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If you are looking for amazing book recommendations from other women over 60, you’ve come to the right place. Find new books to read and participate in fascinating discussions.

6 Amazing Magazines for Women Over 60
4 years ago

6 Amazing Magazines for Women Over 60

Part of my inspiration for starting Sixty and Me was the feeling that too many media outlets do not devote enough attention to women over 60. I feel that we are too often invisible on magazine covers and on TV shows, and our voices too often are not being heard. I wanted to create my own community of wonderful women over 60 to share our stories, learn from each other, and help women over 60 lead more financially independent, personally fulfilling, healthy and connected lives. Read More

Ten Inspirational Books for Women over 60
4 years ago

Ten Inspirational Books for Women over 60

Sometimes reading a good book is the best way to get some good insights and perspectives on the emotional, personal, financial and spiritual journey that we women are embarking on past the age of 60. It’s fun and enriching to hear the words of authors who are sharing this same experience with us. Here is a selection of 10 inspiring books for women over 60.
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“Real Books” vs. Audiobooks – Why I Love Both!
4 years ago

“Real Books” vs. Audiobooks – Why I Love Both!

Since I started my professional career working in a bookstore, I have always had a passion for books. As a kid I was a voracious reader and often bumped into things as I walked along the street trying to read the last few pages of an intriguing chapter. My parents knew that a book was always a safe gift for me. But, as I got older and my life became more complicated, I found that I had less and less time for reading. Read More

I’m an Audiobooks Fan and You Should Be Too! How to Get Started
4 years ago

I’m an Audiobooks Fan and You Should Be Too! How to Get Started

There is a great quote by T.S. Eliot about living life in a circle – and after time, always coming back to the place we started. I remember as a little girl listening to the radio with my Mum – she seemed to have it on all the time, while cooking, washing, cleaning the house. It wasn’t until the late 50‘s when we got our first TV, so, for a lot of my childhood, it was the BBC World Service that lulled me to sleep. Then, as I grew older, books became my main source of knowledge. Read More