We all know the feeling. January rolls around and we find ourselves struggling to fit into our favorite pair of pants. So, we sigh and make our New Year’s resolutions. This year is going to be the year that we finally get our act together and lose a little weight.
Well, there’s no way around it – if you love music, like so many women in our community do, this has been a tough week!
Neil Diamond fans woke up to tragic news this morning. A few hours ago, the singer/song-writer, who is an absolute treasure to our generation, announced that he has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. As a result, he will no longer be doing any touring, although he will continue to write and take part in other projects, where possible.
From his time with Argent, a rock band that he founded with Rod Argent, to his 18-year run with The Kinks and, finally, his time with The Zombies, music legend Jim Rodford inspired and entertained.
There is something profoundly tragic about someone who has dedicated his entire life to making the world better through his music losing his hearing. But, this is exactly what is happening in the case of Eric Clapton.
On the surface, Liam Neeson’s new film, The Commuter, is a nail-biting thriller, filled with dark mysteries, suspenseful moments and plenty of action. But, if you dig a little bit deeper, it is about much more than that.
Thousands of women in the Sixty and Me community are the primary caregivers for one or more family members. These women, along with millions of other Americans, according to AARP, provide 37-billion (that billion, with a B) hours of unpaid help for their loved ones.
At Sixty and Me, we always try to take a neutral position on all political issues. We didn’t support a candidate in the last election and we don’t see ourselves doing so in the future.
To say that the recently passed tax law was controversial would be an understatement. As has become a pattern in Washington over the last few years, the new tax law was passed along party lines.
Being a nurse takes a special kind of person. You need to be able to empathize with other people’s needs.