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About Cyn Meyer

Founder of Second Wind Movement http://secondwindmovement.com, Cyn Meyer offers education + coaching to help seniors transition into amazing next chapters and age successfully in place. She helps them live out active, healthy, happy "retirement" years, so they can better evade depression, loneliness, Alzheimer's and nursing home occupancy.
Latest Posts | By Cyn Meyer
5 Ways to Experience a Fulfilled Life in a Senior Living Community
3 weeks ago

5 Ways to Experience a Fulfilled Life in a Senior Living Community

By  •  Lifestyle

Contrary to what you might imagine, life in a senior living community can be robust and exciting. In fact, a Holleran Consulting survey of 57,900 respondents revealed that nearly 90% of senior living residents rated their overall satisfaction as good…
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Why Are Older People Considered Boring? Is It the Culture – or Is It the Truth?
2 months ago

Why Are Older People Considered Boring? Is It the Culture – or Is It the Truth?

By  •  Mindset

Old people are boring – truth or myth? While you can split hairs and say, “it depends on the individual,” it’s certainly a broadly accepted stereotype that old people lead boring lives…

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4 Simple Exercises to Help You Find Clarity During Your Retirement Years
3 months ago

4 Simple Exercises to Help You Find Clarity During Your Retirement Years

By  •  Mindset

As a senior woman, chances are you have lived a life of duty. You have spent most of your decades dedicating time, focus, and energy to your family and career – which is a completely noble and necessary role. Read More

How Adventurous Can You Be After 60? 4 Things You Never Thought You Could Do!
3 months ago

How Adventurous Can You Be After 60? 4 Things You Never Thought You Could Do!

By  •  Mindset

You’re sitting there, staring blankly ahead and thinking to yourself… Where do I go from here? Your so-called retirement years can either be a true sense of the phrase “golden years” or, sadly, the stereotypical boring bust…

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4 Key Ingredients for Successful Aging
7 months ago

4 Key Ingredients for Successful Aging

By  •  Mindset

Wikipedia defines successful aging as “physical, mental and social well-being in older age.” The authors of Successful Aging: The MacArthur Foundation Study, John Rowe, MD, and Robert Kahn, PhD, define it as “the cross-section between three components.” Read More

3 Reasons Why Lifelong Learning Is Critically Important for Your Health
11 months ago

3 Reasons Why Lifelong Learning Is Critically Important for Your Health

Think school is something reserved for your adolescent years?

Perhaps in the traditional sense… but studies show that education is particularly important for people in their 60s and beyond. Read More

5 Steps to Finding the Right Volunteer Opportunity for Women 55 and Over
12 months ago

5 Steps to Finding the Right Volunteer Opportunity for Women 55 and Over

By  •  Lifestyle

Why is finding the right volunteer opportunity important?

Not only does giving back to society provide you with a strong sense of purpose and fulfillment but it’s also good for your health and overall well-being. Read More

4 Hidden Truths About Aging That Could Be Hurting Your Potential
1 year ago

4 Hidden Truths About Aging That Could Be Hurting Your Potential

By  •  Mindset

Afraid of the aging process?

Aging is certainly not glamorized in the media and there’s even some ageism ingrained in our pop culture, so don’t fret if you are indeed afraid. You’re not alone. Read More

3 Powerful Benefits Senior Women Can Reap from Setting Up the Right Morning Routine
1 year ago

3 Powerful Benefits Senior Women Can Reap from Setting Up the Right Morning Routine

With the rise of all the scary stats among seniors (like Alzheimer’s, loneliness, depression, divorce, and nursing home occupancy), it’s becoming more and more difficult to lead an active, healthy, and engaged retirement lifestyle. Read More

5 Science-Backed Reasons Why Being Social Is Good for Your Health in Your 60s and Beyond
1 year ago

5 Science-Backed Reasons Why Being Social Is Good for Your Health in Your 60s and Beyond

By  •  Lifestyle

A great number of studies tells us social interaction is important and good for our health and overall well-being. Especially so among senior women.

Conversely, here’s what could happen if you neglect your social well-being: Read More