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5 Things to Declutter from Your Wardrobe Today!
2 weeks ago

5 Things to Declutter from Your Wardrobe Today!

If your wardrobes are bursting at the seams, but you still find you have nothing to wear, you’re not alone. It’s time to get ruthless and be honest with yourself. Here are 5 things taking up valuable space in your wardrobe…
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Hippie Trends That Are Back! Can Women Over 60 Wear Them?
2 weeks ago

Hippie Trends That Are Back! Can Women Over 60 Wear Them?

In fashion this year we are seeing a return to some of the hippie trends of our past. Maybe after all the restrictions and shutdowns and social turmoil, we’re longing for the freedom and hope we felt in the 60s that was reflected…
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How to Avoid Fitting Issues When Ordering Clothing Online
3 weeks ago

How to Avoid Fitting Issues When Ordering Clothing Online

This global pandemic has caused many of us to reevaluate how we do things – including shopping. We order our groceries and utilize curbside, order takeout food instead of dining in, and all forms of online shopping (including clothing)…
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Top 4 Eyebrow Things We Can Do to Look Our Best Beyond 50! (VIDEO)
3 weeks ago

Top 4 Eyebrow Things We Can Do to Look Our Best Beyond 50! (VIDEO)

Eyebrows are one of the most important – but also the most underappreciated – features on our face. They just don’t get the credit they deserve for their ability to truly transform our face…
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Health and Fitness | Read About Healthy Aging, Losing Weight, Sleep and More!

Social Media, Emotional Residue, and Friendships
4 days ago

Social Media, Emotional Residue, and Friendships

If you Google emotional residue it talks about the scientific study of how strong emotions in a space can be detected by others even after the person feeling the emotion is no longer there. The whole concept of “bad vibes” appears…
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Easy Dinner Recipes That Can Last a Second or Third Day
4 days ago

Easy Dinner Recipes That Can Last a Second or Third Day

A favorite issue among retirees today is the difficulty of cooking for just two people. For the most part, I find it easy to cook for two, maybe because my husband is a big eater. He is not fat though – I just serve a ton of veggies…
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How Solo People Cope in Isolation
1 week ago

How Solo People Cope in Isolation

Learning to live in isolation is something many of us have had to do in the past few months. Some have coped better than others but for us all, it’s a challenge. Many people, women in particular, had already learned how to live…
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When Injury Strikes After 60, Will You Give Up or Get Going?
1 week ago

When Injury Strikes After 60, Will You Give Up or Get Going?

My knee hurts. I don’t know what awkward dance move I made to stress the darn thing, but the bottom line is – it hurts. As I tape it up before going to sleep, I grumble about it, which, of course, does no good whatsoever…
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Senior Dating | Read About Mature Dating, Sexuality, Online Dating and More!

Menopause and Dating? Are These Concepts Even Compatible?
2 months ago

Menopause and Dating? Are These Concepts Even Compatible?

By  •  Dating

Hot flushes, mood swings, creeping spare tires around the midriff – we are all familiar with the big M and its effects on us as we hit ‘that’ age. Few women sail through menopause with ease, and some of us have an exceedingly difficult time of it…
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Dating After 60: In Praise of the Third Dimension
3 months ago

Dating After 60: In Praise of the Third Dimension

By  •  Dating

I’m late to the online dating party. I joined a grief group after my husband died and over the years it evolved into a bunch of friends with one sad thing in common but a lot of other fun and interesting things to discuss. They pushed me…
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The Top 5 Best Dating Sites for Seniors
4 months ago

The Top 5 Best Dating Sites for Seniors

We all seek love and connection. It’s a natural human trait to want to bond and share with others. Are you single and ready to mingle? Are you divorced or widowed and ready to hit the dating arena to give love another try?
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The Ultimate Guide to Diving into Dating After 60
4 months ago

The Ultimate Guide to Diving into Dating After 60

If you believe that dating in your 60s is impossible, this article is for you. Just because you are getting older doesn’t mean that you can’t find a partner. Growing older is not for the faint-hearted, but that being said, it’s also a privilege many are denied on a daily basis. Read More

Travel and Cruises | Read About Solo Travel, Senior Travel, Cruises, Insurance and More!

Skipping Across the Great Lakes on a Skip-Gen Trip
2 months ago

Skipping Across the Great Lakes on a Skip-Gen Trip

By  •  Travel

This past summer I had a marvelous trip to Prince Edward Island, Canada, planned with my 12-year-old granddaughter – which COVID totally torpedoed, of course. As I worked my way through Plans B, C, and D, all the time…
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How Saving During Lockdown Now Can Give You a Better Travel Experience Later
3 months ago

How Saving During Lockdown Now Can Give You a Better Travel Experience Later

Seeing none of us has been able to travel this year, have you created a travel budget for next year? When you look at it, next year’s travel could be one of the biggest travel experiences you may have, but only if the borders are open…
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How Literature Can Help You Prepare for Your Next Holiday
3 months ago

How Literature Can Help You Prepare for Your Next Holiday

By  •  Travel

We’re all feeling a little hemmed in right now; not sure where to turn or how we can plan for the future. For some of us, these may be the retirement years in which we planned to travel extensively; while for those of us who…
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5 Tips for Skip-Gen Travel in the Age of Covid-19
4 months ago

5 Tips for Skip-Gen Travel in the Age of Covid-19

By  •  Travel

Perhaps you are a “newbie” to skip-gen travel, and this was the summer you planned to take that first special trip with your grandchild. Or perhaps you are a seasoned skip-gen traveler and were looking forward to another great trip…
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Retirement and Money | Read About Retirement, Making Money, Encore Careers and More!

4 Tips for Having Financial Conversations with Your Aging Parents (#3 is So Important!)
2 weeks ago

4 Tips for Having Financial Conversations with Your Aging Parents (#3 is So Important!)

My aging parents are both over 80. They live in their own home and are managing their day-to-day activities and financial affairs with admirable fervor and zest. I see them every few months, and we talk regularly on the phone. They acknowledge…
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60 Creative Ways to Make Money in Retirement
2 weeks ago

60 Creative Ways to Make Money in Retirement

A few weeks ago, I asked the women in our community how they make money in retirement. So, today, I’d like to share 60 creative ways that we have found to make money in retirement. I hope that you find them useful…
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SPONSORED: Turning Retirement Savings into a Retirement Paycheck
4 weeks ago

SPONSORED: Turning Retirement Savings into a Retirement Paycheck

Like so many women in our Sixty and Me community, the landscape of my life is continually shifting. I spent 40 years working full time in the technology business while raising my two boys and balancing life and work. I retired from…
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Are You Being SMART? 4 Tips for Setting Your Financial Goals After 60
4 weeks ago

Are You Being SMART? 4 Tips for Setting Your Financial Goals After 60

Historically speaking, your financial adviser’s job has always been to help you reach your financial goals. If you wanted to retire, travel or buy that vacation home, you were only to set your goal, and your adviser would tell you how to get there…
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Life After 60 | Read About Grandchildren, Marriage, Divorce and More!

How to Get Your House and Yard Ready for Winter Season
1 week ago

How to Get Your House and Yard Ready for Winter Season

The cold days of winter are ahead of us. It won’t take long before the seasons completely change. This is when you should prepare your house and yard for the upcoming winter and help them wait for the spring looking their best…
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Keep Your Memories Safe: How Cloud Services Could Save Your Bacon in a Disaster
1 week ago

Keep Your Memories Safe: How Cloud Services Could Save Your Bacon in a Disaster

Half a year after the Napa and Sonoma wildfires from a couple years ago, NBC Bay Area reported on the plight of a homeowner locked in a dispute with one specific insurer. Thinking they were on to something, they partnered with Telemundo 48…
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The Sixty and Me “Finish the Story” Game
1 week ago

The Sixty and Me “Finish the Story” Game

By  •  Lifestyle

Welcome to the Sixty and Me Finish the Story Game. You probably know how this game goes. One person starts telling a story by providing a couple of sentences to set it up. Each subsequent participant then adds to the story, until it is successfully…
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The Art of Writing Creative Eulogies
1 week ago

The Art of Writing Creative Eulogies

By  •  Lifestyle

The holiday season is often marked by the loss of loved ones, so it’s a good idea to be prepared for the inevitable. I am a well-published writer, so it seems that when a close friend or family member dies, I’m asked to write the eulogy.
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Mindset and Inspiration | Read About Happiness, Gratitude, Nostalgia, Getting Older and More!

How to Celebrate the Holidays When You’re Grieving (VIDEO)
3 days ago

How to Celebrate the Holidays When You’re Grieving (VIDEO)

The Christmas displays go up, holiday music fills the air. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere you go. Except at your house. Because when you’re grieving, the holidays can hurt…
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How to Use Change for Positive Growth in Your Art and Life After 60
5 days ago

How to Use Change for Positive Growth in Your Art and Life After 60

By  •  Mindset

They say that there are three chronic types of fear: the fear of failure, fear of success and fear of change. Which one do you relate to? Studies suggest that the greatest fear out of these three is the fear of change. I have to agree based on…
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How People and Pets We Cherish Build an Exquisite Bridge of Life
6 days ago

How People and Pets We Cherish Build an Exquisite Bridge of Life

By  •  Mindset

Our friends, pets and family links are like a beautiful rope bridge that supports us as we wobble across the chasm of life. When we are young, we often run along that bridge not looking over the edge, just heading for the opposite bank…
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No Choice – We Must Keep Going!
6 days ago

No Choice – We Must Keep Going!

Life has been extremely challenging. Along with everyday stresses, Covid has put many people over the top during 2020. Disturbingly, no end to this pandemic seems to be in sight. Vaccines are not far off, yet the numbers are on the rise…
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