When I was a young boy, my parents took my brother and I on a vacation. I was pretty little, so I don’t remember much about the trip. I know we traveled on an airplane, but I have no recollection of where we went, what we did…
When Notre Dame was severely damaged by a massive fire recently, all the world mourned. In one sense, it ‘belonged’ solely to Paris or, perhaps, to France. But in another sense, it belonged to all of us…
The women in our Sixty and Me community have lived six fabulous decades. We have experienced challenges in each chapter of our lives and we have lived through some of the most dramatic times in the history of the world. Most of us have achieved great things as mothers, workers, friends, wives and members of society.
Over a year ago, I was going to come out of the closet about my age at a talk I was giving. I had just had a birthday though, and someone beat me to it by putting it on Facebook. I had just turned 77.
One of my biggest frustrations with managing a community of over 500,000 boomer women is having to listen to all of the aging myths and stereotypes out there.
By now, you have probably heard about our Sixty and Me gentle yoga and chair yoga videos. Perhaps a friend told you how they have helped her to get rid of her everyday aches and pains, while finding more energy. Or, maybe you simply went to Google and found our videos in the search results.
Over the last few years, Sixty and Me has become more than just a website. It is now an active community of more than 100,000 dynamic older women who are dedicated to getting the most from life after 60. Every day, we engage in conversations and support each other. I am so proud to be on this journey with you!
From getting in better shape and learning to give yourself a massage to starting a business and learning to work with people from other generations, our guest posts have something for everyone. I hope that you take the time to visit the websites of each of these amazing bloggers. They all have something important to say about getting the most from life after 60…