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Exploring the Causes and Consequences of Emotional Eating

By Marion Holt April 11, 2024

Emotional eating is a complex behavior that involves using food as a means to cope with emotional distress or seek comfort. It can have profound effects on both our physical and emotional well-being. Understanding the causes and consequences…

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How to Rock Your Own Fabulous Authentic Style at 60 and Beyond

By Astrid Longhurst April 07, 2024

I am not a pear, an apple, a triangle, a square, a peach, a carrot or any other vegetable, fruit or shape used to describe my body! I am a 64-year-old woman with a passion for clothes, a wild heart and a desire to live out loud and feel fabulous!

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How to Best Nourish Your Mind: Nutrition and Mental Health in Women Over 60

By Joan Senio April 06, 2024

It’s no secret that what we eat has a direct impact on our overall health and well-being throughout our lives. Healthy choices help our bodies to function well, and also help us to fight disease. What is less well known? What we eat becomes…

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Why Are Older People Drinking More?

By Janet Gourand April 01, 2024

Alcohol use among senior citizens is on the rise. Although historically older adults were less likely to drink than younger adults, recent studies show that older adults are now drinking more frequently and in larger quantities than in the past…

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How to Expand and Grow Your Social Circle

By Tammi Kaeberlein March 30, 2024

Everyone needs a supportive circle of friends, right? They bring new opportunities, emotional support (sometimes in the form of freshly baked brownies), and improve one’s everyday quality of life. Finding or growing your social circle can be a challenge…

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March Is the Month for Long Shots in Dating

By Andrea McGinty March 26, 2024

I’m a sports fan – I hit Spring Training on Sunday in Florida with the Red Sox and Yankees and watched my team wipe out the opponent. And now I’m caught up in March Madness and was glued to multiple channels a few nights ago…

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Is There a Different Way to Look at Red Flags?

By Michele Burghardt March 23, 2024

It’s no secret that women over 60 have extremely high standards as they experience the dating scene. You are smart, independent, and savvy and don’t want to settle for anything less than you already have. You’ve built a beautiful life for yourself…

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My Husband Told Me to Find Another Partner… and to Watch Out for My Money!

By Kathleen M. Rehl March 19, 2024

“Find someone to travel through life with after I’m gone.” That was my husband’s advice before he died 17 years ago. “You have so much love to give. Don’t stay alone forever.” Then he added a most important recommendation…

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Nurturing Sisterhood After 60: Celebrating, Connecting, and Supporting Each Other

By Deborah Voll March 16, 2024

In a world where relationships are often measured by digital connections, the strength of bonds formed by women after the age of 60 is nothing short of inspiring. Beyond the confines of societal expectations and stereotypes, women find solace…

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8 Steps for Decluttering Your Mind

By Joanie Marx March 15, 2024

Spring cleaning has been viewed as a tradition and ritual for thousands of years, with the earliest roots found in Jewish, Middle Eastern and Chinese cultures. For these cultures, and now here in the United States, spring cleaning corresponds…

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