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Reinvention Isn’t About Becoming a Different Person

Most people think that reinvention is all about becoming a different person. In reality, as our guest writer, Randall Hartman, suggested in his recent article, reinvention is actually all about rediscovery. It is about being true to ourselves.

In other words, reinvention is all about reconnecting with our passions, dreams and potential.

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Here’s a Fun Way to Save More Money After 60

Do you want to save more money? We all do! Unfortunately, as we reach our 60s, most of us find ourselves having to make difficult financial decisions.

So, today, I would like to share an article from one of our guest writers, Donne Davis, on how taking the “spending challenge” can help you to save more money every month.

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The Fun and Frustration of Shopping for the Perfect Handbag

Here on Sixty and Me, we cover a range of topics, from the serious to the silly. After all, while some aspects of getting older can be difficult, amazing or even profound, we still have normal lives.

So, today, I want to take a break from serious topics and share some tips from one of our amazing bloggers, Doreen Dove, on how to find the perfect handbag.

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Can Being Social Help You to Stay Healthy After 60?

As we reach our 60s, many of us struggle to stay strong, while maintaining a healthy weight. It’s not that we necessarily want to look different. It’s just that we want to stay healthy so that we can enjoy everything that this world has to offer in the years ahead.

So, today, I want to offer you a few suggestions for social activities that can help you to stay healthy in your 60s and better.

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How Would a Makeup Artist Our Age Apply Her Own Makeup?

One of my favorite people to interview is Ariane Poole. Not only is she extremely knowledgeable when it comes to makeup, but, she is also a wonderful person.

So, today, I want to take a break from all of the serious things that we usually talk about and share a few of her top makeup tips for women our age.

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How to Overcome the Most Common Travel Fears

Are there any fears that prevent you from traveling as much as you would like to? Are you afraid of flying? Do you worry that you might be the victim of theft or, worse, an attack, while visiting another country?

Today, I would like to talk about some of the most common travel fears that women our age face… and how to deal with them.

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Happy 66th Birthday, Jane Seymour – We Love Your Bold, Adventurous Style!
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Happy 66th Birthday, Jane Seymour – We Love Your Bold, Adventurous Style!

I love Jane Seymour. She is bold, unconventional, adventurous and independent. Besides, anyone who would change her name to one of King Henry VIII’s wives has my admiration. Incidentally, she chose wisely, because Jane Seymour was the only of the Henry’s wives who did not lose her head! Read More

Do We Need a New Way of Looking at Retirement?

The idea of retirement means different things to different people. For some of us, retirement is a destination. It is the reward for a lifetime of work. For others, retirement is the beginning of a new and more active stage of life.

Well, today, I’d like to talk about some different perspectives on retirement that you may find useful. I’d also love to hear your thoughts on this topic.

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Do You Love Your Leggings?

Many women in their 60s have a love–hate relationship with their leggings. While they are among the most comfortable items of clothing that we own, they aren’t always super flattering. Well, if you’re a fan of your leggings, I have good news!

One of our guest writers, Jodie Filogomo, recently wrote a post on how to look fabulous in your leggings. She has some amazing ideas! I’d also love to hear about whether you love your leggings and how you wear them.

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How to Get More from Your Next Doctor’s Visit

One of the most important meetings that you can ever have is an appointment with your doctor. So, it’s surprising that so few of us prepare for this important event. It’s almost as if we see ourselves a passive observers, ready to follow the instructions of our healthcare professionals without really understanding them. In reality, there are many things that we can do to prepare for – and get more from – our trips to the doctor. In her latest post for Sixty and Me, Molly Stevens, a nurse by profession, shares a few ideas for having a successful trip to the doctor. Come join us for a cup of tea (or coffee) and a chat. And, if you enjoy the show, please tell one friend about us today. Your support means so much to me! Read More