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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.

Take a Spin Down Memory Lane! What Was the First Music Record You Purchased?
4 years ago

Take a Spin Down Memory Lane! What Was the First Music Record You Purchased?

For many women, music played a big role in our young lives. It was a defining cultural force and every decade brought unique bands – from the Beatles, Rolling Stones and all those wonderful British bands in the 1960s to the divine divas like Whitney Houston and Donna Summer in the Disco “80s”. Read More

Let’s Fight Invisibility by Celebrating the 50th Birthdays of these 5 Celebrities
4 years ago

Let’s Fight Invisibility by Celebrating the 50th Birthdays of these 5 Celebrities

You might wonder why I am choosing to celebrate the 50th birthdays of celebrities on a website dedicated to finding happiness and making friends after 50. After all, don’t celebrities have all the money, friends and happiness they could wish for? Perhaps, but, their lives are worth celebrating for a different reason – they can help us to fight invisibility and change perceptions about aging.  Read More

25 Years After the Release of “Pretty Woman”, Cast Reunites for One Night Only
4 years ago

25 Years After the Release of “Pretty Woman”, Cast Reunites for One Night Only

When we asked the women in our Sixty and Me community to vote for this year’s “sexiest man over 60,” Richard Gere was the clear winner – and, while Julia Roberts still has a decade to go before her 60th birthday, it’s clear that she is one of the most radiant and stylish women of any age. Is it any surprise that we were so captivated when we first saw them together in Pretty Woman? Read More

New Study Shatters the Aging Stereotype of the “Grumpy Old Man”
4 years ago

New Study Shatters the Aging Stereotype of the “Grumpy Old Man”

Hollywood loves aging stereotypes. When it comes to films and TV shows, at best, older folks are portrayed as eccentric, forgetful and out of touch. At worst, they are grumpy, close-minded and just plain mean. Not much of a choice if you ask me! Read More

2015 Movies that Will Make You Look at Aging Differently
4 years ago

2015 Movies that Will Make You Look at Aging Differently

Historically, Hollywood has done a pretty poor job of portraying the aging process in a fair and accurate way. Older people in the movies are usually grumpy, mean, forgetful and tired. They are seldom adventurous, energetic, funny and wise. Well, there are signs that Hollywood may finally be getting the message about aging. While aging stereotypes are still pervasive in the entertainment industry, studios are at least experimenting with more positive films about older people.

Here are 4 films that are coming in 2015 that will make you look at aging differently. Read More

Cultivate a Positive Attitude by Learning to Give Genuine Compliments
4 years ago

Cultivate a Positive Attitude by Learning to Give Genuine Compliments

After decades looking after other people, it’s easy to feel a little lost. Fortunately, there are simple things you can do to develop a positive attitude in your 50s or 60s. One of the most effective of these is giving genuine compliments. Read More

Google CFO Retires, Reminds Boomers to Choose Our Future
4 years ago

Google CFO Retires, Reminds Boomers to Choose Our Future

Like Google CFO, Patrick Pichette, most of us baby boomers have worked 30 years or more. We’ve contributed to society, raised families and made sacrifices. Now, as we approach retirement age, many of us are starting to rethink our place in society. We are asking ourselves how much longer we want to work, who we want in our lives and which passions we want to explore. This is a good thing. Read More

It’s Time to Get Angry About Ageism! Madonna’s Ready for a Fight
4 years ago

It’s Time to Get Angry About Ageism! Madonna’s Ready for a Fight

When I first read Madonna’s recent comments about ageism in Rolling Stone, I wasn’t sure what to think. On the one hand, I’ve seen first-hand how ageism can impact people over 60. I’ve heard heart-breaking stories of people being pushed out of their jobs, passed over for promotions and marginalized socially. Ageism is real and it should be addressed. Read More

95-Year-Old Runner Proves Age is Just a Number
4 years ago

95-Year-Old Runner Proves Age is Just a Number

Is it true when people say that age is just a number? Well, today, I watched a video that demonstrates just how accurate this statement is. If the last time you ran a sprint was in high-school, you will definitely want to watch this video of 95-year-old Charles Eugster setting a new world record for this distance. He is amazing! Read More

What Does Science Have to Say About Finding Happiness? More than You Think!
4 years ago

What Does Science Have to Say About Finding Happiness? More than You Think!

One of the main problems with concepts like finding happiness is that they are hard to define. For most of human history, self-help gurus, writers and religious leaders owned these topics. Science was limited in its ability to enter the happiness discussion because it couldn’t look inside the human brain. Well, now, all that is changing. Read More