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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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Senior Cruises: 6 Amazing Cruises for Women After 60
7 years ago

Senior Cruises: 6 Amazing Cruises for Women After 60

Many women over 60 are looking for new adventures and exciting new vacation destinations. If you want fun in the sun, a spirit of discovery, and the romance of the high seas, going on a cruise might be the ideal dream vacation. Read More

How to Increase Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence in 6 Easy Steps
7 years ago

How to Increase Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence in 6 Easy Steps

Women over 60 are often known for having high self-esteem and confidence. This time of life is supposed to be a time of confidently engaging with the world and trying new things, learning, growing and making a difference at the prime of our lives.

But what if the changes of midlife and the approach of retirement and the shifts happening in your family are leaving you feeling more bewildered than confident? Read More

Try These 6 Completely FREE Ways to Pamper Your Body
7 years ago

Try These 6 Completely FREE Ways to Pamper Your Body

Women over 60 have been through a lot in life – we’ve had careers, married, divorced, raised children, welcomed grandchildren, cared for pets, houses and husbands… and now we’re ready for someone to attend to OUR needs. We deserve some pampering.

Whether it’s a morning yoga class, a day at the spa, an evening glass of wine, or a therapeutic massage, there are many wonderful ways to achieve relaxation and centeredness – but most of them cost money. Read More

Follow These 6 Steps to Reduce Your Debt in Retirement
7 years ago

Follow These 6 Steps to Reduce Your Debt in Retirement

Women over 60 often find themselves facing some financial challenges, even as they approach retirement age. Our generation is often known as the “sandwich generation,” because we are often “sandwiched” between the conflicting and competing demands of helping our aging parents and also helping our grown children and grandchildren. Read More

The Sixty and Me Forum for Women Over 60 is Live!

Have you joined our Sixty and Me Forum yet? It is open for conversation and connections. The Forum will give our community a great opportunity to get to know each other in a more personal way and to share interests and discuss specific topics women over 60 care about. Read More

Dating After 50: How to Find a Partner While Staying Safe Online
7 years ago

Dating After 50: How to Find a Partner While Staying Safe Online

Many women over 50 have been divorced, experienced the death of a partner, or never been married. So, it’s no surprise then that, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 40% of Americans over age 45 are single. If you find yourself navigating the dating world for the first time in decades, it’s natural to feel a bit nervous. Fortunately, Read More

Fitness After 60: Want to Stay Strong? Let’s Get Started!
7 years ago

Fitness After 60: Want to Stay Strong? Let’s Get Started!

Many people used to think that getting older meant experiencing an inevitable physical decline. Of course it’s true that most 60 year old women aren’t going to run a 3-minute mile or lift 100 pound weights, but recent research suggests that older adults can continue to stay stronger and healthier with regular exercise, especially strength training. Fitness after 60 is a choice. Read More

Keeping Your Brain Healthy – Indre Viskontas (Video)
7 years ago

Keeping Your Brain Healthy – Indre Viskontas (Video)

In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I had the unique opportunity to speak with Dr. Indre Viskontas, a neuroscientist (and opera singer) who shares her insights on how to keep the brain healthy after 60 in four different ways – nutrition, stress management, mental stimulation and exercise. Her observations are both inspirational and practical. Read More

What Are the Best Countries to Retire In? You May Be Surprised!
7 years ago

What Are the Best Countries to Retire In? You May Be Surprised!

Many women start thinking about retirement when they approach 60, or are at least getting ready to think about working less or in a less structured independent way. Others want to follow their passions and switch to an alternative career that may give joy but not necessarily financial security. Read More

The Stages of ‘EX’ – Dealing with Divorce After 60
7 years ago

The Stages of ‘EX’ – Dealing with Divorce After 60

Elizabeth Kubler Ross wrote about the five stages of dealing with death and loss – denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Read More