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What Do Your Shoes Say About You? Exploring Style After 60 and Footwear
1 day ago

What Do Your Shoes Say About You? Exploring Style After 60 and Footwear

Strapless, flats, sneakers, pumps, loafers, oxfords, clogs, slip-ons, laced-up, platform, blue suede, made for walking boots, slippers, dancing, hiking, moccasins, sandals, jellies, flip flops, high heels, spike heels. The endless stream of shoe types…
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When Should You Give Away Your Jewelry? (VIDEO)
3 days ago

When Should You Give Away Your Jewelry? (VIDEO)

My mother had a fabulous collection of what is now called “fashion” jewelry, much of it acquired through her sister’s costume jewelry company. One of the greatest thrills of my childhood was walking through the aisles of stacked wooden drawers at my aunt’s…
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Keep Your Skin Safe AND Look Great with These Sunscreen Products That Double as Makeup
4 days ago

Keep Your Skin Safe AND Look Great with These Sunscreen Products That Double as Makeup

Many of us who are over 50 know first-hand how important it is to protect our skin. Does anyone else remember using baby oil as tanning lotion or using UV reflectors to direct more sun toward our body when we were sunbathing? I shudder to think what we…
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5 Ways to Express Confidence in the Way You Dress
5 days ago

5 Ways to Express Confidence in the Way You Dress

As women get older, society tries to sap them of their confidence. Unfair! If you’re a confident woman in your 40s, 50s, 60s – really, whatever age you are – then you deserve to celebrate it in the way you dress. And if you feel like you’re lacking some…
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Health and Fitness | Read About Healthy Aging, Losing Weight, Sleep and More!

Is It Time for a Good Ol’ Nap?
7 hours ago

Is It Time for a Good Ol’ Nap?

Some of my friends refuse taking a midday nap, even though they feel chronically tired. They worry it will ruin their nighttime sleep. They tell me that if they take a daytime nap, they either lay awake at night wishing they could drop off to sleep…
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Online Video Gaming for Seniors – A Game Changer or an Addiction Gateway?
8 hours ago

Online Video Gaming for Seniors – A Game Changer or an Addiction Gateway?

I have raised 3 children from Generation Y, including one who is a stereotypical millennial guy sitting on the couch in his apartment playing the video game World of Warcraft into the wee hours of the morning. It seems to have the makings of an addiction…
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5 Easy Summer Recipes: Take the Stress and Mess Out of Cooking This Year
10 hours ago

5 Easy Summer Recipes: Take the Stress and Mess Out of Cooking This Year

Everyone seems to be concerned with healthy eating these days. And for a good reason! With so many hidden ingredients in our foods, it’s hard to ever really know for sure what we are putting into our bodies. Thankfully, the warmer seasons offer us…
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Count on High Tea for Great Good Health
1 day ago

Count on High Tea for Great Good Health

Enjoying or taking tea was made fashionable by Anna Russell, the 7th Duchess of Bedford, in 1865, when the lengthy wait between lunch and dinner left her feeling peckish enough to have small, yet delicious snacks delivered to her rooms!
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Senior Dating | Read About Mature Dating, Sexuality, Online Dating and More!

3 Dating Tips That Can Change Your Love Game after 60
3 days ago

3 Dating Tips That Can Change Your Love Game after 60

By  •  Dating

Can you find love with a good man after 60? Yes, you can. I know this because I did it myself along with many of my clients. So, the question is how? The three dating tips I’m going to share can help you jumpstart your love life and put you in the game…
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Help! My Relationship Has Been Storyboarded After a Breakup!!!
3 weeks ago

Help! My Relationship Has Been Storyboarded After a Breakup!!!

By  •  Dating

At one time I felt that Jonathan, aka Darth Vader, was the “Man of My Dreams” – my “last lover” (and exactly how many “lovers” do I wish to accumulate? Not too many is the hope…). Weird how one can believe in fairytale romance…
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What Is Your Online Dating Score?
1 month ago

What Is Your Online Dating Score?

By  •  Dating

With over 1400 dating apps/platforms available these days in cyberspace, how do you choose the right one? Once you have chosen, do you know what you are looking for? Do you know which photos will gain the best traction for you online? How will you describe…
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Dating Over 60? Beware of Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing
2 months ago

Dating Over 60? Beware of Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

By  •  Dating

In the 1980s, I had a single friend in her early 40s trying to find a romantic partner. Such a pursuit was years before the era of the Internet. Consequently, the choices for dating sites were few and far between and stigmatized. Also, the chances of meeting a single…
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Travel and Cruises | Read About Solo Travel, Senior Travel, Cruises, Insurance and More!

A Tale of 2 Gretchens: Discovering Local Treasures During the Pandemic
2 weeks ago

A Tale of 2 Gretchens: Discovering Local Treasures During the Pandemic

By  •  Travel

Everyone in Michigan knows the first Gretchen, our governor Gretchen Whitmer. Love her or hate her, I don’t envy anyone in any kind of leadership role who has had to deal with all the challenges and ever-changing landscape of this pandemic…
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The Legend of Ha Long Bay in Vietnam
4 weeks ago

The Legend of Ha Long Bay in Vietnam

Ha Long Bay, north of Hanoi in Vietnam’s Quang Ninh Province, is one of the country’s popular tourist attractions and also one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. The area abounds in beauty with its crystal blue waters and up to 2000 limestone…
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7 Things You May Not Know About Tuscany
2 months ago

7 Things You May Not Know About Tuscany

By  •  Travel

The one thing you probably do know about Tuscany is that it’s one of the most visited regions in Italy, topped only by the Veneto, and also one of incredible beauty. Most visitors leave with memories of art-filled cities and medieval hilltop villages…
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Top 10 Bucket List Experiences in Italy from an Expert
3 months ago

Top 10 Bucket List Experiences in Italy from an Expert

By  •  Travel

Italy tops the bucket lists of Americans each year, consistently ranking one of the most visited countries in the world. Known for its beloved pizza and pasta, historic architecture, and picturesque small towns, it is no surprise that millions of people flock there…
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Retirement and Money | Read About Retirement, Making Money, Encore Careers and More!

The Older Entrepreneur: Is It Ever Too Late?
6 days ago

The Older Entrepreneur: Is It Ever Too Late?

Is it ever too late to start a business? The data shows that the highest rate of entrepreneurship worldwide is in the 55-64 age group and the over-50 age group is twice as likely to be successful. Sometimes people newly retiring from a fast-paced career find retirement…
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Checklist: Loaning Money to Friends and Family
1 week ago

Checklist: Loaning Money to Friends and Family

Sometimes you can become an “expert” in an area of life by learning from the School of Hard Knocks versus a real brick and mortar educational institution. That is the case with my topic this month as I share some healthy advice about loaning money to family…
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Perceived Value and Why It Is Important to Those After 50
1 week ago

Perceived Value and Why It Is Important to Those After 50

Perceived value, by definition, is a consumer’s perception of the value of a product or service and its ability to meet their needs. Every day, in my various blogging groups, I hear from women who are hesitant to charge for the goods or services they create…
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Crucial Retirement Milestones in Your 60s (VIDEO)
3 weeks ago

Crucial Retirement Milestones in Your 60s (VIDEO)

As you navigate your 60s, you have several critical retirement planning milestones to work through. While that may be intimidating, the tasks are all manageable, especially if you give yourself plenty of time to learn about your options…
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Life After 60 | Read About Grandchildren, Marriage, Divorce and More!

Finding Hope for Earth in the Wake of Ecological Uncertainty
2 days ago

Finding Hope for Earth in the Wake of Ecological Uncertainty

Although sometimes being a climate activist can be overwhelming and depressing, I remind myself how lucky I am to be living at this important moment where we can step up to the biggest challenge in human history – to stop the destruction of our planet…
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How to Feel Like a Millionaire in Retirement, No Matter Your Income
2 days ago

How to Feel Like a Millionaire in Retirement, No Matter Your Income

One of the biggest transitions to life in our sixties is to accept the fact, that for most of us, we are now spending down. It’s scary at first to watch our savings diminish instead of grow. It requires that we forge a new relationship with our money…
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Understanding and Thriving in the Different Stages of Retirement
3 days ago

Understanding and Thriving in the Different Stages of Retirement

By  •  Lifestyle

Working closely with my clients, sometimes over decades, has given me deep insight into how people react toward retirement, which is one of the biggest transitions you’ll experience in your lifetime. It is an emotionally-charged period characterized…
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5 Surprising Benefits of Homesharing
4 days ago

5 Surprising Benefits of Homesharing

By  •  Lifestyle

A couple months back, I had an enlightening conversation with Melanie, a 63-year-old in central California who had decided to give homesharing a try. Melanie had an interesting account of her path to homesharing. She explained to me that she’d been working…
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Mindset and Inspiration | Read About Happiness, Gratitude, Nostalgia, Getting Older and More!

The Power of Going Within
3 days ago

The Power of Going Within

The process of life has a way of changing how we see ourselves. Women, in order to survive the journey, have to constantly adjust themselves, and often, in doing so, lose sight of who they really are. Most of us don’t come to this realization…
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What You Learn When You Trust Your Gut: Exploring The Power of Intuition
5 days ago

What You Learn When You Trust Your Gut: Exploring The Power of Intuition

By  •  Mindset

Many unexpected gifts come at midlife and beyond, and one of them is a deeper trust in ourselves. After all, we’ve been living in our bodies for a long time – who knows us better than we do? I believe intuition plays a part in our deeper trust…
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How Resilience Can Help You with Aging in Place
1 week ago

How Resilience Can Help You with Aging in Place

By  •  Mindset

I’ve done a great deal of consulting work in the senior living industry, everything from skilled nursing and assisted living to independent and active aging communities. Each of these senior living products have very different environments…
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Your Own Worst Enemy: Thinking “I Can’t!”
1 week ago

Your Own Worst Enemy: Thinking “I Can’t!”

By  •  Mindset

You applaud your friend Mary Jane’s exuberance as she describes her delight with her new-found hobby, tap-dancing. OK, she’ll never be Fred Astaire, but she’s thrilled at what she and her fellow tap students, not a one under 60, are accomplishing…
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