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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 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Women Over 60
6 years ago

6 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Women Over 60

Why is it that we all know exercise is essential to a long and healthy life, yet only 32% of us over 60 regularly exercise? Nobel laureate, Daniel Kahneman, explains that we’re wired to take the easiest way to any goal, and as we age, we tend to further let ourselves off the hook. We’re going to have to trick ourselves into Read More

Reinventing Your Life After 60 – Prill Boyle (Video)
6 years ago

Reinventing Your Life After 60 – Prill Boyle (Video)

Prill Boyle is my latest fabulous guest on the Sixty and Me Show. As an author, speaker, writer and TV host, Prill believes that age truly is just a number. She has spent her career interviewing, writing about and promoting the achievements of hundreds of ‘ordinary’ women who have done extraordinary things in their lives. Read More

6 Healthy Snack Ideas for Treats You Can Make Yourself
6 years ago

6 Healthy Snack Ideas for Treats You Can Make Yourself

Sometimes all you need is just a little snack. Now that you don’t have to make a big meal for a growing family, it’s nice to have some little treats around that you can graze on when you need to. The important thing is Read More

Afraid of Alzheimer’s Disease? Here’s Something You Can Do About It!
6 years ago

Afraid of Alzheimer’s Disease? Here’s Something You Can Do About It!

In the Digital Age where almost everyone has access to the Internet, we can be bombarded with information. A Google search for the statistics related to the risk of developing Alzheimer’s in your lifetime returns over 3 million results. Read More

Technology is a Door to a Better Life After 60. Here’s how to Open it!
6 years ago

Technology is a Door to a Better Life After 60. Here’s how to Open it!

When I got divorced, I bought my first power drill. I actually cried when I left the DIY store, realizing all the things that I would now have to do for myself. It was time to start depending on myself. The same was true when it came to my computer. For years, I had relied on other people to Read More

Finding Your Own Voice – LaDonna Gatlin (Video)
6 years ago

Finding Your Own Voice – LaDonna Gatlin (Video)

In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I had the pleasure of talking with LaDonna Gatlin, a high energy motivational speaker and author who believes that every woman has a unique song to sing instead of living someone else’s dream. Read More

What are the Health Benefits of Massage for Women Over 60? You May be Surprised!
6 years ago

What are the Health Benefits of Massage for Women Over 60? You May be Surprised!

Massage therapy is so much more than a way to relax. It restores physical vitality and mobility, encourages relaxation and an optimistic outlook, and offers a sense of being compassionately cared for.

As we age our bodies require more tender loving care than ever before, so we need to honor that by appreciating the benefits of massage and the importance of touch after 60. Regular massage can also offer medical benefits beyond relaxation that we may not have considered. Here are just a few of the health benefits of massage for women over 60. Read More

6 Ways to Stay Connected, Even if You Are Living Alone After 60
6 years ago

6 Ways to Stay Connected, Even if You Are Living Alone After 60

According to the New York Times, 200 million adults worldwide are living alone. This represents an increase of 33 percent from 1996 to 2006. In addition, many more women over 60 are living alone than previous generations, whether it’s by personal choice or due to divorce or the death of a spouse. Read More

Want to Tell Your Story Effectively? A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
6 years ago

Want to Tell Your Story Effectively? A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

A few years ago, while I was working for a large corporation, I was asked to prepare a presentation on the concept of “trust” in selling. At best, I knew that I would only have a few seconds to capture the audience’s attention. So, I decided to take a highly visual approach to get my message across. I wanted a presentation filled with powerful images that would allow the audience to feel my message before they thought about it. Read More

The Power of Positive Thinking: Why Women Over 60 Need to Think Positively
6 years ago

The Power of Positive Thinking: Why Women Over 60 Need to Think Positively

Women over 60 are entering a new chapter of life. We have lived and loved and recovered from heartbreak and loss, we have strived in the career arena and tended the home fires and (often) nurtured children and cared for aging parents of our own. And as we get older, because of all that we have experienced and surmounted during our lives, many women over 60 find themselves feeling more optimistic about life than ever before. Read More