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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.

Is Making Friends as an Adult Easier or Harder After 60?
3 years ago

Is Making Friends as an Adult Easier or Harder After 60?

Making friends as an adult is always difficult, but, it’s not until we reach our 50s and 60s that things really start to get interesting.

For most of our lives, our friendships follow our social context. As kids, our lives are filled with schoolmates, neighbors and teammates. As parents, we follow our kids to BBQs, sports events and school activities. When we are building our careers, our co-workers are a constant source of social contact – even if we wish that they weren’t.

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Tom Hanks Reminds Us that Random Acts of Kindness Matter
3 years ago

Tom Hanks Reminds Us that Random Acts of Kindness Matter

When it comes to volunteering and giving to charity, some of us feel like we need to make “big” contributions to make a difference. The truth, as Tom Hanks recently reminded us, is that small acts of kindness often matter the most. Read More

54-Year-Old Man Does 4,321 Pull-Ups, Fights Ageism
3 years ago

54-Year-Old Man Does 4,321 Pull-Ups, Fights Ageism

As many women in the Sixty and Me community have experienced, ageism is still alive and kicking in America. This is true in the workplace and in almost every other aspect of our lives. So, today, I was so happy to read about a 54-year-old man who is proving that age is just a number. Read More

Choosing to Be Happy is Good for Your Health! A Voltaire Quote
3 years ago

Choosing to Be Happy is Good for Your Health! A Voltaire Quote

Since starting Sixty and Me, I have come across hundreds of amazing quotes and I have to say that one of my favorites is also one of the simplest. Voltaire once said, “I have chosen to be happy, it’s good for my health.” Every time I post this quote on our Facebook page, I get thousands of likes and comments, so, it seems like this is one of our community’s favorites as well! Read More

What Can a 63-Year-Old Pole Dancer Teach Us About Life After 60?
3 years ago

What Can a 63-Year-Old Pole Dancer Teach Us About Life After 60?

Greta Pontarelli is not your typical 63-year-old. Not only was she a winner at the 2014 World Pole Sports Championships, but, she was also the oldest person ever to compete on the TV show American Ninja Warriors. Read More

The Sexiest Man Over 60 for 2015 is…
3 years ago

The Sexiest Man Over 60 for 2015 is…

Do women over 60 still care about beauty, sex and romantic love? Do we still dare to use the word “sexy” when describing a man we find attractive? Sixty and Me, a global community of 100,000 women over 60, is ready to set the record straight on both counts, by voting for the sexiest man over 60 for 2015. Read More

Turning 60 this Year? It’s Time to Celebrate!
3 years ago

Turning 60 this Year? It’s Time to Celebrate!

Are you turning 60 this year? Congratulations! You’re about to join an exclusive club, filled with people who are reinventing their lives and exploring their passions.

If there is one thing that I have learned from the Sixty and Me community, it’s this – life after 60 is whatever you make it. I know people in their 60s who are in the best shape of their lives. I also know men and women who struggle to get out of the house once a day. Older business owners are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs. At the same time, there are plenty of people who complain about not having any opportunities for professional growth after 60. Life after 60 is yours to define.

Here are a few tips for celebrating your 60th birthday and planning the next stage of your life. Read More

Comforting Your Inner Child Can Help You to Find Happiness After 60
3 years ago

Comforting Your Inner Child Can Help You to Find Happiness After 60

When you are feeling lonely or anxious, it’s easy to get caught up in the jumble of emotions. What you really want is a trusted friend to listen to – someone who can help you to see the situation rationally and who can offer perspective. Read More

What Describes Your Ideal Retirement Lifestyle?
3 years ago

What Describes Your Ideal Retirement Lifestyle?

There was a time when the idea of a “retirement lifestyle” was a uniform experience. A few generations ago, for those lucky enough to reach age 65, the only real option was to live alone or move back in with your family. Retirement communities existed, but, they were expensive, restrictive and designed primarily for people with medical concerns. Read More

Stop Being So Hard on Yourself! It’s Time for Some Genuine Self-Assurance
3 years ago

Stop Being So Hard on Yourself! It’s Time for Some Genuine Self-Assurance

Have you every had to tell yourself to stop being so hard on yourself? If you’re like most people, the words that form in your head are probably automatic. Most of the time, there is nothing wrong with this. After all, it would be exhausting to analyze everything that we said to ourselves. At the same time, if you are feeling stressed or anxious, it is possible that your own negative self-talk is part of the problem. Read More