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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
Latest Posts | By Margaret Manning
5 Secrets to Finding Happiness After 60, According to Science
4 years ago

5 Secrets to Finding Happiness After 60, According to Science

Finding happiness after 60 can be tough. Many of us are struggling to save enough for retirement. Others are dealing with changing social circumstances or a divorce. All of us are discovering that staying in great shape isn’t as easy as it used to be. That’s the bad news. Read More

What’s the Best 50th Birthday Gift for a Man?
4 years ago

What’s the Best 50th Birthday Gift for a Man?

Turning 50 is a milestone. A few of us worry – unnecessarily, I might add – about “getting old.” But, for the most part, we recognize that life after 50 is a time for exploring our passions, getting in great shape and preparing for decades of active life ahead. Read More

Why Sixty and Me is a Community Built on Acceptance and Love
4 years ago

Why Sixty and Me is a Community Built on Acceptance and Love

It might seem strange to use a quote from Lady Gaga to explain how I feel about the Sixty and Me community, but, it is surprisingly fitting. She once said, “I think tolerance and acceptance and love is something that feeds every community.” Let me explain why I find this quote so powerful. Read More

Looking Back with a Smile – What Was the Happiest Moment in Your Life?
4 years ago

Looking Back with a Smile – What Was the Happiest Moment in Your Life?

What was the happiest moment of your life? It’s a harder question that it appears on the surface. Happiness is an abstract concept and one that is difficult to measure. Its source is also a mystery. Read More

Looking for 60th Birthday Ideas? This 100-Year-Old Woman May Inspire You
4 years ago

Looking for 60th Birthday Ideas? This 100-Year-Old Woman May Inspire You

How are you planning on spending your 60th birthday? Will you mark this special occasion with friends and family? Will you go on a short trip? Or, will you perhaps do something more “adventurous,” like skydiving or swimming with sharks? Read More

Making Money from Your Crafts – How to Decide What to Make and Sell
4 years ago

Making Money from Your Crafts – How to Decide What to Make and Sell

In a previous article, I discussed how to improve your craft skills so that you can get ready to sell your handmade items online. But, once you feel like you have reached a certain level of proficiency, the question still remains – what should you produce? Read More

Dustin Hoffman’s Star is Getting Brighter with Age
4 years ago

Dustin Hoffman’s Star is Getting Brighter with Age

If you believe the movies, aging is a pretty depressing concept. According to Hollywood, we are like shooting stars – we are born, shine brightly, fall to earth and quickly fade into nothingness. This is one of the reasons that I am so happy that celebrities are starting to speak out on age-related issues. Read More

What is Friendship? Are We Thinking About it All Wrong?
4 years ago

What is Friendship? Are We Thinking About it All Wrong?

What is friendship? It’s a harder question than you think. When you think about the phrase “making friends,” what images come into your mind? Read More

Judi Dench Says, “Goodbye Mr. Bond”
4 years ago

Judi Dench Says, “Goodbye Mr. Bond”

I don’t know about you, but, I’m a huge Judi Dench fan. From her endearing performance in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel to her entirely believable portrayal of Philomena, Judi Dench never disappoints. Read More

What do Single Men Over 60 Really Want? This Dating Coach’s Advice Will Surprise You! (Video)
4 years ago

What do Single Men Over 60 Really Want? This Dating Coach’s Advice Will Surprise You! (Video)

What do men over 60 want? For women who have been trying to find that illusive “special someone” for a while, this may seem like an impossible question to answer. After all, for most of our lives, men were simple creatures. Now, as we reach our 50s and 60s, the situation is somewhat more complicated. Read More