades later, I understand what she meant. Read More

Looking for Collateral Beauty, a Beacon When Hardship Strikes
4 weeks ago

Looking for Collateral Beauty, a Beacon When Hardship Strikes

Over a year and a half ago, I completed my book, Stop Depriving the World of You. Within that book, I wrote about the importance of looking for collateral beauty. Little did I know it would strike a chord for so many people as it did for me. Read More

How to Build a Strong Mentality After 60: Try These 5 Powerful Rituals of Mentally Strong People
4 weeks ago

How to Build a Strong Mentality After 60: Try These 5 Powerful Rituals of Mentally Strong People

It is a myth that you are born with characteristics that make you mentally strong throughout your life. The truth is, you can develop mental strength with practice, fortitude, and intention as you grow and develop your personality.  Read More

How to Adopt a Growth Mindset in Later Life: 5 Tools That Got You Covered!
4 weeks ago

How to Adopt a Growth Mindset in Later Life: 5 Tools That Got You Covered!

By  •  Mindset

One of the things I enjoy most about my new life as a communications consultant is the variety it brings. One day I’m coaching a student on how to write a doctoral thesis… another day I’m editing a policy briefing… and the next I’m delivering a workshop on life skills for offices to a group of statisticians. Read More

How to Reclaim Your Passion for Life in Your 60s
4 weeks ago

How to Reclaim Your Passion for Life in Your 60s

Stand as a spiritual warrior at the threshold of old age. This is no time to shrink away, to believe the lies of insignificance or uselessness. Do not retreat or retire from the world. Read More

How to Stop Complaining So That You Can Get More from Life After 60
1 month ago

How to Stop Complaining So That You Can Get More from Life After 60

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Once, a friend of mine asked me, “What are you giving up for Lent?” And although I’m not Catholic, I liked the idea of giving up something that doesn’t fit with who I want to be, so I had a ready answer for her. Read More

Why We Don’t Have to Live with Fear in Our 60s
1 month ago

Why We Don’t Have to Live with Fear in Our 60s

We don’t have to live with fear! Many people may say they do not fear anything, and so they speak and defend themselves in all situations. They state they have no fear phobias, but in truth, the fears or worries that go into daily living cause us the most stress. Read More

Transitions Offer Opportunities for Late Bloomers – Do You Care to Explore Them?
1 month ago

Transitions Offer Opportunities for Late Bloomers – Do You Care to Explore Them?

I’m separating from the man I’ve been partners with since my 20s. The last few months have been very difficult. My living arrangements are unsettled, so my habits and routines are jumbled. Read More

4 Ways Keeping a Journal Can Help You to Find Happiness
1 month ago

4 Ways Keeping a Journal Can Help You to Find Happiness

Like many women my age, I spend hours in front of my computer every day. As the founder of Sixty and Me, it’s rare for me to type fewer than 2000 words before lunch. But, despite the fact that I am completely comfortable with technology, I still love my leather bound journal.

There is something about putting pen to paper that takes me to another world and makes all of my fears and worries fade away, if only for a moment. Do you feel the same? Read More