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No Trip is Complete Without these 10 Travel Essentials
1 week ago

No Trip is Complete Without these 10 Travel Essentials

One of my personal passions is travel. Sometimes, I am fortunate enough to take a cruise or to fly somewhere exotic. But, 9 times out of 10, I just get …
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5 Simple Morning Rituals that Can Make You Happier and Healthier After 60
1 week ago

5 Simple Morning Rituals that Can Make You Happier and Healthier After 60

By  •  Mindset

By the time we reach our age, we have plenty of habits. These small rituals build up slowly over time and are seldom chosen consciously.

Take a moment to think about your “typical” weekday morning. Do you stumble out of bed and head straight for the coffee machine? Do you check your email, or Facebook, within a few minutes of getting up? Is there a certain type of cereal that you have eaten for years?

If so, maybe it’s time to develop some new morning rituals. Read More

How Women’s Circles Boost Healthy Aging and Fight Loneliness
1 week ago

How Women’s Circles Boost Healthy Aging and Fight Loneliness

The bonds that are formed between women are powerful. From the beginning of time, we have come together – out of necessity and desire – to support each other. This …
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How a Luxurious Cruise Can Help You Find Your Dream Retirement Location (+ FREE Cruise Report!)
2 weeks ago

How a Luxurious Cruise Can Help You Find Your Dream Retirement Location (+ FREE Cruise Report!)

By  •  Travel

Cruising is a great way to vacation, relax, and be pampered, all while enjoying a huge floating hotel, but not only that, compared to conventional travel. It also allows you to visit several places in a short period of time…
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How Clearing Clutter Can Help You Find Freedom and Happiness After 60
2 weeks ago

How Clearing Clutter Can Help You Find Freedom and Happiness After 60

By  •  Lifestyle

I came across this quote about clearing clutter on – of all places – a medical website, and it struck me as the perfect way to look at the “too much stuff” conundrum I’m still struggling with. Read More

From Memory Books to Selfies: Old and New Ways to Preserve Our Treasured Memories
2 weeks ago

From Memory Books to Selfies: Old and New Ways to Preserve Our Treasured Memories

When we were younger, we were fairly limited with regards to how we could share our treasured memories. I still have photo albums from when my kids were younger – …
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4 Reasons to Age in Place Longer, While Planning Your Next Step
2 weeks ago

4 Reasons to Age in Place Longer, While Planning Your Next Step

I think it’s safe to say that most of us would like to stay in our homes for as long as possible. But, as many of us have discovered, aging …
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Going Grey Gracefully: How to Manage the Transition to Grey Hair (Video)
2 weeks ago

Going Grey Gracefully: How to Manage the Transition to Grey Hair (Video)

One of the many myths about older women is that we don’t care about our appearance. Women in the Sixty and Me community, however, are challenging this stereotype. Read More

What is a Staycation and How Can it Make You Richer and Happier?
2 weeks ago

What is a Staycation and How Can it Make You Richer and Happier?

When we think about taking a holiday, most of us imagine flying somewhere exotic… or, at the very least, driving to another city or state. But, what if I were …
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Gentle Yoga for Seniors: Give Your Legs a Rest! (Part 6/8): 32-Mins of Bliss!
2 weeks ago

Gentle Yoga for Seniors: Give Your Legs a Rest! (Part 6/8): 32-Mins of Bliss!

Beginning with your first tentative toddler days until this moment, your legs have let you stroll, stride, or sprint your way through life. Or maybe, they’ve just let you stand on your feet all day…
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