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Boomer Ranting and the Joys of Blogging After 60

By Pat Skene June 09, 2021

Okay, let’s not sugar coat this – getting old is a bitch! There’s no instruction manual to read or special training we can take along the way. The scary world of aging is filled with shocks and surprises around every wrinkled corner. And you know what shock…

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Why Guest Blogging Can Be an Exciting Post-Career Activity

By Susan Belding February 23, 2020

If you like to write but do not want the obligation of running your own site, guest blogging may be a good outlet for you. You choose the topic, do the research, and create your post…

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3 Ways Blogging Can Help You to Make Friends After 60

By Margaret Manning March 11, 2017

My first few months as a blogger were filled more with the sound of crickets than critical acclaim.

When I started Sixty and Me, now a community of over 500,000 wonderful baby boomer women, I had exactly one reader – myself. Actually, that’s not entirely true. My son also checked in from time to time to give me support, but, if I’m honest, I was basically talking to myself. Read More

9 Fun Part-Time Jobs for Retirees that Anyone Can Do

By Margaret Manning January 18, 2022

Women over 60 are no strangers to hard work. Most of us have worked all our lives, whether it’s at a full-time job or caring for children or for aging parents. But as we approach retirement age, many older women are starting to think about…

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Can I Turn My Passion into a Viable Business?

By Lily Temmer December 17, 2021

Women are living longer than ever and are remaining vital into advanced old age. As a result, it is possible that we will outlive our significant others and our savings or will need to supplement our retirement income. Additionally, many of us who have aged…

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I Know I’m Over 60, but I Still Want to Do So Much More!

By Leslie Moon December 04, 2021

As I drove home from moving my 80 year old mom to live closer to us, I reflected. My family is my priority and always has been. I cherish the opportunity to be there for them. In the prior six months I had dealt with a health scare…

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What Should I Do? Confessions from an Overthinker

By Jane Sawyer November 09, 2021

If I had a dollar for every time a question or second thought occurred to me, I would assuredly be a billionaire! Overthinking next steps or actions is an all-too-familiar pattern for me and without realizing it, I will consider if it’s the right time to do…

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60 Creative Ways to Make Money in Retirement

By Margaret Manning September 17, 2021

Last year, I asked the women in our community how they make money in retirement. Their answers were amazing and showed just how creative our generation has become when it comes to supplementing our income in the best years of our lives…

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6 Useful Networking Groups for Women Over 60

By Margaret Manning August 09, 2021

In many ways, networking was simpler before computers and the Internet. We met like-minded people face to face, and job hunting involved a personal exchange with a recruiter. Remember paper resumes? We joined interest groups and shared…

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7 Home Business Ideas for Food Lovers

By David Lukic August 02, 2021

There are people who thrive on takeout and then there are gourmands. If you have a passion for trying out new cuisines, dabbling in the kitchen, and producing works of culinary art, you have the option of using your hobby to your advantage…

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