Image

Hobbies for Women

One of the hardest thing about life in your 60s if finding meaning and purpose in your everyday activities. The hobbies for women in this section were all recommended by the members of our community. We hope you enjoy them!

6 Keys to Being Creative at Any Age
5 months ago

6 Keys to Being Creative at Any Age

We would all like to be creative. Perhaps it is not so hard.

“Curiosity about life in all its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people,” noted the late Leo Burnett, outstanding advertising executive and founder of the firm that bears his name. If so, then by encouraging our own curiosity, we can become more creative.
Read More

Yarns, Accessories and Knitting Patterns for Beginners – No More Excuses!
5 months ago

Yarns, Accessories and Knitting Patterns for Beginners – No More Excuses!

Finding hobbies and activities that enrich your life is important at any age. But here at Sixty and Me, we know that it’s especially important to pursue these passions as we get older. Read More

5 Useful Tips for Growing Fresh Herbs on Your Windowsill
5 months ago

5 Useful Tips for Growing Fresh Herbs on Your Windowsill

Add some homegrown flavor to your winter meals. Grow a few of your favorite herbs on a sunny windowsill or under artificial lights.

Start with a few of the herbs you commonly include in your favorite recipes and those that are easy to grow. Read More

Illuminating the Age-Old Art of Lampwork
5 months ago

Illuminating the Age-Old Art of Lampwork

Several years ago, I was visiting my sister in southern British Columbia, Canada. We spent the day in the former mining town of Kimberly, wandering the brick streets now lined with boutiques and shops. Read More

Delicious Cacao and Coconut Booster Balls Recipe
5 months ago

Delicious Cacao and Coconut Booster Balls Recipe

By  •  Lifestyle

How many of you have decided that enough is enough and will now cut down on sweet things post-Christmas? Just before the festivities I thought about sending a memo to my body: Read More

10 Questions to Ask Before You Start Writing a Book
6 months ago

10 Questions to Ask Before You Start Writing a Book

These days there are many options if you’re hoping to publish your book. You can do it yourself using Amazon CreateSpace.com or IngramSpark.com. You write your book, format it and upload files to the website.

Voilà! You are a published author. However, there’s much more involved in successfully publishing, especially if you want to attract readers and get publicity. Read More

Learn to Knit with More Confidence with these 6 Knitting Tips for Beginners
6 months ago

Learn to Knit with More Confidence with these 6 Knitting Tips for Beginners

The importance of finding hobbies and activities that enrich our lives as older adults is a topic that we love to explore here at Sixty and Me.

And we know that the women in our community are some of the most interesting and diverse in the world – and so are their hobbies! Today we want to discuss one hobby in particular, though – knitting! Read More

Unlock the Secret to Faster Knitting with these Online Videos
6 months ago

Unlock the Secret to Faster Knitting with these Online Videos

By  •  Lifestyle

For many women, knitting is a relaxing process, something akin to meditation. Knitting gives us the opportunity to step back from the chaos of the world around us and focus on a process that just makes sense. Read More

Exploring the Surprising Truth About Knitting and Stress Relief
6 months ago

Exploring the Surprising Truth About Knitting and Stress Relief

As we enter into our 60s and beyond, it’s important to find ways to minimize stress and enjoy our lives to the fullest. One way to do just that is by finding hobbies and activities that bring us pleasure and relaxation – like knitting! Read More

How to Return to Your Art Spirit and Find True Freedom After 60
6 months ago

How to Return to Your Art Spirit and Find True Freedom After 60

Socrates said that the unexamined life is not worth living. He was referring to a life governed by rules and routines imposed by others. Such a life is not freedom, but rather unconscious at best. Oppression at worst. Read More