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5 Travel Photography Tips for Beginners

By Karin van Mierlo July 09, 2021

Travelling is one of the greater joys in life. The pictures we take during our trips are oftentimes the only tangible memories we have of that unique experience. Knowing a little more than how to push the button can make those tangible memories a joy…

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5 Mindful Photography Ideas to Get You in a State of Flow

By Karin van Mierlo September 20, 2020

Mindfulness is about slowing down, being fully present in the moment, and receiving that moment. The exact same words apply to the process of making photographs. For me, to photograph is to be fully present in the moment…

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Say Cheese! August 19 is World Photography Day

By Sixty and Me August 04, 2017

Cameras have changed drastically throughout the years but the love of taking photos has not. Capturing a moment in time and preserving it for generations to come has become an art form that ignites passion and inspiration in people of all ages. Read More

How to Get Involved in the Creative Arts in Your 60s  

By Ellen Rand June 07, 2022

We all know how important it is to incorporate physical exercise in our lives to help us age well. It’s good for our bodies, of course, but also for our spirits. It raises our sense of well-being, perhaps enhancing our connection to nature…

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Are You Using the Power of Selective Focus to Reach Your Goals After 60?

By Joan Rudder-Ward May 08, 2022

Do you ever find yourself behind on projects, fielding interruptions and distractions that make it difficult for you to finish? Do you find it difficult, at times to find your focus – especially when there are so many things that need attention?

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Are You Thinking of Hiring a Funeral Photographer?

By Alexandra Kathryn Mosca May 07, 2022

Today, photographing the dead is making a comeback. But this time it’s not only the deceased who are being photographed – it’s the entire funeral service. Candid shots of the somber rituals, loved ones embracing, mourners comforting…

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Keep Moving to Protect Your Memory and Cognitive Skills

By Joy Stephenson-Laws April 26, 2022

The health benefits of being active, such as reducing stress, managing our weight, and reducing hypertension, cannot be overlooked. One benefit that is getting more attention is the role being physically active plays in helping protect both…

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Over 60? Embrace the 3 P’s – Pleasure, Purpose and Passion!

By Julia Griffin April 24, 2022

Living in your 60s marks a time when either retirement has arrived or it’s certainly on the horizon. You’re ready to knuckle down on happiness and health and bring together the threads of your life tapestry…

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5 Powerful Reasons to Embrace the Unexpected After 60

By Ginny McReynolds April 20, 2022

If you’re like me, life seems perfect when there is a manageable routine. I’m not a stick-in-the-mud, but I like it when I can plan ahead, when I know how my day is going to go and when I feel confident about the tasks on my to-do list…

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Why Your Children and Grandchildren Should Avoid Student Loans

By Elaine Ambrose March 13, 2022

Graduation time is here, and families will join to celebrate an important milestone in the lives of their graduates. Mixed with all the elaborate pomp and circumstance should be the harsh reality that student loans could make them indentured victims…

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