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Inspiration

Sometimes we need a little inspiration to get more from life after 60. Let’s explore the lives and stories of inspirational women who have changed the world.

Embrace Your Quirks and Have More Fun After 60
2 months ago

Embrace Your Quirks and Have More Fun After 60

By  •  Lifestyle

Many years ago, someone told me, “If you don’t think other people are weird, it just means you don’t know them very well.” We all have our own little idiosyncrasies. They’re what make us unique. Read More

Finding Main Street in Our High-Speed World
2 months ago

Finding Main Street in Our High-Speed World

I grew up near a rural town that had everything we needed: a grocery, the pharmacy and a hardware store. The main drag was lined with a bank and post office, a florist and the barber, our doctor and insurance agent. We even had a bowling alley that served a mean catfish dinner on Friday nights. Read More

Securing Your Legacy: 3 Ways to Have an Impact After You’re Gone
2 months ago

Securing Your Legacy: 3 Ways to Have an Impact After You’re Gone

By  •  Lifestyle

As a former non-profit director, I used to help raise money for teaching and learning. One of our most successful fund-raising campaigns was a donor wall. Those who contributed a certain amount would forever have their names inscribed on a beautiful wall visible in the community. Read More

How Ikigai, a Japanese Key to Longevity, Will Add Purpose and Balance to Your Life After 60
3 months ago

How Ikigai, a Japanese Key to Longevity, Will Add Purpose and Balance to Your Life After 60

Are you doing what you love and have a purpose that propels you to get up in the morning and pursue it? It’s believed that having a reason for being will extend your longevity and help you stay healthy. The Japanese call it “ikigai” (ick-ee-guy). Read More

3 Ways to Cultivate a Flourishing Life Garden After 60
3 months ago

3 Ways to Cultivate a Flourishing Life Garden After 60

Are you tending to your garden of life? Each day we have the opportunity to care for our well-being by discovering more about what makes us happy, content, joyful and engaged. Are you taking advantage of your time and cultivating your life garden? Read More

5 Ways Our Spiritualty Changes as We Get Older
3 months ago

5 Ways Our Spiritualty Changes as We Get Older

I have a degree in Religious Studies from the University of Colorado. All my life, I have felt that the basic principles shared in all organized religions align and are built on common values. These include kindness, love, tolerance and respect for each other. Read More

A Step-By-Step Guide to Finding Your Sense of Adventure and Creativity in Your 50s – Part 2
3 months ago

A Step-By-Step Guide to Finding Your Sense of Adventure and Creativity in Your 50s – Part 2

By  •  Lifestyle

Contrary to popular belief, aging does not make you less adventurous and less creative. This is one of the debunked seven myths about aging that could be hurting your potential. Read More

4 Surprising Ways an Invisibility Cloak May Offer Freedom in Mid-Life
3 months ago

4 Surprising Ways an Invisibility Cloak May Offer Freedom in Mid-Life

By  •  Mindset

Many women say they feel invisible as they age. Feeling invisible when you want to be noticed and acknowledged is one side of the coin. Other women, though, feel relief when mid-life attracts less unwelcome attention. Read More

7 Ways to Boost Your Confidence in Your Golden Years
3 months ago

7 Ways to Boost Your Confidence in Your Golden Years

As an older woman, you have years of experience and wisdom. It would be wise to assume that you’d ooze self-confidence.

However, that isn’t always the case, especially in a world that is focused on youthful appearances. We say, “Screw that!” Read More

“Back to School” Season is Not Just for Kids… Why Older Adults Are Also Embracing Education Again
3 months ago

“Back to School” Season is Not Just for Kids… Why Older Adults Are Also Embracing Education Again

Summer’s not nearly over and we’re bombarded with back-to-school ads. It’s an exciting time for school kids – time for new clothes and supplies, for moving up to the next grade and reconnecting with friends. One thing I miss about formal education is that fresh start every semester. Read More