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Health and Fitness

Is healthy aging important to you? Are you interested in losing weight after 60? Let’s explore how fitness and gentle yoga for seniors can help!

How to Overcome Loneliness by Making Your Home More Friendly
4 years ago

How to Overcome Loneliness by Making Your Home More Friendly

If you are wondering how to overcome loneliness, you may want to start by looking around your house. It is often said that your home is a reflection of your mind. They say that the choices we make in how we decorate, who we invite into our homes and how we spend our time reflect our personality and values. This is true to an extent, but, did you ever think about the fact that the opposite is also true?

Did you ever consider that the way that you organize your home may be contributing to your feelings of loneliness, or intimacy after 60? Read More

Why We Need the Campaign to End Loneliness
4 years ago

Why We Need the Campaign to End Loneliness

Loneliness is an issue that affects not only individuals, but, society in general. The health implications of loneliness alone should be enough to make governments stand up and take notice, but, for some reason, most of them haven’t. Read More

Healthy Aging Tips for Women – Advice from the Sixty and Me Community
5 years ago

Healthy Aging Tips for Women – Advice from the Sixty and Me Community

For many women in the Sixty and Me community, healthy aging requires more than making simple choices about what to eat and who to spend time with. Staying healthy after 60 also means getting the most from life after 60. The more we live, the healthier we become, and vice versa.

Here are a few ways that the women in our community are living with verve and passion: Read More

3 Social Activities to Help You with Losing Weight After 60
5 years ago

3 Social Activities to Help You with Losing Weight After 60

According to the women in the Sixty and Me community, losing weight and making new friends are two of the things that we struggle with the most after 60.

I can certainly relate to this. There are days when I sit behind my desk for hours at a time, barely lifting my head for long enough to make a light snack, let alone get to the gym. Whether your weakness is the computer or the TV, I suspect that many of you feel the same. Read More

How to Manage Stress and Fight Loneliness Around the Holidays
5 years ago

How to Manage Stress and Fight Loneliness Around the Holidays

It’s ironic that the winter holidays, which are meant to be filled with relaxation, love and peace, often turn out to be a time of stress and tension. Read More

This 77-Year-Old Weightlifter Proves that Fitness After 60 is a Choice
5 years ago

This 77-Year-Old Weightlifter Proves that Fitness After 60 is a Choice

Like many women, I never quite found my groove when it came to fitness. Gyms were no go zones for me. It wasn’t just a matter of laziness. It also felt like the travel time, expensive clothes, complicated equipment, showering and coordination would take away from my other priorities. Read More

The Surprising Connection Between Gentle Yoga and Positive Self-Image (Video)
5 years ago

The Surprising Connection Between Gentle Yoga and Positive Self-Image (Video)

“I’m a complete beginner to gentle yoga.” “I’m a total newbie.” “I’m a bit stiff and overweight.” “I’m a complete novice, with practically no strength or flexibility.” These are a few of the ways that women in the Sixty and Me community described themselves when I asked them if they were interested me producing a series of gentle yoga videos for older adults. Read More

It’s Not Too Late! Improve Your Health After 60 by Breaking these Habits
5 years ago

It’s Not Too Late! Improve Your Health After 60 by Breaking these Habits

When it comes to smoking, drinking and a lack of exercise, many women that I know have a fatalistic perspective. If you are in your 60s or 70s, it’s easy to convince yourself that “the damage has already been done.” But, is this really true? As it turns out, no, it isn’t – not in the slightest! Researchers are increasingly showing that it’s never too late to get benefits from abandoning a bad habit. For example, recent studies have found that people can add years to their life by quitting smoking, even in their 60s. Read More

An Introduction to Gentle Yoga for Older Adults
5 years ago

An Introduction to Gentle Yoga for Older Adults

When I ask the members of the Sixty and Me community what is holding them back from building their dream life after 60, poor health and excess stress are the two most common answers. Read More

What’s Better for the Aging Brain – Brain Games or the Game of Life?
5 years ago

What’s Better for the Aging Brain – Brain Games or the Game of Life?

Like many women over 60, one of my biggest goals is to keep my brain in great shape so that I can enjoy everything that life offers in the decades to come. While I occasionally do something stupid, like leave my keys in the freezer, for the most part, I think that I’m doing a pretty good job. I get plenty of exercise, write for several hours a day and even try to keep up on the latest research on the aging brain. Read More