My guest on this latest episode of the Sixty and Me Show is Nancy Collamer, the author of a wonderful book called “Second Act Careers: 50 Ways to Profit from Your Passions in Semi-Retirement.” She is also a blogger for Next Avenue and Forbes and loves helping Boomer Women to shape profitable and exiting careers in semi-retirement.
If anyone knows how to be a successful freelance writer, it’s Ben Gran, my guest on this episode of the Sixty and Me Show. Many women over 60 find themselves without a job, either by choice or as a result of forced retirement or redundancy. Finding a new full-time corporate position after 60 is next to impossible, so, becoming a freelance writer is a great option for many. Not only can online freelance writing jobs provide freedom and flexibility, they can also generate a full-time salary.
Are you planning to make the transition from a full time career to retirement? In this latest episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I speak with Nancy Collamer, a dynamic career coach and blogger for Forbes and Next Avenue. She is also the author of “Second Act Careers: 50 Ways to Profit from Your Passions in Semi-Retirement.”
If you are looking to move from full time work to something more flexible
We all have amazing life stories to tell. In this latest episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I talk with Ben Gran, a successful freelance writer, about the process and importance of learning how to write a memoir.
We discuss how sharing your life experiences and recording your family history can be of great value to your children as well as to future generations. Your story can reveal who you were in a dynamic and personal way and connect them to their own family history.
In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I speak with Ben Gran, a successful freelance writer, about how to start a writing business while still working or considering retirement.
We discuss how writing is a perfect “second act” career for women over 60. Ben describes how being a freelance writer provides a lots of flexibility and freedom to work when and where you want. It also leverages the experience, research and communication skills that older women have been perfecting all their lives.
Kerry Hannon is an expert on personal finance and careers for boomer women and is my special guest in this episode of the Sixty and Me Show. Kerry is a writer for Forbes magazine and Next Avenue and is AARP’s Jobs Expert. Kerry is also the author of the best-selling book Great Jobs for Everyone 50+: Finding Work That Keeps You Happy and Healthy … And Pays the Bills.
In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I share a conversation with Susan Piver, a world renowned meditation teacher and award winning New York Times best-selling author. She is also the founder of the Open Heart Project which aims to teach anyone in the world how to meditate.
We discuss how meditation and self-reflection can change your life
Genuine happiness is something we all care about, but, not all of us have found. In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, author and blogger Gretchen Rubin shares many insights from her research regarding what really makes people happy.
Her book, The Happiness Project, reached the #1 position on the New York Times bestseller list. In her popular blog she reports on her adventures searching for happiness. We talk about what makes people fulfilled and
Get ready to be inspired by Judith Boyd, my guest in this episode of the Sixty and Me show. Judith is a 70 year old blogger whose site “Style Crone” expresses her passion for style and fashion in the lives of older women. We discuss her use of the word “crone” to represent an authentic, powerful and adventurous woman. For her, a “crone” is a wise woman who expresses her life experience and love in the style she creates with her clothing, accessories and attitude.
We discuss fashion for older women, including
In this episode of the Sixty and Me show, I share a conversation with Suzanne Braun Levine, a woman who was a legend in the women’s movement and is now an inspiration to midlife women. Suzanne is a best-selling writer, editor and nationally recognized authority on issues facing women over 50. She was the first editor of Ms. Magazine and her passion for the history and lives of women shines through in our conversation.
We discuss her recent book “You Gotta Have Girlfriends” and the emotional and physical importance of