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About Susan "Honey" Good

Susan Good is a wife, mother and grandmother to 24! She has dedicated her life to showing other women how to keep taking a big bite out of life with optimism and style. At her website https://honeygood.com, she shares how women can live stylishly after 50.
Latest Posts | By Susan "Honey" Good
Fashion After 50: What’s Old Is New Again
3 weeks ago

Fashion After 50: What’s Old Is New Again

Each year I do a closet redo: I throw out clothing, shoes and handbags I have not worn in one year, even if they have a price tag. There are, of course, some exceptions – items I treasure. Read More

How I Survived the Loss of My Husband
5 months ago

How I Survived the Loss of My Husband

My first experience with death and mourning occurred with the untimely death of my late husband, Michael. Losing my soul mate was debilitating. I can best describe myself as shattered and shocked. Read More

How to Find Mental Balance in Your Life After 60
5 months ago

How to Find Mental Balance in Your Life After 60

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,” Leonardo Da Vinci

Mental balance is a skill controlled by our minds.

I think living a ‘balanced’ lifestyle is an art because, like art, it is a skill. Like art we create our palate. What is considered balance for one is not considered balance for all. But one thing is true, our success as creators of a balanced lifestyle is based on mind over matter. Read More

Attention Grandmothers: What Will Happen to Your Life Story?
9 months ago

Attention Grandmothers: What Will Happen to Your Life Story?

Every grandmother has her story. I may not know each of you personally, but I know that, like me, you’ve had loves and losses, trials and triumphs. But where does that story live – other than in your heart and mind? Read More

Why Women Our Age Are Saying “I Feel Invisible”… and What We Can Do About it
10 months ago

Why Women Our Age Are Saying “I Feel Invisible”… and What We Can Do About it

“I feel invisible because of my age,” is a leading thought in the minds of many women of a certain age.

I did not say a specific age, nor did I say all women are faced with this dilemma. After all, these feelings depend on the woman. But I will say this, more women than not, as they age, feel invisible. Read More

More Than Just Sparkle: How a Simple Circle Can Represent Strength, Love and Gratitude
10 months ago

More Than Just Sparkle: How a Simple Circle Can Represent Strength, Love and Gratitude

Jewelry is weighted with meaning. I dare say, if jewelry could talk, each piece would convey the story of how their home became your personal jewelry drawer. Read More

Are You Tired of Being a People-Pleaser? Learn How to Stop That Toxic Behavior Right Now!
11 months ago

Are You Tired of Being a People-Pleaser? Learn How to Stop That Toxic Behavior Right Now!

I have read that women are conditioned (more so than men) to please others from a very early age. It is ingrained in us: if you want to be liked… you should be a pleaser. Read More

7 Tips for a Pretty Pedicure After 60 (#7 Is a Real Surprise!)
1 year ago

7 Tips for a Pretty Pedicure After 60 (#7 Is a Real Surprise!)

A relaxing spa pedicure is a welcome treat year-round. However, getting that pedicure and keeping the polish pristine, as fall quickly approaches, presents a formidable challenge. Read More

5 Essential Tips for Dressing Stylishly Over 60
1 year ago

5 Essential Tips for Dressing Stylishly Over 60

When it comes to style, Billy Baldwin may have said it best: “Be faithful to your own taste because nothing you really like is ever out of style.”

I think this quote speaks to us as women over 60. In this season of our lives, it’s not always about keeping up with the latest trends, but rather, knowing ourselves and what we like and feel confident in. Read More

How to Feel Visible and Vibrant After 60 in 5 Easy Steps
1 year ago

How to Feel Visible and Vibrant After 60 in 5 Easy Steps

I’ve shared the story before about how, several years ago, I hosted a small group of women – all over 60 – at my home and was shocked to discover that many of them felt that, with age, they had become ‘invisible.’ Read More