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About Margaret Manning

Margaret Manning is the founder of Sixty and Me. She is an entrepreneur, author and speaker. Margaret is passionate about building dynamic and engaged communities that improve lives and change perceptions. Margaret can be contacted at margaret@sixtyandme.com
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6 Innovative Elizabeth Arden Skincare and Makeup Products that Will Help You Look and Feel Fantastic at Any Age
1 week ago

6 Innovative Elizabeth Arden Skincare and Makeup Products that Will Help You Look and Feel Fantastic at Any Age

I almost fell out of my chair when I saw the Bright Lights collection on Elizabeth Arden’s website. After all, it isn’t
every day that you can save 85% on a comprehensive set of innovative makeup and
skincare products. The
collection is usually $439, but, as of the writing of this article, you can get it for $67 with any $38 purchase…
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How to Absolutely ROCK Your Denim Jeans and Sweaters After 50 + My Faves from Coldwater Creek (30% Off!)
1 week ago

How to Absolutely ROCK Your Denim Jeans and Sweaters After 50 + My Faves from Coldwater Creek (30% Off!)

The journey to growing older is littered with stereotypes and assumptions about what a mature woman should (and shouldn’t) actually wear. Of course, by this point in our lives, we are wise enough to listen to the advice that serves us… and to completely ignore the rest. For example, many of us would agree that a paisley-colored miniskirt might look better on younger legs (then again, maybe not!)
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50 Women Over 50 Express their Gratitude on Thanksgiving Day
3 weeks ago

50 Women Over 50 Express their Gratitude on Thanksgiving Day

Every year on Thanksgiving Day someone will ask you what you are grateful for. This is fitting. At its heart, Thanksgiving is a holiday about celebrating life. It is about remembering the things that are truly important and cherishing the special people in our lives…
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Why “Focus on Increasing Income Not Cutting Costs” is Horrible Financial Advice
3 weeks ago

Why “Focus on Increasing Income Not Cutting Costs” is Horrible Financial Advice

People hate cutting costs. Beyond the practical considerations of having to give up all the shiny new stuff that marketers tell us we need, there are psychological reasons that we hate cost cutting. Read More

4 Ways Getting a Health Screening Changed My Life… Even Though I Was Healthy
4 weeks ago

4 Ways Getting a Health Screening Changed My Life… Even Though I Was Healthy

I’ve always been a worrier. I get concerned when my kids don’t check in for a few days, even though they are adults with their own families. And, when it comes to my health, I’ll be the first to admit that I have spent more than one restless night consulting with “Dr. Google” about symptoms, which, in hindsight were totally benign…
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Stop Helping the Clock! 3 Makeup Mistakes that Make You Look Older
1 month ago

Stop Helping the Clock! 3 Makeup Mistakes that Make You Look Older

You may not realize it, but, your makeup techniques may actually be making you look older. That was the message of professional makeup artist, Ariane Poole, when I interviewed her recently. Join us as we discuss the 3 most common mistakes that older women make when it comes to applying makeup…
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I Lost My Mom to Breast Cancer… This October, Please Join Me and #MoveFor Pink!
2 months ago

I Lost My Mom to Breast Cancer… This October, Please Join Me and #MoveFor Pink!

Many women in our community have been impacted by breast cancer. Some of us have faced cancer directly. Others, including myself, have lost someone close to us. With so much at stake, it’s no surprise that ridding the world of cancer has been a global priority for decades…
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Losing Weight After Menopause Isn’t Fair – But, it’s Still Possible
2 months ago

Losing Weight After Menopause Isn’t Fair – But, it’s Still Possible

If life was fair, losing weight after menopause would be just as easy as at any other stage in our lives. Unfortunately, life isn’t fair. When I was in my 20s, I could look at a pair of walking shoes and drop 5 pounds. Now, in my 60s, it feels like I could run a marathon and gain weight from the water that they served along the way. Read More

How to Use Visualization to Breathe New Life into Your Old Travel Adventures
2 months ago

How to Use Visualization to Breathe New Life into Your Old Travel Adventures

If you don’t remember the details of a trip that you took 10 or 20 years ago, did it ever happen? This was the question that found myself asking when I talked with my son recently about the trips that we took as a family. Read More

Color = Confidence? The Surprising Truth About Fashion Over 50 and Our Color Choices
2 months ago

Color = Confidence? The Surprising Truth About Fashion Over 50 and Our Color Choices

The colors of this season are… the ones that you choose for yourself! Learn how to invest in your favorite colors with the help of style blogger Susan Good. Enjoy the show! My guest today is Susan “Honey” Good. Susan is a mother, a wife and a grandmother to 25…
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