As we continue to encourage positive aging here in the Sixty and Me community, we’ve discussed how important it is to maintain some hobbies that bring you joy.
When you reach a certain age in life, retirement becomes an unavoidable topic. And when it comes to retirement, there’s a lot to consider – retirement activities, retirement companions and even retirement homes.
Staying in shape plays a vital role in a person’s overall level of health and well-being at any and every age!
But for those of us in our 60s and beyond, staying in shape is especially important.
When it comes to dating, it can be challenging no matter what your age.
But for women in the Sixty and Me community, dating can be accompanied by frustrating stereotypes, making it even more of a challenge.
Finding hobbies and activities that enrich your life is important at any age. But here at Sixty and Me, we know that it’s especially important to pursue these passions as we get older.
Mary Burger is living proof that age really is just a number.
This idea isn’t exactly news to us. We know that getting older doesn’t have to mean slowing down like society might want us to believe. This is the perfect time in our lives to knock down those aging stereotypes and live life to the fullest!
The importance of finding hobbies and activities that enrich our lives as older adults is a topic that we love to explore here at Sixty and Me.
And we know that the women in our community are some of the most interesting and diverse in the world – and so are their hobbies! Today we want to discuss one hobby in particular, though – knitting!
It’s undeniable that there is a different set of makeup rules that apply to women in their twenties as opposed to those of us in our sixties (or older). But when applying our daily makeup, we all know that old habits can die hard.
Wearing and experimenting with makeup is one of the great perks of being a woman. After all, makeup has the ability to transform our appearance, boost our confidence and allow us to enhance our natural beauty.
As we enter into our 60s and beyond, it’s important to find ways to minimize stress and enjoy our lives to the fullest. One way to do just that is by finding hobbies and activities that bring us pleasure and relaxation – like knitting!